Saturday, October 8, 2016
IMPROV, Day 1
Lesson 6, improvisational painting. Maximal variety, this time in color. Let your visual imagination wander around, looking at the trees, not the forest. Variety can come from color value, saturation, hue; geometric shapes, organic shapes; hard, ragged, soft, and broken edges; small, large, dense, and sparse pattern; differing qualities of line; transparent and opaque layering; painting; drawing with pen, graphite, and crayon; using sgraffito technique; using a brayer; stamping; lifting paint; stenciling; removing paint with alcohol; and/or whatever else your little improvisational mind comes up with.