Color 3D: Less Theory More Practice


Event Details

Throw away your color wheel. Forget the tedious color theory exercises that you've done in the past. This class is your opportunity to practice the spatial properties of color that will give you control over the visual outcome of your interior designs.

Working with paint, flooring and fabric samples, as well as a color drawing medium, solve three dimensional design problems by applying the color principles that are the tools of the interior design trade. Be ready to be amazed by the power of color and the ease with which you can master the visual art of illusion.

Location:
North Shore Community College
March 23rd - May 18th, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Contact Kimberly Collins Jermain for more info.

 

About Kimberly 

Kimberly Collins Jermain is a landscape painter, teacher and practicing architectural color designer who has pioneered the strategic use of color for the built environment. Collaborating with owners, architects and designers for over 25 years her color guidance has added value and comfort to commercial and residential projects throughout New England, the US and abroad.