Wednesday, October 5, 2022

A delightful way to boost creativity is by indulging in new courses that take your learning to the next level. Is there anything that we, as artists, love more than color? 

Do you have a color “strategy” before you start a painting,
or do you simply hope the color will work out in the end?

Are you tired of re-working your color endlessly, only to end up with muddy colors?  Have you ever wished you had more freedom with color? Do you just paint the colors you see? Would you like to learn how to think more strategically about color choices before you apply paint to canvas? If you have answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may be interested in this new online workshop...


This online format will be offered in addition to my traditional in-person workshops. It is the perfect solution for those who are not able to travel or would prefer to take a workshop at their own pace, in their own space without the hassle and cost of travel. No need to adhere to a rigid schedule - watch and learn when time allows.

 

Learn to take any subject and make it exciting - thru color!

 


  

Patti Mollica, author of “Color Theory, an Essential Guide to Color” will be teaching the strategy behind working with color and pushing color choices to the next level. If you are ready to embark upon a new level of color exploration, don’t miss this chance to learn how to break "color boundaries."


"This workshop has spurred me on to try things I've never even dreamt of before!"  Laura P.


Thank you, Patti! This class had rekindled my love for painting and has given me tools to practice with and improve my work - Stacey L.


"This class was a joy and immensely instructive! Thank you!!"  - Tina R.



Click Here for workshop details 



Learn to work in color schemes



If you are ready to push your color choices into a world that is more inventive, contemporary, and personally expressive, you'll love my  online course, Color Choices: From Boring To Brilliant. I will share with you all the tools, tricks and strategies that I have explored over the years, which have helped me be more imaginative, playful - and strategic - with color!


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