Tag Archive for ‘color’

Color Play with Sherre Hulbert

Color is one of the most basic elements in our art, and the more we discover, the more exciting our quest will be.  Stamper’s Quest has been thrilled to feature artist and author Sherre Hulbert in a series about color.  This is the fifth article she has shared in this series.  To see Sherre’s first four […]

Color Principles Lesson Four from Sherre Hulbert

Artist Sherre Hulbert continues her series on using color principles in all art forms. Color Principles Workshop Lesson Four – Color Mixing In this lesson we will be creating a range of hues by mixing our different paint colors together.  This will give you more of an idea of the wide variety of colors you […]

Lesson #2- The Color Spectrum

By: Sherre Hulbert AlteredHeartDesigns With the technology of computers, the color spectrum has been expanded and even created in 3-D form to give an even wider range of color possibilities. For this forum, we will concentrate on a basic color spectrum.  I found this spectrum on the internet by Googling “color spectrum.”  It shows not […]

Color Principles with Sherre Hulbert: Workshop One

Stamper’s Quest is thrilled to feature artist and author Sherre Hulbert in a series about color.  Color is one of the most basic elements in our art, and the more we discover, the more exciting our quest will be. LESSON 1- VALUE SCALE Although these lessons were set up with a painter in mind, rubber stampers […]

Dusting Can Be Fun?

Darlene Domel, in her 2008 DVD Color Conversations, shows how any stamper can become an expert at dusting and taping. Of course, the DVD (from StampLand Chicago) is all about stamping and not housework. Darlene herself says, “I am so not a domestic goddess.” The dusting in the DVD is all about color dusting, a […]

Laughing Earth

All around my home in north Georgia there are daffodils and hyacinth in bloom. The red bud and pear trees are in full array, and the dogwood trees are budding.  The change of season is a magical time. (Fall is equally magical. Albert Camus said, “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a […]