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Developing An Eye For Color

photographs and text by Jessica Stammen For the past few winters, during the weeks that are made of the dark cold days between holiday festivities and mud, I have been lucky enough to join a dozen or so eighth graders at the local middle school for a special class exploring color. This month we’ve focussed […]

Developing An Eye For Color

text by Jessica Stammen transparency studies by Jackson Day, Lizzie Ogle, Harper Gordon and Brynn Kooyenga For the past few winters, during the weeks that are made of the dark cold days between holiday festivities and mud, I have been lucky enough to join a dozen or so eighth graders at the local middle school […]

Developing An Eye For Color

photographs and text by Jessica Stammen For the past few winters, during the weeks that are made of the dark cold days between holiday festivities and mud, I have been lucky enough to join a dozen or so eighth graders at the local middle school for a special class exploring color. Pictured here are examples […]

Developing An Eye For Color

photographs and text by Jessica Stammen For the past few winters, during the weeks that are made of the dark cold days between holiday festivities and mud, I have been lucky enough to join a dozen or so eighth graders at the local middle school for a special class exploring color. After succeeding at their […]

Developing An Eye For Color

first photograph by Tom Cox all other photographs and text by Jessica Stammen For the past few winters, during the weeks that are made of the dark cold days between holiday festivities and mud, I have been lucky enough to join a dozen or so eighth graders at the local middle school for a special […]

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