Art Element: ColorColor. These are: Primary colors Primary colors cannot be made by mixing other colors. Primary colors are mixed to make all of the other.

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  • Slide 1
  • Art Element: ColorColor
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  • These are: Primary colors Primary colors cannot be made by mixing other colors. Primary colors are mixed to make all of the other colors.
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  • What happens when I mix
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  • Secondary Colors Colors made by mixing two of the primary colors.
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  • Tertiary Colors Are colors that are made by mixing a primary color and a secondary color. Yellow- orange Blue- green Yellow- green Blue- purple Red- purple Red- orange (the six labeled colors)
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  • Complementary Colors- are found across from one another on the color wheel and share NO common color. Red + Green Orange + Blue Yellow + Purple
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  • Complementary Colors make one another seem BRIGHTER
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  • What pair of complementary colors did van Gogh use in his 1888 painting, The Night Caf? Red and green
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  • Analogous colors are found directly beside one another on the color wheel and they share a common color. Blue-purple, blue, and blue- green are three colors that are analogous to one another. They all have blue in common.
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  • What analogous colors does van Gogh use in his painting, Sunflowers? Orange Yellow-orange Yellow
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  • A Monochromatic color scheme is: Mono means one and chroma means color. A monochromatic color scheme is different values of a single color. Hue= the pure color Tint= the color plus white to make a lighter value of that color Shade= the color plus black to make a darker value of that color Tone= the color plus gray
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  • Monochromatic painting in green
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  • Primary colors Analogous color scheme Monochromatic color scheme Complementary color scheme

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