2. Building a Visual Vocabulary: Colour

Project 3: Colour

Project-3-Colour-Stage-3-Exercise-3-Recording-Colour-Accurat

Project-3-Colour-Stage-3-Recording-Colour-Accurately

Project-3-Colour-Stage-4-Exercise-1

Project 4 Developing Design Ideas

Project-4-Stage-2-c

Project-4-Stage-2-

Project-4-Stage-4-d

Project-4-Stage-2-b

Project-4-Stage-2--Exercise-2

Project-4-Stage-4-Developing-New-Ideas-1

Project-4-Stage-4-a

Project 5: Painting and Printing

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Fabric-painting

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Mosaic-satamp-print

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Ponsettia-stamp

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Spong-paint

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Silk-paintingSilk Painting

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Silk-Painting-1Silk Painting

Project-5-Painting-and-Printing-Silk-Painting-2Silk Painting

Project-5-Stage-4-Large-sampleLarge sample

2 responses to “2. Building a Visual Vocabulary: Colour

  1. Susan, You have some interesting and inspiring work here. I am doing this particular module at the moment and its good to have such a good guide.
    Diana

  2. julie chartron

    Your work is beautiful. I’m thinking of doing an OCA textiles course myself and I wonder how much of an art background you had in order to get to the level you’re at now. I’ve had no art teaching although I’m doing a part time AS level in textiles at the moment. I’d like to have a go at taking it further but I worry that my work isn’t creative enough or isn’t of a high enough level.
    Any feedback on how you’ve coped and developed would be really appreciated.

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