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Wednesdays: May 15, 22 and 29th 4-7pm
You will be immersing yourself in the wonderful world of color, using three different hues each of yellow, red and blue to mix primary/secondary scales with Golden Acrylic Paint. The rich array of color mixtures will open up the range of options available for you the next time you lift the lid of your paint box! These are excellent reference guides to use in your studio. Caution: color addiction possible!
Beyond the initial act of mixing colors, the color mixture grids you’ll create will be a very useful reference tool for when you are painting; for making comparisons or remembering the mixture “recipes”.
There are 27 primary/secondary scale grids using Titanate Yellow, Hansa Yellow Opaque, Diarylide Yellow, Cobalt Blue, Anthraquione Blue, Phthalocyainne Blue Green Shade, Pyrrole Red Light, Primary Magenta, Quinacridone Violet; these are the only colors needed for this exercise. Paint for shared use is included in this class.
About the Instructor:
Carl Oltvedt has recently relocated to Minneapolis following his retirement from teaching at Minnesota State University, Moorhead, where he was a Professor in the School of Visual Arts for thirty-two years. During that time, he was the head of the Drawing program and also taught painting and watercolor courses. He has been a visiting artist at regional schools, as well as at the Glasgow School of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Scotland. He is currently represented by Groveland Gallery in Minneapolis, where he has been exhibiting his work since 1978, and, more recently, Ecce Gallery in Fargo, ND. Previously, he has been represented by galleries in Chicago, Detroit and San Francisco. Additionally, his work is included in numerous public, corporate and private collections including the Honolulu Academy of Arts, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Minnesota Historical Society, the North Dakota Museum of Art, the Rourke Art Museum, and the Plains Art Museum. He received Minnesota State Arts Board awards in 1991 and 2014, and a Lake Region Arts Council/McKnight Fellowship in 2002.
Artist website: www.carloltvedt.com