understand and use complementary colors
in their work.
Ask students to use complementary colors
to paint different squares of colors near each other to practice the color theory findings they researched.
Startling yellow-and-violet or red-andgreen complementary color
pairs can be used.
Practical consumers can continue to incorporate enticing Caribbean blues into spring by pairing Blue Curacao with warm, complementary colors
like Honeysuckle or Coral Rose.
Work with shades and tints of complementary color
harmonies in defining the positive and negative shapes of a bike.
The various carpet styles are available in nine to 12 complementary colors
Characterized by remarkably bold, complementary colors
and dizzying geometric riffs, these quilts celebrate a communal spirit that lately has been revived, most notably, in the massive AIDS memorial quilt.
Once the color is found, ColorMatch instantly provides five complementary colors
that will inspire perfect matches for clothing items like scarves, ties, shirts and blouses; home decorating accessories like pillows and sheets; or even color schemes for brochures, invitations, company logos and Web pages.
In addition, color theory can be introduced or reinforced by using a large color wheel, identifying primary, secondary and complementary colors
It can be challenging to choose complementary colors
whether you're staining your entire home or selecting colors for your deck," said Susan Uram, Brand Manager, Olympic Exterior Stains.
In the paintings of Andrew Guenther, the primitive reappears in signifiers of opposition and difference, which take the form of masks, coconuts, and juxtaposed complementary colors
When choosing these background papers, students are instructed to look for complementary colors
provide the most dramatic contrasts: blue and orange, purple and yellow.
The items are decorated and banded in complementary colors
-- blue with green, green with blue and yellow with blue.
Give kitchen chairs fresh color by painting them in complementary colors