This course covers the study of the perception of color, its permutations and its dimensions, using traditional as well as contemporary methods, emphasizing individual experimentation through lab exercises and demonstrations. Topics include the color wheel; Munsell and Albers theories; perception, symbolism, and psychology; pattern-painting techniques; and the applications of color theories to art, architecture, and interior design. Student projects and lectures combine intense exploration of theories with hands-on experience in a variety of media.
Prerequisite: X 454A Elements of Design I or consent of program advisor.
(no mtg 5/26; 1 mtg to be arranged)
No refund after Apr 7.