with Nita Leland
|Of all the means of expression available to fiber artists, color and texture have the greatest impact. The special problems relating to contrasts in color and texture are the focus of this workshop. You'll learn color principles used as a basis for creative work in fibers: properties of color, effects of color contrast and development of color schemes, along with how to improve the design quality of your fiber art. Nita Leland is the author of Exploring Color, Confident Color, and The New Creative Artist, as well as the designer and manufacturer of the Nita Leland Color Scheme Selector.
This workshop can be done in yarn, fabric or fiber, weaving, knitting and quilting.
If you wish, you may use Prismacolor colored pencils, watercolor pencils or crayons, watercolors, markers, or acrylic paints in all spectral and earth colors, including some you might not normally use. You'll want to try as many combinations as possible.
If you work in watermedia, you will also need:
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