Design: Color Wheel and Tones

Design: Color Wheel and Tones

This exercise, which is the third of 10 focusing on design aesthetics, demands that students create their own color wheel and tones. Tones are developed by using varying amounts of black and white. This is an exacting exercise from designer and professor Fereshteh Rostampour. Accuracy and cleanliness are important.

For the exercise Color Wheel and Tones click here BWE Design Rostampour PROJECT 3

For a PDF of all 10 exercises click here BWE Fereshteh Rostampour Projects

 

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    Fereshteh Rostampour

    Fereshteh Rostampour is an Associate Professor of set & lighting design in the department of theatre at Auburn University. She studied Marionette, Painting, Ballet, Architecture, and Scenography. She has been teaching set & lighting design, interior design, architecture, and computer 3D lighting & rendering for the past seventeen years. She holds an MFA degree in set and lighting design from The Ohio State University. Fereshteh worked as a Free-lance Scenographer for numerous plays, dance, opera, and film internationally. Her work was chosen as one of the six primary performance designs for the National Exhibit at Prague Quadrennial 2015. Fereshteh was one of the top three finalists in the World Stage Design (WSD) 2013 competition in Cardiff, Wales & top five in WSD 2009 in Seoul, Korea. Her lighting design for Jesus Christ Superstar in 2006 won the outstanding lighting design at the 20th Annual Charlotte Theatre Awards. Fereshteh also delivered seminars on lighting techniques within the retail environment at the International Retail Design Conference in Orlando, FL and Pasadena, CA. She is an associate member of OISTAT (International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians), International Committee of USITT (The United States Institute for Theatre Technology), and serves as the advisory board of Broadway Educators. Read Full
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