Author(s): David Hornung
Taking a practical approach to colour, "Colour: A Workshop for Artists and Designers" is an invaluable resource for art students and professionals alike. With its sequence of specially designed assignments and in-depth discussions, it effectively bridges the gap between colour theory and practice to inspire confidence and understanding in anyone who works with colour. This second edition has been carefully reviewed and revised throughout. Presented in a new larger format, it includes much-enhanced sections on key colour principles such as colour perception, visual structure, materials and techniques, psychological experience of colour, and colour composition in digital formats. Generously illustrated including all-new, contemporary examples, this book provides a unique set of tools that make the complex theory of colour accessible and practical.
David Hornung is a painter and educator who lives and works in New York. He is the chair of the Department of Art and Art History at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.
Foreword Introduction Part 1: Seeing Colour Part 2: First Principles Part 3: Materials and Techniques Part 4: Beginning Colour Studies Part 5: Colour Interaction Part 6: Applying Colour Principles Part 7: Colour Harmony Part 8: Colour Research Part 9: The Psychological Expression of Colour Part 10: Colour Studies on the Computer Illustrated Glossary Bibliography Picture Credits Index