Sheldon Engagement: TMFD 145
Students in Textiles Merchandising and Fashion Design gain color inspiration by observing paintings at Sheldon Museum of Art.
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- [00:00:09.020]We were supposed to pick a piece of art from the Sheldon,
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- [00:00:15.070]for these tessellations that we made.
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- [00:00:26.970]So you might want to even go darker.
- [00:00:28.899]I like how we get to use a work from the museum
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- [00:00:36.270]This project is about students learning about
- [00:00:39.340]how color interacts with other colors.
- [00:00:43.290]Color does not live in isolation.
- [00:00:47.410]I think that's too purple.
- [00:00:49.230]It is, you need more red.
- [00:00:50.610]I like the light pink and green together, and the cream,
- [00:00:53.460]I think these are really good colors together,
- [00:00:55.280]and then the pop of hot pink and orange.
- [00:00:58.100]So I just pulled colors out from the sailboat,
- [00:01:00.910]the yellow and the dark blue, with some hints
- [00:01:04.060]of pastel purple kinda from the sails.
- [00:01:09.720]I love like how the orange and the magenta pops out.
- [00:01:14.350]So by going to the Sheldon, we can look
- [00:01:15.970]at successful uses of color in artworks
- [00:01:19.360]where an artist has chosen certain colors to work together
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- [00:01:26.420]that students then respond to.
- [00:01:29.060]I don't know, I'm typically attracted
- [00:01:30.720]to, like, blues, and like light pinks,
- [00:01:33.170]and like, these are very out of my comfort zone.
- [00:01:35.890]Okay, cause I don't, I see the patterns,
- [00:01:37.650]I mean, I'm looking at this going,
- [00:01:39.420]okay, this is repeated here,
- [00:01:40.590]so then this is going to be repeated there,
- [00:01:42.120]so that's important.
- [00:01:43.550]Well it's really cool that we have pieces like that
- [00:01:46.020]in Lincoln, on campus.
- [00:01:47.620]I really appreciate that we took a trip,
- [00:01:50.269]and we got to see these artworks in person,
- [00:01:53.120]and you could see like the texture and details.
- [00:01:56.250]Obviously the color palettes that these artists
- [00:01:58.110]have chosen are successful, and it's good
- [00:02:02.220]to use them as inspiration in our work.
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