Monday, April 13, 2015

UNF Color Theory: Color Constancy

In this project we had to paint the same scene four times, but under different lighting conditions each time. This is a scene from the street I live on seen from my garage. The four lighting conditions were upper left early morning to around noontime, upper right overcast sky, lower right foggy weather, and lower left mid-day clear sky.

Each scene took about 5 hours to paint. Each is 9x7 inches, painted in acrylic on Bristol board, mounted on illustration board. These are, if I remember correctly, my first paintings en plein air.


Tanya Lynne Reimer said...

Okay, that makes for a neat change! I had no idea lighting would change how we see the world.

Emily R. King said...

Very cool. You can tell you spent a lot of time on this!

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