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 Slide 2 These are: Primary colors Primary colors cannot be made by mixing other colors. Primary colors are mixed to make all of the other colors. Slide 3 What happens when I mix Slide 4 Secondary Colors Colors made by mixing two of the primary colors. Slide 5 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) Slide 6 Complementary Colors- are found across from one another on the color wheel and share NO common color. Red + Green Orange + Blue Yellow + Purple Slide 7 Complementary Colors make one another seem BRIGHTER Slide 8 What pair of complementary colors did van Gogh use in his 1888 painting, The Night Caf? Red and green Slide 9 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. Slide 10 What analogous colors does van Gogh use in his painting, Sunflowers? Orange Yellow-orange Yellow Slide 11 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 Slide 12 Monochromatic painting in green Slide 13 Primary colors Analogous color scheme Monochromatic color scheme Complementary color scheme

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