The Forgotten Secrets of Color Control: An Introduction to Fletcher’s Color Wheel
THUMONTmd. , June 20, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Barnstone Studios today announced its new live online course, The Forgotten Secrets of Color Control: An Introduction to Fletcher’s Color Wheel, delivered through the revolutionary art education platform in line, Terracotta (http://www.goterracotta.org).
This new offering of the basic Barnstone Method courses tackles the challenges of choosing the right palette and mixing colors head-on, by diving into the Fletcher color control approach, which was both widely used and taught in 1800s and early 1900s, but broke down. use for decades. master artist Myron Barstone rediscovered these techniques of using a cleverly designed palette to:
- identify the exact colors desired
- be able to match and reproduce these colors accurately
- ensuring all colors match across all work created
The Fletcher Color System, taught by Barnstone Master Guide Sarah Gayle, demonstrates the practical application of using a limited palette that is also surprisingly flexible and unrestricted. Using this varied triad approach allows:
- limitations for color selection and use
- a visual diagram for clarity and reproducible results
- an excellent and high-quality color palette
- colors that always harmonize and do not contradict each other
“Myron always said: learn to mix your paint slowly, so you can paint quickly,” explains the instructor. Sarah Gayle. “Barnstone’s approach to mastering color control using the Fletcher system is precise and elegant: Compared to the precision of music creation, this structured approach to creating your color palette allows artists to tune their instrument of color when creating their artistic composition. . It is a color system that is useful to figurative and abstract painters alike.”
For more information on the introduction of the new Barnstone Fletcher Color Control method on Terracotta, please visit https://goterracotta.org/workshop/the-forgotten-secrets-of-color-control-fletcher-color-wheel-introduction?scroll=classes
For additional questions, please contact Cat Barnstone at [email protected]m or call 301.788.6241.
To learn more about Myron Barstone and the Barnstone method, please visit our website here: https://www.barnstonestudios.com/
About Barnstone Studios:
Barnstone Studios, located at 202 A East Main Street, Thurmont, Maryland, is dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the fine arts and making classic, studio-style art education accessible to all who wish to develop their talent and enrich their lives. Additional information on Barnstone Method courses, the Barnstone Patreon program, the Gwendolyn Stine Fellowship program, private coaching from Barnstone Master Guides, original works or limited edition prints and other related products are available online on http://www.BarnstoneStudios.comor by calling 301.788.6241.
Terracotta (http://www.goterracotta.org) was started by art students to solve the problems faced by so many people: to find and learn from masters around the world, and to do so in a way that focuses on the art, with technology serving as the catalyst for great experiences, not an obstacle to them. Terracotta’s high caliber instructors are by invitation only and represent a diverse and curated selection of the world’s finest art educators who teach a range of methods, perspectives and techniques, providing art students with a comprehensive education. The platform was designed from the ground up for digital art education, creating a virtual studio to enable immersive learning, accessible globally to deliver the highest quality art education directly to the home of every student.
Cat Barnstone Szafran, Barnstone Studios, 301.788.6241, [email protected]
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