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Onward to New Challenges – Guest Blogger: Judy Roloson

October 31, 2012

Studies in Art and Design – Level 3– Class Name: Wintergreen  

Exhibition

These last two years have put a solid foundation under my endeavors in at least three ways.  The study of color has always been a favorite area of interest to me and we’ve developed the ability to use all manner of color variations in our work. The study of composition has helped me learn to build compatible positive and negative spaces, use scale, and juxtapose color and texture. The third way this course has given me a good foundation is the discernment and encouragement that Gail offers each of us.  Her ability to take students at their skill levels and bring them onward is amazing.  We learn to be more objective about our work; we can look at what we did early in the course, critique it, and either improve it or just move onward to new challenges.

Judy –

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. October 31, 2012 5:24 pm

    Your organic patterns and color schemes are wonderful!

  2. Penny Peters permalink
    October 31, 2012 8:25 pm

    Congratulation on your design work. What’s next for you? Penny

  3. Laurel Summers permalink
    November 6, 2012 2:43 am

    I am SO impressed with your work. Your contrasting colors are beautifully designed and the shapes you have used “fit” the compositions so well. The balance of curves with angularity, dark rich color against glowing shades, and the variety of textures used and suggested makes each piece sing. Thanks for sharing the song!

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