Drawing & Printmaking Painting adults Courses

Colour Theory In Practice

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Do you really understand colour? Did you know that everything you look at -  artwork, fashion, interiors, gardens and buildings – all have colour theory behind them. Colour relationships, colour matching, colour schemes, colour mixing – you use it in everyday life and may not be aware of it. This course is designed to explore colour, whether it is for your curiosity, for a project, or your own art practice. Learn the fundamentals of colour, why colours are used, their origin, how to mix colours correctly and in turn how to make colours sit together to create a visual treat for the eyes. Using practical exercises and fun projects delve deep into the world of colour in this exciting new course.

What to bring:-

  • Matisse Structure Acrylic Tubes - Alazarine Crimson, Quinacradone Magenta, Yellow Light, Cad Yellow Mid, Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue, Cerulean Blue

  • A4 Canvas Pad 

  • Paint palette 

  • Pencil

  • Ruler

  • Small range of brushes: 2 x - ea AKRILIK # size 2 brushes filbert, & round

  • 1 x smooth white tile for mixing paint

  • Cleaning jar 

  • Rags

COVID

Please note, COVID restrictions may apply at the time of this course. By enrolling, you agree to abide by the restrictions at all times while onsite. Please visit the COVID Safe page on our website to read the most up to date information, or visit wa.gov.au.

Wheel chair symbolBuilding Access:

FAC is a heritage listed building with access limitations. If you have any special access requirements please contact reception on 9432 9555 before enrolling in a course.

Students with Special Requirements:

If you or the person you are wishing to enroll has special requirements, please contact Reception on 9432 9555 or email [email protected] to discuss suitability and how we can help.

Tutor Sean Wain

Sean Wain has been teaching drawing and painting since 1986. He first exhibited at the FAC in 1993 with oil and watercolour paintings, exploring pattern, colour and architectural space.

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