Total Video Time
2 hours, 1 minute
In this 2 hour tutorial Kenny will discuss his process of using light to create mood in his paintings. A limited palette will be set up and explained. The benefits of using a limited palette will be on display with a brief color study painting. A step by step process of how to develop a composition will be done with a lecture followed by a thumbnail demonstration. The thumbnail will then be developed into a color study that can be used for a future painting. Bio: Kenny received his B.A. in Fine Art from Colorado College in Colorado Springs. He has studied in Florence Italy in the atelier of Charles H. Cecil, and under Frank Mason at the Art Student's League in New York. He has studied internationally, drawing inspiration that has influenced his growing body of work. He currently teaches at Laguna College of Art and Design.
Kenny Harris is a realist artist residing in Venice, California. He combines classical training with the energetic, gestural use of line and color from the latter half of the 20th century. He studied at the Charles Cecil Studios in Florence, Italy and the Art Students League in New York under Frank Mason. Kenny's artwork has been featured in solo exhibitions in Los Angeles and New York. His travels have continued to influence his paintings and his body of work. Kenny shows have received critically praise by several well-respected art magazines.
- Limited Palette and Composition | Preview 00:05:00
- Limited Palette and Composition | Setting Up A Limited Palette 00:12:00
- Limited Palette and Composition | Painting with a Limited Palette 00:39:00
- Limited Palette and Composition | Thumbnails FREE 00:10:00