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Color
light waves being reflected or absorbed by an object.
b. 3 dimensions of color:
i.Hue
iii.Value
ii. Intensity
The name of the color
The lightness or darkness of the color.
(mix white or black with the color.)
The brightness or dullness of a color.
(mix color complements)
a. Tint
b. Shade
The light value of a color.
The dark value of a color.
II.Color Spectrum
Bands of color that are formed when white light passes through a prism. Also, the full range of color.
The color spectrum bent into a circle.
a. Color Wheel
Pure color.
i.Primary Colors
ii. Secondary Colors
Made by mixing 2 primary colors .
iii. Tertiary Colors

Made by mixing 1 primary color
& 1 secondary color.
Intensity is changed by mixing complementary colors.
What is a Color Scheme?
A plan for organizing color.
iv. Warm Colors
v. Cool colors
d. Complementary
Colors
b.Monochromatic
Colors
c. Analogous Colors
e. Split-complementary
a. Triadic
opposite colors on the color wheel.
Tints and shades of 1 color.
Ex: R, Dark R, Light R (Pink)
remind you of hot things like the sun and fire.
Ex:
Y
,
R
,
O
remind you of cool things like leafy trees and water.
Ex:
V
,
B
,
G
3 Colors that sit next to each other on the color wheel and share a common hue.
Ex: Y+YG+G
3 colors that are equally spaced apart on the color wheel.
A color + the colors on both sides of its complement.
Ex: Y+RV+BV or
R+YG+BG
A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
A. Tint
B. Shade
A. Secondary Colors
B. Tertiary Colors
Name the color scheme used in each Nike Dunk.
1
2
3
4
5
Think. Pair. Share.
Choose the correct Color Scheme.
Write your answers on the back of your handout.
Exit Ticket
3 things you learned
2 things you are unsure of
1 question you have
G, Y-G, B-G
A. monochromatic
B. Analogous
C. Triad
D. Complementary

O , B
A. monochromatic
B. Analogous
C. Triad
D. Complementary
G, V, O
A. monochromatic
B. Analogous
C. Triad
D. Complementary
R, Pink
A. monochromatic
B. Analogous
C. Triad
D. Complementary
R, Y, B
A. monochromatic
B. Analogous
C. Triad
D. Complementary
Color the picture by choosing the complementary color for the fruit
Y
RO
B
YG
V
R
Complementary Colors
YG, GB, BV,
RV, OR, YO
Y, R, B
G, O, V

A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
A. Tertiary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
Ex: R&G , B&O , Y&V , YG&RV, BV&YO, RO&BG
Ex: Y+R+B or G+V+O or
BG+RV+YO or YG+RO+BV
(form an equilateral )
Split Comp. EX. CONT.
B+YO+RO or YG+R+V or
BG+O+R or BV+Y+O or
RV+Y+G or RO+G+B or
YO+B+V
monochromatic
cool colors
warm colors
complimentary
split-comp.
analogous
triadic
G
I. Where does color come from?
In a famous experiment over 300 years ago, Sir Isaac Newton demonstrated that color is a property of light. When a beam of light passes through a glass object, called a prism, the light divides into the seven colors of the rainbow. Each of these colors represents a different ray of light. All seven rays make up what is known as the
color spectrum
(fig. A)
.
Newton demonstrated that white light includes all of the spectrum colors. Newton created a color circle to show the spectrum, that we today call the
color wheel.

The average person thinks of color as belonging to objects. This is not true. Light is the real source of color. When white light strikes an apple, the apple looks red because it absorbs every color of light except red, which it reflects. A lemon absorbs all of the colors except yellow. When all light is absorbed, the result is black.


1. How did Isaac Newton's experiment demonstrate the existence of the color spectrum?
2. Explain how the human eye sees color.

EQ 2.1.2 Can you demonstrate an understanding of elements and principles of art?
EQ 6.2.1 Can you identify commonalities between art, and another academic area.

Objectives:
1. Describe where color comes from how color is seen by the human eye.
2. Describe the color spectrum.
3. Create a color wheel.
4. Classify colors according to their colors' placement on the wheel and temperature.




EQ 6.2.1 Can you identify commonalties between art, and another academic area.
1. In your own words, explain how science relates to color.

2. What colors are being absorbed by this banana?

3. How can secondary colors be made?

4. How can tertiary colors be made?


EQ 6.2.1 Can you identify commonalities between art, and another academic area.
EQ 2.1.2 Can you demonstrate an understanding of elements and principles of art?
THINK. PAIR. SHARE.
Classify the artworks according to
primary/secondary
or temperature
(warm
/
cool)
. Write your answers on your handout.
Think. Pair. Share.
Imagine you walk into a deep dark cave eating a red apple and your light goes out. Is the apple still red?
P
P
P
S
S
S
T
T
T
T
T
T
fig. A
Color Schemes
*neighbors
Why do artists use them?
To create visual harmony and order in their designs.
Exit Ticket!
BW #5 Wednesday, 11/9/16
Read the following passage and answer the questions in COMPLETE SENTENCES.
Exit Ticket

EQ 6.2.1 Can you identify commonalities between art, and another academic area.
EQ 2.1.2 Can you demonstrate an understanding of elements and principles of art?
EQ 2.1.2 Can you demonstrate an understanding of elements and principles of art?
10 sec. think time
1. Color Values
5. How is color measured?
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