Begining Painting and Color Theory
Learn all about color while learning how to paint! Students will learn about color theory and put it to use through quick exercises and observational painting assignments. This workshop will begin with an overview of color theory through direct painting exercises and then move to longer assignments that employ color theory knowledge into observational painting. Readings related to color theory will supplement class work. Students will leave with color theory knowledge and foundational painting skills. Great for beginners or those who want to refresh their memory. Enrollment is limited to 15 students.
Carrie Hott is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Oakland, CA. Her
studio practice entails work with a variety of media including painting, drawing,
installation, and printmaking. Current preoccupations include the study of the development of artificial light and multiple forms of blackouts. Through her practice, Hott works to find origins, connect tangents, and locate invisible histories. In addition to her material practice, she regularly completes related projects that include mixed media presentations, classes, tours, and various collaborative endeavors. In 2009, with artist Elizabeth Bernstein, Carrie Hott co-founded the Royal NoneSuch Gallery, in Oakland, CA, an alternative art and community event space and she currently works as the Program Manager for Artist Residencies and Classes at Kala Art Institute. Hott received her B.F.A from Arizona State University. In 2005 she moved to the bay area where she received her M.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2007. Recent exhibitions and projects have included an installation with San Francisco based Stairwell's and a keynote lecture and project for PLAND at ISEA 2012 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. www.carriehott.com