Art Podcasts
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by Mandy Theis
1M ago
Are you a fan of audio learning and searching for some new great art podcasts? You’re in luck – here is a collection of art podcasts from a wide range of content creators. Art School Live Although technically more of a free online class/video format, this show makes for great listening if you are wanting to learn more about art. The host, Eric Rhoads, is a prolific content producer and creates fantastic art podcasts. Here are several episodes of Art School Live that feature School of Atelier Arts Director Mandy Theis. Never Use White in Paintings with Mandy Theis In this art podcast, you will ..read more
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FREE Online Color Theory Class
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by Mandy Theis
5M ago
Learn to see colors you have never seen before with this FREE online color theory class. You will learn: The three elements of color (value, chroma, and hue). How to identify these three elements individually, and then put them together. How to correctly break down colors you find in the wild to be able to mix them accurately on your palette. How to appreciate the nuance of the colorful world around you. Ready? You can sign up for our FREE Color Theory Class here. Want more great art knowledge? Read our other posts from our Department of Aesthetics Blog. Art Education | Colour Theory | O ..read more
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Is Atelier Training Right for You? Quiz
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by Mandy Theis
7M ago
New to atelier training? Curious if atelier training is right for you? This free diagnostic quiz will help you figure out if atelier training is a good next step for you in your artistic career. Simply answer the questions as honestly as possible. Don’t overthink your answers – this diagnostic quiz will help guide you on whether or not you are ready to pursue atelier training. Don’t worry – the quiz is completely free and doesn’t even ask for your email address! It WILL help you determine whether atelier training is a good fit for you and your artistic goals. Is Atelier Training Right For You ..read more
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Triadic Colors
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by Mandy Theis
1y ago
Triadic colors can seem pretty straightforward on the surface, but we’re going to take a little bit of a deeper dive to get a better understanding of what triadic colors are and why they are important. What are Triadic Colors? Triadic colors are colors that relate to each other on a triangle on a color wheel. So when we’re looking at the color wheel, if I were to draw a triangle between the red the yellow and the blue, the red yellow and blue would be considered triadic colors. So red, yellow, and blue they make a triangle on the color wheel. Great! We have triadic colors! But the triangle do ..read more
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Color Theory for Beginners
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by Mandy Theis
1y ago
Do you want to understand color theory better, but don’t know where to start? This article explains the three most basic elements of color theory for beginners.. The 3 Elements of Color Theory for Beginners Every color is composed of three elements: Value, Chroma, and Hue. When learning about color theory as a beginner, it is best to consider each of these elements individually in order to better understand the exact color you are observing. It is especially important when mixing paint colors to consider each variable separately as it will help you mix colors more accurately. Color Values What ..read more
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Colour Theory
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by Mandy Theis
1y ago
Colour theory can be intimidating, but it is simpler than you might think. This article will teach you everything you need to know in order to master colour theory. Value, Chroma & Hue Every colour is made up of three different components: value, chroma, and hue. By discovering how to isolate each of these three variables, you can learn to identify the nuances of colours. Do you prefer learning with videos? Check out our video colour theory lessons here. Colour Theory: Value Value represents how light or dark a colour is. A stop sign is red, and poinsettias are also red. But even though th ..read more
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6 Easy Steps to Start Your Atelier Training
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by Mandy Theis
1y ago
Here are 6 easy steps you can take to start learning realistic drawing and painting skills today. When I tell people I left my teaching job for 4 years to train full-time in atelier, I often get the response of “well, yeah, I could never do that”. Which is fair. We all have competing priorities in our lives, and not everyone can make art training their #1 right now. But if the idea of being able to draw and paint like the Old Masters makes your heart sing, and you want to pursue it, there are some simple steps you can take to get started on your own atelier journey. In order of smallest time c ..read more
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22 Inspirational Quotes for Art Teachers
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by Mandy Theis
1y ago
Teaching is a little more challenging than it was even a year ago. These art teacher quotes will help you dig deep. Feel free to share wherever they bring you joy ? What inspirational art teacher quotes would you add to this list? Let me know in the comments below. Want art delights delivered directly to your inbox? Join our popular newsletter today! The post 22 Inspirational Quotes for Art Teachers appeared first on School of Atelier Arts ..read more
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Capsule Wardrobe for Art Teachers
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by Mandy Theis
2y ago
Ok art teachers, let’s talk fashion. Some of us are super into it, others not so much. And probably the majority of us wish we could look put together but simply don’t have the time or know-how as all of our brain resources are monopolized by our students. I was definitely in this last group, and then something magical happened. I discovered capsule wardrobes, and suddenly art teacher fashion was within my grasp. (Please note that this post contains affiliate links.) WHAT IS A CAPSULE WARDROBE? Capsule wardrobes encompass a small number of mostly neutral pieces that all go together. The idea ..read more
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Black and White Aren’t Colors
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by Mandy Theis
2y ago
When I was growing up, one of the first color theory lessons I remember learning is ROYGBIV, which is an acronym for the order of colors in a rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. And then there were color wheels. Lots and lots of color theory wheels. But although I learned that red and yellow make orange, I never knew where white belonged on the color wheel. Or black. Black isn’t in ROYGBIV, where does it go? Value, Chroma and Hue I eventually learned the mysterious answers to these questions, and they stem from the concept that there are three elements to every color ..read more
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