vision of the hardness of the modren life

Joan Miro was a catalan painter who combined abstract art with surrealist
fantasy. His style evolved from the tension between his fanciful poetic impulse
and his vision of the hardness of the modren life.
In the 1930s miro became more experimental working with techniques of collage
and sculptural assemblage and creating sets and costumes for ballets. Hes
designed tapestries in 1934 which led to his interest in the monumental and in
murals. Miros paining began to be exhibited regualarly in french and american
Throughout the 1930s miro produced scale sculpture objects and collages and
works on paper ,some were made in unconventional ways he also makes use of
found materials like sandpapers, threads and a mirror fragment.
Miros uses symbols in his paintings such as dotes , stars, planets and birds and
often just 3 traits crossing at the centre.
Thus red, green, yellow and blue are dominant in his paintings to be seen at the
exhibition illuminated by natural light in the Richard Meier building.

Primary colours are red, blue and yellow which are colours that cannot be made from other
Secondary colours are orange, purple and green secondar colours are made of two primary
Tertiary colours are a mixture of primary and secondary colours.
Main colours are yellow, red, blue, white and black.
Diluting colours in white will make the actual colour.
Shading is when you making the colour lighter or darker.
A hue is adding a third colour for example blue to make a hue.
The colour palettes are
Complimentary colours which are the complete opposite colour to another in the colour
Analogous colours are colours next to each other in the colour wheel.
Colour theory is the art of combining colours based on the colour wheel its an
organized illustration of primary and secondary and tertiary colours. its accuratly
combining colours using colour wheel and understanding how colours relate to each
other. also color theory involves how you arrange colors together to craete schemes.