This tip from The Complete Photo Guide to Creative Painting for making yellow deeper by using a mixture of burnt and raw umber may the coolest tip I've read all week! I think we all tend to think about making our colors darker with black but making yellow deeper with burnt and raw umber really makes sense.
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Geri Greenman, a high school art teacher for thirty years, was honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award by her colleagues. She was a finalist for the Delores Kohl (International) Outstanding Service in the Field of Education award, a nominee for the Golden Apple, and listed in the Who's Who among America's Teachers. Geri has been writing for Arts and Activities magazine for 24 years, a contributing editor for 10 years, with 100 articles published.
Paula Guhin is a former educator, visual artist, photographer, and the author of the ever-popular Glorious Glue, Art with Adhesives (J. W. Walch) and Can We Eat the Art? (Incentive Publications). Articles have appeared in School Arts, Instructor, Teaching Today, and many more periodicals. She is also a contributing editor for Arts and Activities magazine.