Drawing with Color Theory
Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:00pm
Students will learn how to apply color theory to basic drawing skills to gain the ability to draw what they see while embracing their own unique style in color. Class will focus on understanding color relationships, and how local and expressive color interact with value and form. Class moves from drawing with graphite to using ink to include color and understanding color choices and theory.
- Session: 6 weeks (June 23 – July 28, 2021)
- Cost: $189 for 6-week session
- Health & Safety Measures: To read CCAC’s Covid-19 Preparedness Measures and Requirements for Participation, please visit http://cliftonculturalarts.org/covid19
- How to Register: Sign up for this class on the Art Academy of Cincinnati registration portal.
About the Instructor: Matt Wright, Art Academy of Cincinnati
Matt Wright is a graduate of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s MFA program, and has been a Drawing and Painting instructor in the Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky area since 2001.In that time, he has taught college level drawing foundations, an array of drawing and painting oriented community education offerings, and comic drawing for Cincinnati’s library system.He has taught all ages, from five years of age to adult.
“The AAC’s Community Education program has been my longest standing teaching engagement (eleven years), and, in many ways, the most important to my development as an instructor.Over the years, I’ve learned that the challenge of being a good instructor is to identify the student’s individual needs, as well as his or her subject, and to adapt my instruction to those needs.The AAC’s Community Education program has been indispensable to me, for the diversity of courses I’ve been able to teach, as well as all the great students I’ve had the privilege of teaching.”