Day 26: 30-n-30

I have been doing color studies to give me the ability to quickly mix the color I want.  Still working on “Soul Happy” a painting from my turn at worship last month.  It currently looks like this:

Beach Scene Painting

Soul Happy
18″ x 22″
Unfinished Acrylic
Suzan Hughes-Kennedy

At the end of worship, it looked like this:

Seascape Sep 2016

Seascape Sep 2016
Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
18″ x 22″

So you can see I have been working on the sky.  To do this, I worked on a color study of Smalt Hue (Days 9-11) 

and Manganese Blue (Days 7-8).

I am ready to rework the greens and was wondering how to use the paint on my palette.  I mixed equal parts of manganese blue and cadmium yellow pale hue for my color and completed the color audition chart. Here it is:

Manganese Blue/Cadmium Yellow Color Chart

Manganese Blue/Cadmium Yellow
Color Chart

I have a good supply of color mixing books but I haven’t learned from them as much as I have from doing my own charts.  I can not recommend this experience enough.  Look at these greens and I know using them will work in the painting because the same blue in the sky is in the green!

Tomorrow, I’ll post my results.

Check out the other artists in the challenge at:

https://www.saetastudio.com/30-in-30-blog

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About suzanhugheskennedyart

I am a prophetic artist discovering more of God's Grace through the creation of my art. Encouraging and coaching others in developing their own creativity inspires me. Join me in this journey!
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