August Exhibit - Color...The Wheel Goes Round & Round
July 30 - September 2
All other colors are made by mixing these six colors. Colors that are opposite each other on the wheel are called complementary colors; colors next to each other are analogous colors. That’s Color Theory 101. Now….. come to Gallery One in August to see how the artists make use of the wonderful world of color.
Pat Riordan uses the primaries, red, yellow and blue, to fill her canvas with a bouquet of
garden flowers. She says, “Nature’s color wheel—harmony and beauty transcend in a ruby vase.”
“Sea Grass” is the title of Peggy Warfield’s acrylic. In her piece she uses three colors—Perylene Maroon, Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold, Anthraquinone Blue and Titanium White—basically, red, yellow and blue.