Printable Coloring Pages

Printable Coloring Pages For Boys

Never use pure white; it doesn’t exist in nature. (A. T. Hibbard) I began to analyze watercolors by the masters: Winslow Homer, Maurice Prendergast, J.M.W. Turner, and John Singer Sargent… their clarity of color resulted from, yes, a touch of genius, but also from a sincere dedication to the medium. They were patient enough to experiment and formulate effective color ...

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Printable Coloring Sheets

“… the house is on fire, but go ahead ~ finish painting the verandah…” ~ John Geddes, A Familiar Rain   “A fine work of art ~ music, dance, painting, story ~ has the power to silence the chatter in the mind and lift us to another place.”  ~ Robert McKee, Story: Style, Structure, Substance, and the Principles of Screenwriting   Grey. It makes no statement whatever; ...

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Printable Coloring Pictures For Kids

It must be vivid. Extended in space and time, the dots accrue, giving back pathways, constellations, geometries, and at last, as the white ground of the canvas is overcome, unforeseen color sensations. (Andrew Forge) A certain blue enters your soul. A certain red has an effect on your blood~pressure. (Henri Matisse) Drawing is feeling. Color is an act of reason. ...

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Printable Coloring Pictures For Adults

It is always interesting to see how artists can cleverly create paintings of water without using blue or green, the obvious colours. (Lu Wei Xing) Yellow is the eldest daughter of light… ~Charles Blanc, Art in Ornament and Dress, “Personal Adornment: Colours and Their Expression,” 1875, translated from French ~on a Jongkind… Such a magnificent sky, and it’s nothing but white ...

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Printable Coloring Pages For Teenagers

“Art is the conscious making of numinous phenomena. Many objects are just objects ~ inert, merely utilitarian. Many events are inconsequential, too banal to add anything to our experience of life. This is unfortunate, as one cannot grow except by having one’s spirit greatly stirred; and the spirit cannot be greatly stirred by spiritless things. Much of our very life ...

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