Interaction of Color

Author: Josef Albers
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300179354
Release Date: 2013-06-28
Genre: Art

An experimental approach to the study and teaching of color is comprised of exercises in seeing color action and feeling color relatedness before arriving at color theory.

Interaction of Color

Author: Josef Albers
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300115954
Release Date: 2006
Genre: Art

Conceived as a handbook and teaching aid for artists, instructors, and students, this timeless book presents Albers' unique ideas of color experimentation in a way that is valuable to specialists as well as to a larger audience.

Contemporary Color Theory and Use

Author: Steven Bleicher
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133715146
Release Date: 2012-07-25
Genre: Design

CONTEMPORARY COLOR is back with a beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated second edition! Combining a solid grounding in traditional color theory and a thorough exploration of effective color use in digital applications and 3D design work, this introduction to contemporary color text is a must have for all art students. Written by a leading design educator and artist whose work is widely exhibited, this text features a balanced examination of essential theory and its practical application using today's cutting-edge technology. Contemporary Color, second edition covers a wide range of topics including all the basics on color theory, while also examining the latest on digital color, 3D design, and variations in color across nations and cultures. To complement this inclusive content, the text features thought-provoking discussions of the psychological impact of color, the future of color, creativity, and best practices for students and working artists. A vast collection of vivid images, drawn from both classical and contemporary artists, rounds out the text with powerful examples to illustrate applied color theory in all of its dazzling diversity. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Anni Albers

Author: Anni Albers
Publisher: Guggenheim Museum Publications
ISBN: 0892072725
Release Date: 2003-07-01
Genre: Art

Among the foremost textile designers of the 20th century, Anni Albers was a central figure of the Weaving Workshop at the Bauhaus in prewar Germany. Accompanying a centennial retrospective of her work, this volume contains full-color reproductions of Albers's most important weavings, drapery materials and wall coverings, as well as scores of her highly influential commercial textile designs. Anni Albers had an enormous effect on the design of yard materials worldwide. A comprehensive illustrated chronology details her fascinating life and career in Germany and in the United States, where she moved in the 1930s with her husband, the famed painter and instructor Josef Albers.

The Secret Lives of Color

Author: Kassia St Clair
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781524704940
Release Date: 2017-10-24
Genre: Art

The unforgettable, unknown history of colors and the vivid stories behind them in a beautiful multi-colored volume The Secret Lives of Color tells the unusual stories of seventy-five fascinating shades, dyes and hues. From blonde to ginger, the brown that changed the way battles were fought to the white that protected against the plague, Picasso's blue period to the charcoal on the cave walls at Lascaux, acid yellow to kelly green, and from scarlet women to imperial purple, these surprising stories run like a bright thread throughout history. In this book, Kassia St. Clair has turned her lifelong obsession with colors and where they come from (whether Van Gogh's chrome yellow sunflowers or punk's fluorescent pink) into a unique study of human civilization. Across fashion and politics, art and war, the secret lives of color tell the vivid story of our culture. “A mind-expanding tour of the world without leaving your paintbox. Every color has a story, and here are some of the most alluring, alarming, and thought-provoking.” —Simon Garfield, author of Just My Type

On Color

Author: David Kastan
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300235425
Release Date: 2018-05-22
Genre: Philosophy

Our lives are saturated by color. We live in a world of vivid colors, and color marks our psychological and social existence. But for all color’s inescapability, we don’t know much about it. Now authors David Scott Kastan and Stephen Farthing offer a fresh and imaginative exploration of one of the most intriguing and least understood aspects of everyday experience. Kastan and Farthing, a scholar and a painter, respectively, investigate color from numerous perspectives: literary, historical, cultural, anthropological, philosophical, art historical, political, and scientific. In ten lively and wide-ranging chapters, each devoted to a different color, they examine the various ways colors have shaped and continue to shape our social and moral imaginations. Each individual color becomes the focal point for a consideration of one of the extraordinary ways in which color appears and matters in our lives. Beautifully produced in full color, this book is a remarkably smart, entertaining, and fascinating guide to this elusive topic.

Josef Albers Glass Color and Light

Author: Josef Albers
Publisher: Solomon R Guggenheim Museum
ISBN: 0810968649
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Art

Josef Albers (1888-1976), famous as a master at Germany's Bauhaus until 1933, and then a professor in American schools such as Yale University, influenced many young artists. His Homage to the Square series of paintings remains an important example of 20th-century art. Yet Albers's first great works - the glass pictures that he made in Germany beginning in 1921 - remain little known. Starting with found fragments of colored glass, and later employing a sophisticated sandblasting process, Albers created a new art form.

Color Perception in Art

Author: Faber Birren
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
ISBN: UOM:39015012238377
Release Date: 1976
Genre: Art

The most vital recent information on the relationship of visual perception to color expression in art is presented here in clear detail. Faber Birren, one of the best-known colorists of our time, prepares us for what he believes will be a new era of color expression. Pioneered by gestalt psychology many secrets of the brain are rapidly being discovered, resulting in creative new principles of color. The book is divided into three sections. First the history of nineteenth-and twentieth-century color expression is traced from Turner through Impressionism to Op Art. Next the parallel history of color theory is covered. Finally, the new concepts and interpretations of illumination, color constancy, adaptation, and the Law of Field Size, which created a revolution in the possibilities of color expression in art and their aesthetic implications, are discussed. These sections are supplemented by numerous black and white photographs of representative paintings, explanatory line drawings and the abstract, geometric color plates themselves-of the incomparable beauty and quality that are the hallmark of Faber Birren.

Colour

Author: David Hornung
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 1856694194
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Color

Demystifying its subject for professionals and students alike, this title inspires confidence in colour's application to graphic design, illustration, painting, textile art, and textile design.

Color Design Workbook

Author: Terry Lee Stone
Publisher: Rockport Pub
ISBN: 1592534333
Release Date: 2008-03
Genre: Design

Presents information on the fundamentals of graphic design and color theory, providing tips on ways to talk to clients about color and how to use color in presentations.

Color Choices

Author: Stephen Quiller
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
ISBN: 0823006972
Release Date: 2002-02-01
Genre: Art

Discusses color relationships and the color wheel, tells how to develop color schemes, and shows a variety of paintings

Color

Author: Betty Edwards
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781585422197
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Art

The author of The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain distills the complext principles of color theory into a practical, easy-to-follow method of working with color to produce harmonious and pleasing combinations, explaining how to see and use color and how to mix and combine hues. Simultaneous. One Spirit & QPB.

Pantone The Twentieth Century in Color

Author: Leatrice Eiseman
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811877565
Release Date: 2011-10-19
Genre: Art

Summer is the best season of all. Dive into this collection of poetic and mesmerizing images curated by photographer Joanne Dugan. Quotes from writers and luminaries intermingle with interpretive vignettes that instantly evoke the perfect summer moment. Enjoy the adventure and stillness of your favorite season all year round withSummertime.

Color Theory

Author: Patti Mollica
Publisher: Walter Foster Pub
ISBN: 9781600583025
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Genre: Art

Cover subtitle: An Essential guide to color-- from basic principles to practical applications.

Intersecting Colors

Author: Brenda Danilowitz
Publisher: Amherst College
ISBN: 194320800X
Release Date: 2015-09-01
Genre: Art

Published to accompany an exhibit on Albers' work as both artist and teacher, this volume assesses Albers' understanding and teaching of color as "the most relative medium in art."