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ITTEN'S and ALBERS COLOR THEORY/EXERCISE BOOKS
>FOUND IN MOST ACADEMIC BOOK STORES and COLLEGE
>THE SOURCEs PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED ARE, IN MY ESTIMATION,
>MORE SCIENCE THAN ART ORIENTED.
>MOST OF THE EXERCISES REQUIRE EXPENSIVE "COLOR AIDE"
>PACKS, BUT THE "FADELESS" COLOR SHEETS ARE GENERALLY
>67 W. 44TH STREET
>NEW YORK, NY 10036
>SOMETIME BACK, PUBLISHED "the color tree"
>the story of color and demonstrations in
>AN EXCITING GROUP OF VISUAL COLOR
>EXPERIMENTS WHICH I HAVE USED IN CLASS AND AT
>THE BOOKLET WAS DESIGNED AND PRODUCED BY
>DR. ISAY BALINKIN, PROFESSOR OF EXPERIMENTAL
>PHYSICS, UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI,OH, SEVERAL
>>Bob, Thanks for the great sites...resources!!!!
>>What is so interesting that we are in the process of piloting a Color
>>Theory Performance Task Assessment in North Carolina for honors arts
>>students, grades 10-12. It will be great to add these sites as
>>resources for students to explore, as "Using Technology" is one of the
>>state's educational competencies.
>>Yours in Art & Life,
>>or on the www at