I talk to people all the time who struggle with their paintings and often it is because they don't understand the proper use of color choices. From personal experience, when I learned about using color schemes from my mentor, my artwork improved dramatically. The great American watercolorist, Winslow Homer, always carried a book called, The Principles of Harmony and Contrast of Colors, and studying it had a profound effect on his work. I encourage you to consider my new upcoming class at the Art Students League of Denver where you will develop a color sense as you learn how to use different color schemes in your work. To register, please contact the Art Students League of Denver at ASLD.org or (303) 778-6990.