Colour Calibration with Ian De Hoog
March 18, 2022
When: March 18th at 11:00 (PST)
“Stop worrying about pigments and start focusing on colour. In this technique takeaway, we will work through the foundation of building a basic colour palette and then explore ways to tune the palette to your artistic voice. We will also discuss mixing, compliment pairings, harmonies and mixing greys. We will also take a look at how I like to assess colour from a reference and apply it to my palette.
Stop using other artists’ palettes and start learning how to create your own, calibrated to you.”
Ian was featured in Opus Visual Podcast • Season 2, Episode 3: Putting Our Vision Into Practice.
In the episode, Ian and our other featured artists share techniques they employ to develop and execute their vision, as well as their thoughts and tips on practicing.
– Holbein Artists’ Watercolour Ultramarine Deep
– No. 8 & 12 round
– Bao Hong 140lbs 100% cotton, cold pressed paper
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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Ian de Hoog is a Canadian artist and teacher working primarily in watercolour. He is an active member of the Semiahmoo Arts Society and the Federation of Canadian Artists. As an instructor, Ian is a frequent contributor to the Visiting Artists series for the Opus Arts Supply chain in British Columbia and is a watercolour instructor at Winslow Art Center on Bainbridge Island and the Shadbolt Centre for Fine Arts in Burnaby, BC. In addition to this Ian has also travelled throughout BC to give various workshops and demonstrations to different art groups and societies.