Mastering color in the painting is often a matter of combining a willingness to experiment with mixing colors as well as understanding the color wheel and color theory. Most artists develop their own color mixing chart—or several—and work on recognizing color relationships (primary, secondary, tertiary; complementary colors; warm vs. cool colors) and how colors vary in tone and intensity. Colors are one of the most expressive aspects of painting, as well as one of the most subjective.
Some questions that might arise nowadays is how do you price your work of art. There are many ways to do so, but you have to make sure you do it right or else you kind of put yourself more down than what you are valuable for. It is important to know that making art and pricing your art is a completely different thing. You put a price into your work of art after you are completely finished and you have signed it. Continue reading