Since color is the first thing you see before texture, pattern, surface or content, what does color say about your work? The 4 dimensions of color are:
Temperature Hue: Another name for color, the first dimension of color
Value: The lightness or darkness of a color
Intensity, Saturation, or Chroma: The third dimension of color is the purity of a hue.
Pure hue is the most intense form of a color
Jackson Pollock Exhibition through May 1 Looking at this Jackson Pollock oil painting, one can easily see that he drew inspiration from Henri Matisse...the bright colors, linear vertical forms, use of black as color, and the confluence between figuration and abstraction. While reading the plaque at MoMA, it states that Pollock had been inspired by a retrospective of Matisse's work that Pollock would have seen at MoMA the previous year... A Colour Master inspires the drip Mast
Check out this video that was previously aired on Verizon FIOS in january to get a better understanding of my work! Video is by Greg Blank. click to go to the site #fios #vanloengallery #exhibition #feature #news
GENERATING IDEAS Frozen...not in the creative moment? Lets move forward, TOGETHER! Looking back, it had been years that I had the desire to doodle and paint. This being after I left a (now looking back) very prestigious career as a Graphic Designer. I worked at Merrill lynch as a corporate designer, Estee lauder as a promotional specialist (yes, met the woman behind the name!) and at large agencies for accounts such as Saab, Weight Watchers, Luxotica, MasterCard, and more. Ye