Color Theory with Georgia June Goldberg
New Instructor: Georgia June Goldberg
9 weeks: October 15–December 10, 2019
Tuesdays, 10 am –1 pm
Cost $250 Members, $300 Non-members
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Color is magic; the most malleable, deceiving, and seductive tool of the artist. In this class the student will explore the exciting interaction of colors. The color wheel and theories are not enough—our perception of any color can be changed by its proximity to another. Color is best understood through experience and in this class, the student will approach color with open eyes, using experimental exercises designed by Josef Albers (Bauhaus and Yale). The class emphasizes developing your observation, use, and feeling of the relationships between colors. Because of the abstract and subjective nature of color, this lively and engaging class is useful to all artists, designers, and, in general, the curious.
Georgia June Goldberg is an artist and architect. She studied art at Yale College. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States and is in the collection of the US Embassy in Sarajevo, among others. She comes to the Museum from teaching Color Theory and Architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she has a studio. Her installations and drawings collaborate with natural phenomenon such as soil, wind, water, and light and the unexpected beauty of nature impels her work.