Soon it will be back to school, which is good news: Bernard Gilbert is a painter and teacher in Namur (Belgium). Amateurs of all ages… Read More »Bernard Gilbert: Teaching Chromatic Research
Sending greetings to family and friends has always seemed like a nice tradition to me. I enjoy writing them as much as I enjoy receiving… Read More »Challenge #5 Create a greeting card and learn about the Korean color system
Aren’t light fluctuations wonderful? Seeing it glisten on the water, transforming itself as the day goes by, intensifying in the mountains, piercing the fog, filtering… Read More »Challenge #6 Capturing Light Fluctuations
If you like colors, you will be tempted to combine them in numbers, whether to decorate your living room or to make a canvas. Or else, you will not know where to start, and, for fear of making a mistake in taste, you will stay with blacks, greys and whites, in short, with neutral colors.
In the first case, you would take too many risks, because the more different shades there are, the more difficult it is to manage their interactions. In the second case, you wouldn’t dare enough, you would remain in the comfort of neutrality.
The solution is to start with a limited palette and explore all the harmonies it offers; this is the purpose of this third challenge.
You now know the GORC recipe: Getting inspired-Observe-Reproduce-Create.Read More »Challenge #3 Explore a limited palette
In this new challenge, we shall learn the technique of chiaroscuro. But what is chiaroscuro? When using such a technique? Lest us Get inspired by… Read More »Challenge #2: Getting started in chiaroscuro