If you're looking for something AMAZING to do this fall and winter in the Big Apple, be sure to check out the Matisse Cut-Outs Exhibit at MoMA (Oct 12 through Feb 8). Crowds are anticipated to be large, so purchase your tickets well in advance. This exhibit initially opened this spring at the Tate Modern Museum to rave reviews.
The Color Wheel Company was invited to be part of the MoMA Museum's Stores during this exhibition. Our Pocket Color Wheel will be on sale. We thank MoMA for this opportunity!
By Corvallis Sustainability Coalition
December 30, 2013
The Local Business of the Week program is designed to help the Corvallis community identify our locally-owned independent businesses by featuring one business each week. This week, they featured The Color Wheel company...
By Elaine Farmer
Learn to use The Color Wheel as a tool to help achieve color harmony in your paintings and discover how it serves to simplify color mixing. This approach is suitable for the beginner student as well as the professional artist and It can be applied to any subject or style of art forms. Color harmony is essential to all good art no matter the medium, subject or style.
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We have put together some Color Theory resources to help you learn more about color. It will provide you with practical guidance to color mixing and the visual impacts of specific color combinations. Start learning Color Theory now!
Creative Color Wheel is now available!
- Painters, quilters, and knitters
- Floral and landscape designers
- Interior, graphic, and garden designers
The MAGIC PALETTE® Color Matching Guide helps artists identify, match and select the colors they need for their paintings. The unique viewing windows allow the artist to preview hundreds of potential new color combinations and to mix and match colors. Learn more...
Kala Raksha, a weaving design school for artisans in India, uses our Color Wheels for instruction and creation of the pieces.
The first course of the 6 course year is Colour: Sourcing from Heritage and Nature. The artisans learn to look at colour in new ways, to SEE and understand colour. The colour wheels help them to understand colour relationships. The placement really helps to get the concepts such as complementary colours. The men, who are dyers and weavers, have to actually make colours, so the colour wheels give them a benchmark to aim for.
School's web site: www.kala-raksha.org