Workshop: Colour association with Amy Schleif
12:30pm - 3:30pm
Where: Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, corner of Vulcan and Campbell streets, Moruya.
Learn how colour can be used to describe emotions and communicate just as effectively as language in this intriguing workshop with Amy.
Join Amy, a renowned expert in colour theory, as she shares her insights on how to effectively use colours to evoke emotions, create harmonious palettes, and make impactful design choices.
You'll have the opportunity to participate in hands-on exercises, experiment with colour combinations, and gain practical knowledge that you can apply to your own projects.
In this workshop, participants will:
- delve into what each colour on the colour wheel can communicate
- explore their own personal association with colour through exercises
- complete a painting imparting a specific emotion.
This workshop is perfect for anyone interested in understanding the psychology and symbolism behind colours, whether you're an artist, designer, or simply curious about the impact of colours on our daily lives.
Saturday Sessions at the Bas are open to adult residents and visitors interested in immersing themselves in a fun and hands-on class. Participants can learn artistic techniques taught by some of Eurobodalla’s most talented artists. No previous experience is necessary.
About your presenter
Amy Schleif has lived in the Eurobodalla for 13 years. She has a Bachelor of Fine Art in painting and drawing from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and received her Master of Visual Arts from the Australian National University Glass Workshop.
Amy makes multi-media work using painting and glass, framed with found timber windows and has proudly exhibited work domestically and internationally for over two decades. She also has extensive short course teaching experience at the Australian National University, Canberra Glassworks and in the US.
Bookings required by Wednesday 10 April 2024, 4pm
For more information contact Creative Arts Officer, Sue Blackburn:
- T: 4474 7355
- E: Sue Blackburn
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More workshops hosted by the Bas
This workshop is part of the Bas' Saturday sessions, held on the second Saturday of the month.