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CMS art students learn about the color wheel

Campbellsville Middle School art students recently learned about the color wheel and then made their own.

 

In Jo Ann Harris’s classes, students learned that the color wheel tells which colors can be mixed together to make new colors.

 

When making a color wheel, primary colors red, blue and yellow are placed next to secondary colors orange, purple and green.

 

When finished, the wheel shows which colors complement each other.

 

As a project, Harris asked students to make their own creative color wheels.

 

Students could choose to draw anything they like, as long as it was drawn and colored following the design of the color wheel.

 

When their drawings were finished, students painted them with watercolors.

 

CMS sixth-grader Gracie Taylor paints her color wheel.

CMS sixth-grader Gracie Taylor paints her color wheel.

 

CMS sixth-grader CheyAnn Edwards paints her color wheel.

CMS sixth-grader CheyAnn Edwards paints her color wheel.

 

CMS eighth-grader Dalton Reynolds paints his color wheel.

CMS eighth-grader Dalton Reynolds paints his color wheel.

 

CMS sixth-grader Nathan Ray paints his color wheel.

CMS sixth-grader Nathan Ray paints his color wheel.

 

CMS seventh-grader Antaya Epps, at left, and eighth-grader Brae Washington paint their color wheels.

CMS seventh-grader Antaya Epps, at left, and eighth-grader Brae Washington paint their color wheels.

 

CMS sixth-grader De’Torrian Bell paints his color wheel.

CMS sixth-grader De’Torrian Bell paints his color wheel.

 

CMS sixth-grader Chloe Mitchell paints her color wheel.

CMS sixth-grader Chloe Mitchell paints her color wheel.

 

CMS seventh-grader Bryce Newton paints his color wheel.

CMS seventh-grader Bryce Newton paints his color wheel.

 

CMS sixth-graders Chloe Thompson, at left, and Isaac Garrison paint their color wheels.

CMS sixth-graders Chloe Thompson, at left, and Isaac Garrison paint their color wheels.





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