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Explore foundational color theory in oil painting as artist Scott Gellatly defines three art movement color palettes and their characteristics.
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|Style||Impressionist, Realist, Expressionist|
Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. I used the Gamblin palettes for these paintings to explore what the individual colors do, how to move from tonal painting into using color without the use of black and then on to the Modern colors- color for color's sake. I used the same main subject-the hawk-but rotated the figure around from profile to front view to the back for takeoff in the last piece. The size for all three is 16 x 20" oil on board. Int he Gamblin Artists Colors I also mixed them with the FastMatte oils to see how they work together-this was a first in combining them for me and I really like the results. This was a great project for me!