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monochromatic color

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Allie Robbins

on 18 October 2013

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Transcript of monochromatic color

Monochromatic Color Scheme
Only ONE color...or all the shades of that one color
Mono= One
Chromatic= color
When you choose one color, you can use all the shades of that one color, from darkest to lightest.
Artists use monochromatic color schemes to create a mood or tell us something about their work.
Claude Monet, "Venice" 1908
Sandy Skoglund, "Fox Games"
Artists sometimes will go through phases where they only use one type of color for every painting....Like Pablo Picasso did during his "Blue Period".
Neutral colors add depth and variety to monochromatic color schemes.
Georgia O'Keefe used monochromatic color schemes to fill the entire canvas and make us understand a flower from a bug's point of view.
Picasso blue period was influenced by the suicide of his friend Carlos Casagemas
1st step
Finished
2nd step
fast drying paint containing pigment suspension in acrylic polymer emulsion
Last step
Start
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
Create a monochromatic painting using
Acrylic Paints
Find a picture to work with:
*Any subject matter
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Real Life Photo
No Artists Renderings
*Practice Drawing of Image in Art Journal
*Choose a Color to work with
*Draw an Outline drawing
Start painting
Critique Works
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