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Note: This class is currently FULL. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please call Customer Service at 800-367-9327.
Color is always a challenge! In this workshop, we will use food coloring to demystify how colors are mixed. While exploring color, students will learn how to select colors for any type of project. Students will leave this class with an increased confidence in selecting and using color.
Skill Level: All
Instructor: Gail Callahan
Date: Friday 2/15
Time: 1 - 5pm
Anything you use in this class can be reused in your kitchen.
- Gail Callahan’s Color Grid
- Watercolor paper at least 8.5 x 11”
- 2 Rolls of paper towels
- Newspaper or sheet of plastic (to protect work area)
- Q tips or brushes; to apply color to paper
- Measuring spoons and cups
- Several spoons for mixing colors
- 4 one-quart containers
- 24 shallow clear plastic cups, 8 oz
- Food coloring: red, yellow and blue. These can be found at grocery stores
- Pencil/ lead
- Ruler or straight edge tool
- Bucket or dishpan
- Gloves, if desired
- Glue, tape or staple
- Wool or wool blend worsted weight yarn, natural or light colored. Some students bring several light colored yarns to compare how they take color.
- An example of color to examine. It can be a postcard, magazine picture, or an actual project; one you like, or a disappointment.