16 June, 2008

Olive Trees & Paint

Olive Trees & Paint
21".5" x 14"
Pastel, Charcoal and Liquid Pigment
on Diane Townsend Paper
Casey Klahn


This is a companion piece to the work that I posted about a week ago, Olive Tree Grove.

On the subject of color, I don't know if I've ever posted about the non-objective colorist Joanne Mattera. Joanne is a blogger organizer, as well as a fine essayist on color. See her current exhibition post, Awash in Color: "No Chomaphobia". And, her recent post on color wheels is not-to-be-missed. It features some dated but fun color wheels, and a survey of some talented colorists that she recommends.

Here are some embedded videos of her Art Blogger Conference:







If you have some trouble loading these videos, I offer you the You Tube Addresses:
Part 1
Part 2

6 comments:

colorspeaker said...

There are those colors again. Luminous.jr

Casey Klahn said...

Hey, Julianne. Thanks for reading!

Meg Lyman said...

Love that green!

Casey Klahn said...

Hey, Meg!

laura said...

I love both of your Olive Tree paintings--the colors are luscious, mesmerizing; and I love the semi-abstract quality. I wonder what "liquid pigment" is ...?

Casey Klahn said...

Thank you very much, Laura.

Createx Pure Pigment is a highly concentrated pigment sent with water. I like it because it doesn't fill the paper tooth like paints may do.

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