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The Wonderful World of Color!!!. “Great art picks up where nature ends” – Marc Chagall. Isaac Newton discovered the Theory of Color in 1666 while working with a Prism. Primary Colors: Red , Yellow , Blue. Secondary Colors: Green , Orange , Violet.

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    1. The Wonderful World of Color!!!

    2. “Great art picks up where nature ends” – Marc Chagall

    3. Isaac Newton discovered the Theory of Color in 1666 while working with a Prism

    4. Primary Colors:Red, Yellow, Blue

    5. Secondary Colors:Green, Orange, Violet

    6. Intermediate Colorsare colors that have “two names” – Combine one Primary and One Secondary Color

    7. Complementary Colors: Two Colors that are DIRECTLY ACROSS from each other

    8. Analogous Colors: A Group of Colors that live next to each other

    9. WarmColors

    10. CoolColors

    11. Tint: A Lighter Version of a Color (Add White)Shade: A Darker Version of a Color (Add Black or a Cool Color)

    12. Value Scale: A value scale is a range of values of one color. A typical value scale has 7-9 values, but you could get more if you really tried!

    13. Monochromatic: A Group of Values (Tints and Shades) of ONE Color

    14. Neutrals/Earth tones

    15. Just a reminder…

    16. Where do we see color???EVERYWHERE!!!Let’s test our knowledge…

    17. Complementary Color scheme • Red and Green are across from each other on the Color Wheel. That makes them complementary colors!

    18. Monochromatic!!! • Tints and Shades of Blue create a Monochromatic Color Scheme using blue, white and black

    19. Primary Color Scheme • You CAN make ALLLL colors with just Red, Yellow, Blue, White and Black!

    20. Value Scale • A VALUESCALEis a range from lightest to darkest, in this photograph white and black.

    21. This collection of seeds and spices could be considered a…??? • YOU DECIDE!