Karolina Peza Color Gallery

In this painting you can see primary colors. Primary colors are three basic colors that mix in with hues, which are red,yellow,and blue.Looking at Joan Brown's piece you can see the basic hues are making objects in the painting pop out.
An example of Analogous is when colors that are next to each other on the color wheel and are in harmony together. By looking in this piece you can see that the woman sitting,her dress is light at the bottom, but gets darker on the top. Both colors lay next to each other and show how they can be alike to each other, showing analogous colors.
This piece is an example of warm colors. The piece displays the warm side of the color wheel, similar to the color of fire, having red,yellow, and orange. Looking at the bed cloth and rug on the floor you can see the warm colors making the room look warm.
In this piece you can see cool colors by looking at the sky and the grass. Cools colors are the hues that are green and blue, can be similar to ice. Looking at the color of the water below, the color is similar to ice making a cool color.
In this piece you can notice split complementary colors. Split complementary means when two adjacent colors are paired with a complement color. By looking at this painting you can see how the purple,yellow, and blue in this piece are opposite colors, blue and purple, then has yellow as the complement, showing split complementary.
By looking at this piece you can see a variety of values, tints,tones, and shades that make up on hue, but using only it and it's values. This an example of monochrome. You can see that the hue that is being used in the piece is a green, that has been shaded in darker or tinted lighter,to display that one hue in different values.
Tetradic colors are when there are two complementary colors that are paired together, to have a dominant color and then have be subdued with others. Looking at this piece you can see ,for example blue,green,purple, and yellow all together in the piece put to make harmony between each other. It can be difficult to pull of the scheme, making it the piece overdone with the colors because they are put together around and making harmony, but it makes it easier to pay attention to the warm and cool colors.
Secondary colors are green, purple, and orange. The secondary colors are mixed with the primary colors, making them achieve two colors that are mixed together. In this piece secondary colors are displayed by seeing them blend in in next to the primary colors.
Tertiary Colors are hues that are mixed with primary and secondary colors that are adjacent on the color wheel. By looking in the this piece you can notice the tertiary colors in the sky and grass. The making the primary and secondary colors are mixed to give a color mixture of both.
Complementary colors are directly on the opposite side of each other on the color wheel. IN this piece you can see the green and red, how they are mixed together making them complementary. Also if you at the sunrise in the painting mixed with the blue water, that also shows an example of complementary colors.
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