Expand Your Color Vocabulary in Andrew Roberts-Gray’s Painting Workshop

June 8, 2013

Posted In: Anderson Ranch General, Past Workshops

Tags: Andrew Roberts-Gray, Color, painting

The use of color by an artist can be both intuitive and intellectual. In this class we will discuss and practice the application of color and the language we use to describe it through some basic investigations. Media will be chosen to give immediate results. After these initial exercises we will set up some unique problems so that each student may bring their new color knowledge to intuitive use in making some color studies of their own. The goal of the class is to expand our color vocabulary and give each student some concrete results that they can take back to their own studio work for reference.


Andrew Roberts-Gray’s paintings have been included in group and solo exhibitions across the United States. He received an MFA from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 1987, and received a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1983. He lives in Glenwood Springs, Colorado with his wife, artist Annette Roberts-Gray. His work is represented by Quintenz and Company Fine Art and the Vail International Gallery.


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