Tuesday, November 16, 2010

A painting and color study.

Here is something I had to work on for school  I really had a lot of fun with this.  I actually used my Quickutz Revolution to cut the shapes.  Then I cut the patterns 3 times and painted each section of the board with a different theory of color.  Panel 1 is Monochromatic, 2 is Analogous, and 3 is Triadic.  What an enjoyable way to work through color theory, and a good result!  The panel sections are 6 x 6 mounted on board, and painted on Bristol.


  1. Hi Kristen 8-)
    These are totally AWESOME!!! Love the way the circles make the colors just flow together so beautifully!!

  2. Kristen,

    I think this looks so fun. It looks like you are enjoying your studies.


  3. So it's not so bad going back to school after all? I love your project and you got to use your crafting supplies. Way to go.


  4. This is so cool, makes me want to study color too! Proud of you girl! ~Diane

  5. this would be great on a card or layout also. I love this very much.


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