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What a Difference a Shade Makes. Exploring the World of Colour

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beloved@thebarn

79 King Street, (within King Street car park)

Southwell

NG25 0EH

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Do you find colour a bit scary? Do you tend to stick to the same colour combinations or ‘safe’ colours?

This practical one-day course is for you if you’re stuck in a rut with colour and you’d like to explore using colour with confidence and how to mix and match things stylishly.

We’ll touch on seasonal colour analysis and you’ll be doing your own colour assessment. Also, it’s great starting point for developing confidence around colour generally, which can then be applied to many aspects of life e.g. make-up, clothing, interior design, gardening etc.


Here’s what you’ll doand learn as you develop creativity and colour theory knowledge 

• Create your own colour wheel 

• Gain practical skills with paint 

• Understand how colours work together 

• Learn about primary, secondary & tertiary colours 

• Recognise tints, tones and shades 

• Create triadic and analogous colourways

• Explore the benefits of colour analysis 

• Identify warm and cool colouring 

• Identify personal tonal contrast levels 



• learn what colours suit you best 

• Learn what goes with what 

• How to avoid clashing colours 

• Create stylish colourful combinations 


Lisa Newport will be our fabulous guide for this colour-ful day. Lisa is an abolsute expert in colour and fashion. Read all about her background and philosophy at https://myrubyslippers.co.uk/about-me/

£97 includes lunch, refreshments, all materials and a whole new perspective on the role colour plays in your life!

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Southwell

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