Sept. 10 – Dec. 3 (no class Oct. 8)
$240 for 12 weeks
Instructor present each day
Enrollment limited to 25 students
Any form of visual experience from the clothes we wear to the paintings we most admire involve color. Color in art can be used to create space, light, emotion, and atmosphere. No two-dimensional surface is active without it. No three-dimensional space is enhanced or exists without an understanding of the nuance of color. This course is designed to ask and answer the questions of how and why color works. The class is conceived for all levels from the absolute beginner to the working artist.
The exercises in this class are based on the Josef Albers workbook, “The Interaction of Color.”
Lisa Dinhofer—painter, draftswoman and printmaker—earned her BA with honors from Brandeis University. For two years, she participated in the summer program at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, later receiving her MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. Her work has been shown extensively both nationally and internationally. Her most recent solo shows were at Denise Bibro Fine Art (New York, 2012) and at Purdue University (Indiana, 2010). Her paintings, drawings and prints are widely collected, and publicly represented at Brooklyn Museum of Art, City College (CUNY), IBM and other venues. In 2003, she completed a 90-foot glass mosaic mural, Losing My Marbles, which was commissioned by the MTA Arts for Transit program. It is centrally located at the Times Square subway station. Currently, Ms. Dinhofer is represented by Denise Bibro Fine Art in New York.