Tuesday, January 11, 2011
In this painting I am not using a limited palette, but still trying to apply the logic of Peggi's exercises having to do with warms and cools related to lights and darks. In the past I've mostly operated on the principle of "painting what I see", but to become more sophisticated in design, I think its necessary to understand and apply aesthetic logic. The interesting thing, of course, is that colors are relatively cooler or warmer in relationship to each other, so it is an exercise that both expands the mind and the process of seeing.
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