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CHS art students learn about color values

Campbellsville High School students recently learned about color values in their art class.

 

Students in Jo Ann Harris’s class learned that color values are shades and tints of colors.

 

Color values can be created by adding other colors to a base color.

 

Students were given a paint sample and asked to create the shades to duplicate the sample.

 

Harris gave her students red, yellow and blue paint, and asked them to mix those colors to make the colors they needed.

 

CHS junior Celeste Hassman makes a shade of yellow.

CHS junior Celeste Hassman makes a shade of yellow.

 

CHS freshman Carsen Riley mixes a shade of green.

CHS freshman Carsen Riley mixes a shade of green.

 

CHS freshman Anna Clara Moura mixes a shade of purple.

CHS freshman Anna Clara Moura mixes a shade of purple.

 

CHS sophomores Aleah Knifley, at left, and Haleigh Murphy mix shades of orange and blue.

CHS sophomores Aleah Knifley, at left, and Haleigh Murphy mix shades of orange and blue.

 

CHS junior Hye Cho mixes a shade of pink.

CHS junior Hye Cho mixes a shade of pink.

 

CHS sophomores Nevaeh Underwood, at left, and Shelby Hunt mix shades of blue.

CHS sophomores Nevaeh Underwood, at left, and Shelby Hunt mix shades of blue.

 

CHS freshman Jonathan Foster mixes a shade.

CHS freshman Jonathan Foster mixes a shade.

 

CHS sophomore Shelby Hunt mixes a shade of blue.

CHS sophomore Shelby Hunt mixes a shade of blue.

 

CHS sophomore Nevaeh Underwood mixes a shade of red.

CHS sophomore Nevaeh Underwood mixes a shade of red.





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