Jeanne Dobie Color Mixes
Jean Dobie illustrates her method of color mixing and techniques of portraying light
Jeanne created this quick reference guide/illustration to show examples of color mixtures and techniques she used to create "Sun Dance."
"Individual color mixtures are trademarks of my paintings," says Jeanne Dobie. "For me, luminosity is the key - vibration and glow, not just brilliance. Daniel Smith paints help me capture the feeling of light which is so important to my paintings".
Quinacridone Gold, Quinacridone Coral, Quinacridone Burnt Orange, Quinacridone Rose, Cobalt Teal Blue, Cobalt Blue, Viridian, Phthalo Green YS, Aureolin, Cadmium Red.
About the Author
Nationally known for her best-selling book "Making Color Sing", Jeanne Dobie's painting trademark is capturing luminous lighting effects and color. You can view Dobie's prints of Banana Bay and local scenes on her website at www.jeannedobie.com.
Success for this highly respected American artist has come in the form of numerous medals and awards from national exhibitions such as the American, National and Midwest Watercolor Societies, among others. Her paintings are represented in prominent collections, including the Frye Museum, Seattle. WA. and have been featured on the covers and in articles in American Artist and The Artist's Magazines, as well as in many U.S. and European publications. Dobie is a signature member of both the American and National Watercolor Societies, a frequent juror of major national exhibitions, the instructor in her Video "Workshop" series as well as the author of the classic book "Making Color Sing".
DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Brushes
Watercolor Papers and Paper Blocks
DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors
The Jeanne Dobie Palette
• Quinacridone Gold
• Quinacridone Coral
• Quinacridone Burnt Orange
• Quinacridone Rose
• Cobalt Teal Blue
• Cobalt Blue
• Phthalo Green YS
• Cadmium Red