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  • A drawing project exploring the expressive qualities of line. Click


  • A painting project exploring the expressive qualities of colour. Click


  • A drawing project exploring the best ways of to arrange all the Art Elements within a picture to create a strong composition. Click

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  • An inspirational teacher, artist, author and poet. Author of The Creative Eye. Heather’s website. Click

  • Cass Art Manchester is located in the northern quarter. The shop includes an Art Space designed especially for local artists to use free of charge for workshops and exhibitions. For enquiries about using the Art Space please contact manchesterartspace@cassart.co.uk.

    The UK’s leading art materials supplier, Cass Art stocks the world’s best art brands at the most affordable prices – ask in-store about their Price Guarantee. The staff are all artists and can provide friendly, expert advice on all the creative materials you’ll need!

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2 Comments

  1. Colette Fielding
    29 September 2015 @ 3:25 pm

    Hi
    Sorry I should have asked you this question when you gave us the homework but I’m not sure what you mean by ‘related grays or ‘composition studies’
    Many thanks for your help with this
    Colette

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    • artfulantics
      29 September 2015 @ 7:39 pm

      Hi Colette

      Step 2 of the project mentions “Related Grey (Complimentary colours mixed together in different quantities)”. So a ‘related grey’ colour is any colour that results from a mix of 2 complimentary colours, for example a red+green or yellow+purple. When colours are mixed in this way they usually result in some beautiful subtle colours with a distinctive grey feel about them.

      The “composition studies” are the little colour studies you started making in class.

      I hope this helps. I look forward to seeing the results of whatever extra work you have managed to complete at home. See you tomorrow evening.
      Brian

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