Thursday, April 28, 2011

A Color Theory Testimonial

As the current class wraps up and I get ready to launch the next Color Theory Class, I wanted to share a wonderful note from one of my students describing her experience with the online color theory class.

First, I want to thank you for the wonderful lessons and recommended book. I took my time with the lessons and really tried to understand the material. I am a bit embarrassed to say I have been sewing for 20 years and am just now taking the time to explore color- in the proper way. And really take a look at the color wheel and UNDERSTAND it's use. Not just pick it up and take it to the store with me. Very sad how much I have been missing.

I have dyed fabric for the past few years and am amazed at how much this class will help me as well.

I was most intrigued by how much I loved the burnt sienna palette and never liked these colors before. Seeing how they interacted with each other was really lovely. it was another lesson on how I must try colors and not just rely on the safety of certain colors.

I do again thank you. I would recommend this class to one and all. I was intimidated by the thought of painting but I shouldn't have been. Because that just isn't the point.

With much more enthusiaism for color and appreciation of a great teacher
If you are interested in joining the next Color Theory Class click here for more details.


  1. I think its' time to go back over the class materials, some things I couldn't wrap my brain around at the time...but I do remember being so surprised about using black! It's not such a scary color to work with anymore.

    And the burnt sienna??? I fell for that range too.

  2. How wonderful to get a great letter from a student about your class. You have so much to offer your students. So inspirational. Thank you for sharing. What a lovely tribute to you, Judy.

  3. Oh - yes you did use my letter. So often a thank you isn't given to a teacher-again thank you for the class Judy.


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