Every artist wants to capture colors, light, and shadows in their art, but it might feel like there’s something missing.
Do you run into muddy colors or do your paintings end up feeling flat?
Maybe you’re not quite sure how to start or which paints to buy. There are so many paint choices! It can be very intimidating.
If this sounds familiar, it’s likely that you need more information and practice with color theory and mixing.
My name is Jennifer, and I can help.
I’ve worked in the arts for over 20 years as an art instructor, art supply sales associate, frame designer, and art gallery staff.
What I’ve noticed from talking with artists is that things can get out of control pretty quickly when you don’t know how to get the right colors.
Some people think they need to buy all of the colors because they're afraid to mix at all, and other artists try and save money but their paints aren’t very compatible and they end up wasting materials, time, and money in the end.
I had to learn and work on my practice to be able to mix the right colors, and I’ve seen countless students be able to do the same thing, even when they thought that they couldn’t do it in the beginning.
In my acrylic painting e-course
Color Quest: How to Mix Any Color You Want
You'll find 14 bite-sized video lessons that go far beyond the color wheel. Imagine being able to:
Pick out the right paints and shop at the art store with confidence.
Save money on paint that you could mix yourself.
Match any color.
Pair colors to create a feeling or mood in your work.
Mix vibrant colors that you can use in all genres of work, from abstract to landscape and portraits.
Bring amazing light and shadow into your artwork.
Create beauty that will connect more with your audience and lead to sales.
Have so much more fun mixing colors that you’ll be proud of.
Stop guessing about color mixing and end the frustration.
All you need are four tubes of paint, one brush, a palette, and some watercolor paper. The rest of the materials you probably already own.
"Take a class from Jennifer and find joy while you learn!" - Cynthia
"As a graphic designer, I tap into creativity a lot but in a really compact, tight, computer, pixel world. Touching the paint and moving into a holistic experience was something I was really craving. The experimentation was my favorite part and I feel like I could have done that all day." - Susan
1. Intro and Materials
2. Primary Colors
3. Secondary Colors
4. Tertiary Colors
5. Complimentary & Analogous
7. Tones and Shades
8. Earth Tones
9. Tinted Earth Tones
10. Skin Tones
11. Mixing Gray (without black paint).
13. Bright Palette Abstract
14. Earthy Palette Abstract
Come with me on a color quest and I promise you breakthrough after breakthrough! You'll be on course for mixing color with more joy and ease.
I’ll see you there!
“When I tried academic art in the past I felt stifled, judged, and even harassed like they’re trying to beat the creativity out of you. Jennifer is really about who you are instead of who somebody else wants you to be”
"I love your teaching style! More classes, please!" - Sandra
"My goals are to feel more confident and free while creating art. It's helpful to see finished examples at the beginning. Thank you for moving at a perfect pace and having a great sense of humor." - Veronica
"If you haven't been able to paint with Jennifer, you are missing out on some wonderful instruction. If you are on the fence about the classes she features, you need not be concerned. They are WONDERFUL !!" - Margo