A pre-recorded video course for you to do at your own pace.

All the colors in the rainbow and more!

With just 5 colors and featuring R&F Encaustic Paints, in this self-guided video Susan will show you how to mix hundreds of colors in a simple, systematic way. Some of the chapters include how to mix transparencies, tints, tones and shades. We'll mix secondary and tertiary colors, earth tones, and blacks and grays. We will experiment with color harmonies and ways to tone down a color. Susan will also give you tips on mixing larger amounts of color for use in your studio.

This course is for you!

  • Do you find yourself using the same colors over and over?
  • Are looking to learn about or refresh your knowledge of color theory?
  • Want to discover new color combinations?
  • Would like to create a reference of color mixtures?
  • Want to learn about color harmonies?
  • Want to experiment with transparency and opacity?
  • Want some tips on how to mix larger amounts of color?

Some of what is included:

Transparencies, Tints, Tones, Shades, Color Harmonies, plus other Tips!

Secondary and Tertiary Colors

Working our way around the color wheel, we will hit all the multitude of colors in between the primaries.

Earth Colors

Knowing how to mix earth colors make the options plentiful and exciting. You're sure to find a new favorite one here.

Blacks and Grays

Learning how to mix your own blacks and grays increase the possibilities for shadows and neutrals.

Yes, I want this course!

About Sue

Susan Stover draws on over 30 years of professional experience in helping you realize your artistic goals. Susan works easily between a variety of mediums, ever attentive to their history and cultural foundations. Students benefit from her extensive knowledge of art, art history, and techniques. She demystifies various techniques and encourages students to combine mediums in new ways. Having studied different cultural aesthetic traditions from around the world, she embraces ritual, tradition, and meditation inherent in repetitive processes. She brings this depth of knowledge to her work and teaching. Combining art historical information and a rich understanding of the processes, techniques, and histories of the various mediums enhances her teaching and helps you to consider these elements as you conceptually frame your art practice.

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