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Harmonizing with Analogous Colors–DVD

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In Harmonizing with Analogous Colors, Dianne shows how to select a palette of analogous colors that can be used to transpose the color scheme of the subject while harmonizing otherwise opposing colors.  This method adds a new option for tuning a painting to make it harmonious while keeping the essential expression of the content.

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Series 6:  Decoding Harmony

S6 L4  Harmonizing with Analogous Colors-DVD

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In this lesson, S6L4 Harmonizing with Analogous Colors of  DECODING HARMONY,   Dianne shows how to select a palette of analogous colors that can be used to transpose the color scheme of the subject while harmonizing otherwise opposing colors.  Using a hen in grass for reference, she takes you step by step into finding the analogous palette for the local colors, then using those colors to create harmony within the study. .

 Using analgous colors as a way of transposing for creating harmony is one of the many methods available to the visual artist.   These Decoding Harmony lessons are designed to introduce to you new options with the hope of opening up for you new doors of creative possibilities.  Just as a guitarist can discover ways other than strumming to find music in the instrument, the painter can find infinite alternatives once the palette becomes a place of experimenting with new options.  Although many of today’s forefront painters understand  this principle, painter Margaret Kessler has one of the clearest handles on how to use it.  One example is her painting “The Steel Harp”.  You can also see examples of how Dianne has used this method in her paintings, “Soque at Pitts Park” and “Lady In Waiting” 

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