Colour Simplified
by Leo Plaw

September 23th – 26th

(Fr)

6pm - 9pm

and

(Sa/Su/Mo)

9.30am - 4.30pm

 

Fee: 340€ (Early Bird: 310€)

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Description

Would you like better control over your colour palette?

One of solutions to colour complexity is working with a limited palette.

You will see how a large range of expression can be achieved with a small choice of colours to mix from.

It's not the size of your palette that counts, but how you use it.

By using the Zorn palette, you will learn how measure the amounts of colour to reach their desired target colour.

You will also discover that not all colours are created equal and how to adjust your mixes and feel more confident in your colour choices.

Upon completing the exercise, you will put into practice your new found knowledge to create a painting using a limited palette.

If time permits, more advanced students will be shown how to expand upon the Zorn palette and increase their choices of colour.

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about the Instructor:

Leo is an Australian self-taught artist in many creative fields.

He has had studios in Brisbane, Sydney, London, Berlin and Vienna and his work has been exhibited internationally. After a career in computer graphics, game and animation, he began immersing himself in oil painting.

In 2003, Leo left Australia and settled in Europe. In 2008 he travelled to Kyoto to exhibit with a Japanese art collective, with whom he exhibited in subsequent years in Paris. After a number of years in Berlin where he had a studio in the Atelierhaus Mengerzeile, he based his activities out of Vienna.

His artwork has been published in many books and magazines and resides in many private art collections. At international festivals such as Boom, Ozora and Earth Frequency, he has presented as a featured artist with lectures and workshops.

 

You can see some of Leo’s work on https://www.instagram.com/leoplaw/