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Author: Haley (Page 1 of 3)

Color Harmony: Phase 2



This project is about the Harlem hospital center, 192,000 squared foot, shows off its highly advanced technological building design. The high curtain performance wall known as a facade,  replicates 3 panels from a Works Progress Administration mural that depicts scenes from the African diaspora story.

work time-29 minutes

Color harmony: Phase 1


Two color progression

This picture is Two color progression because it’s going from Orange to a bit more yellowish


Tint progression

This picture is tint progression because the rose is going from Red to more white.


Shade progression

This picture has a Shade progression because it’s more purple but the blue is more darker, and more dominant.

Time took:  30 mins

Color Interaction Parings: Phase 1

 Gogh’s Café Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles, 1888

Gogh’s Café Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles, 1888


Gogh’s Café Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles, 1888

For the first image I choose it because the red, and green goes well together. It’s also the first thing that pop’ed up when I looked up color interactions when I had no other idea what to look for just like the second image. The yellow lights in the image, as well as the purple also goes well with the red, and green. For the second image, the yellow resonates with the blue, and the green tree also goes well with what’s in the image. The mixed colors on the ground also do wonders with whats on the image.


Saturation Studies: Phase 4

This project wasn’t so bad. Once again, I got to practice using my hands except that this time it’s not with ink, but paint. I also liked the creativity this project made us use. I liked the idea of the designs I made to make, and I would like to do something like this again in the future where we/I have improved a lot more with our skills.

Field Trip to BRIC Biennial




  Path Of Limitations

Work by: N/A

Oil on canvas

I can relate to this work because it presents the starlight road past your limitations. Passing your limitations will bring you to a new path in your world, and much more. Passing your limitations is what makes us quality humans to new discoveries, and it presents evolution. That’s what makes us strong. Nothing can stop us, whether it be the entire universe, or multi dimensions.

Value-Added Portraits: Phase 4

From this project I learned how to use paint which I never did before, and it helped me sharpened my drawing skills which I was suppose to do on my own, but the difference is that this project forced me out of my comfort zone (once again) leaving me to deal with my own struggles instead of just waiting around.

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