August Exhibit - Color...The Wheel Goes Round & Round
July 30 - September 2
The color wheel was first designed by Sir Isaac Newton. There are six basic colors. The primary colors are red, blue and yellow. These three colors cannot be mixed or formed by any combination other colors. All other colors are derived from these three hues. The secondary colors are orange, green and violet. These three colors are formed by mixing two of the primary colors:
RED + YELLOW= ORANGE
YELLOW + BLUE=GREEN
BLUE + RED=VIOLET
All other colors are made by mixing these six colors. Colors that are opposite each other on the wheel are called complementary colors; colors next to each other are analogous colors. That’s Color Theory 101. Now… come to Gallery One in August to see how the artists make use of the wonderful world of color.