Learning to See Color -- Jeffrey Keith
Learning to See Color is a class for artists and non-artists alike of all ages who want to learn about how color works and to apply their new color skills for practical color use.
Color is the most powerful medium in visual art. Color constantly informs and influences our world in so many ways, physically, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. Learning to See Color introduces students to the principals underlying color interaction and how a practical understanding of how color works will enhance their lives.
Students work with paint and colored paper in simple, straightforward exercises through a systematic process designed to help students discover for themselves how color works and allow them to experiment with their new-found color skills harnessing the power of color for optimum advantage at whatever task they set.
Visual artist Jeffrey Keith has spent a lifetime learning how to harness the power of color. Jeffrey grew up on Cape Cod and attended CalArts and the Art Institute of San Francisco. He has been teaching color and color theory at the University of Denver School of Art and Art History for over twenty-five years. Jeffrey maintains a studio in North RiNo.
Second class: (I will help advise you on the first day about these new materials, listed below.)