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What if....

there was a place

where your creative intuition was celebrated?

From first marks to break-through moments,

what if the studio doors were always open?

You are invited to experience an environment

Where real growth happens, fresh paint flows

and your true colors shine through.

 
 
 

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True Colors is a subscription-based program for artists that delivers quality content, inspiring lessons and a supportive community on a monthly schedule. 

Schedule Outline:

1st of Every Month - REVEAL. The theme and focal color will be revealed and the guest artists will share their talents in a professional video format along with a pdf printable and interaction with the community.

New Content Every Friday - I will deliver new lessons every Friday. This includes demos with projects to coordinate with Color Crush Creative's bi-weekly color palettes, one big concept painting lesson every month and one LIVE lesson on video call (always saved to view later). Your Fridays will never be the same!

Daily - Support for your creative passion from me and my True Colors Team through the community in a private Facebook group exclusive to members and on Instagram @colorcrushcreative

Bonus - Color My Life 2018 and preloaded bonus material will be included to watch indefinitely as long as you are a member. New bonus content will be added periodically.

 
 
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Current True Colors Schedule:

  • Today - Immediate access to the entire months of May and June, a new bonus color lesson with a 45 minute video. Plus continuing access to Color My Life 2018 with over 4.5 hours of video lessons and 14 downloadable pdfs.
  • July 1st - New Month Reveal with Guest Artist Trupti Karjinni!
  • July 6th - Color Palette #45, mixing and painting videos with Kellee Wynne
  • July 13th - Live Video Call with Kellee Wynne
  • July 20th - Color Palette #46, mixing and painting videos with Kellee Wynne
  • June 27th - Big Concept Lesson with Kellee Wynne - Composition and Design
  • August 1st - New Month Reveal!
 
 
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Your creative process will never be the same

True Colors will open a floodgate of exciting new methods for creating acrylic, watercolor and mixed media artwork. We will not shy away from bright colors and bold marks. 

Join me as I share all the secrets to my luminous layered method of acrylic painting while at the same time digging deep into the creative process to help you discover your personal artistic style.

Learning how to ask questions as we paint and look for answers in each mark is an important part of finding your own True Colors!

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An Overview of techniques that we'll dive into with true colors

From abstract florals to modern landscape, I hope to ignite your passion for color while using the most versatile medium ever created: fluid acrylic paints.

Watch paint drip, run and flow with a spray bottle, rubbing alcohol and high flow mediums.

Play with graphite, charcoal and soft pastel to make your mark. Scrape, scratch, scumble and spray wet paint for altered effects.

Add touches of oil pastel, water soluble crayon and more.

Use multiple stencils and mark making tools all on one painting successfully. Learn how to boldly use collage on your work or subtly hide it in paint to reveal new layers.

And most importantly, learn to mix color like you never have before.

 
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ask yourself....

 
 
  • Are you looking to have a more joyful relationship with your art making?
  • Have you always wanted to feel inspired and encouraged to keep going?
  • Do you have a deep rooted desire to express your creativity?
  • Wouldn't it be nice to just play and in the process grow into the artist you long to be?
  • Have you been seeking to find your own true style, a personal voice in your artwork?
  • Are you searching for a community of like-minded artists?
  • Do you feel stuck in a rut and need new inspiration?
  • Do you struggle to turn ideas into the work you visualize?
  • Do you love color but struggle to make it sing on your canvas?
  • Do you wish working with your supplies felt more intuitive?
  • Are you searching for a strong foundation and the support to evolve in your work?

....find your answers in True Colors

 
 
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If you love Color Crush Creative and you've found the last year of support and education informative and exciting, then you will LOVE the new monthly program for artists that I have developed. It goes hand in hand with Color Crush Creative and my in-person art workshops that I teach locally and around the US.

 
 
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Guest Artists

Having a guest artist every month keeps the content fresh and always exciting! On the first of every month you will be introduced to one talented professional artist. An artist who will help inspire you on your art making journey and encourage you to discover your creative intuition through new techniques and thoughtful lessons.

Working hand in hand with me, each guest artist will help develop the theme and focal color that all lessons of the month will be inspired by. The featured guest artist will have prepared a video lesson, written material and provide support in the forum.

We have a lineup of amazing artists for 2018!

 
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Big Concept Painting project

I know that creating step-by-step perfect little paintings will only get you so far when developing your own unique style as an artist, so the idea of teaching a "Big Concept Painting Project" is my answer to helping you learn how to discover your True Colors. From learning secrets from the masters to listening to your muses, there are key steps I will teach you to let go of expectation and learn how to find joy in the process of becoming who you were meant to be as an artist. 

We are all at different stages in this journey as artists, but having a beginner's mindset will open a world of possibility for you as the artist you are capable of being.

 
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Bi-weekly palette lessons

Discovering our creative intuition isn't the only step needed to become a good artist. I believe that learning the principles of color and design and becoming confident in the use of basic tools and techniques will actually free you to make more impactful and satisfying decisions when you create.

Following along with the Color Crush Creative schedule of bi-weekly color palettes, we will continue with color and technique lessons. These lessons will give you a solid foundation for making better art and strengthen your skills as you grow in your own creative style.

 
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Community and Support

Sometimes just having a place to belong and find answers is what we are really longing for while we navigate this tricky creative life. Having a community of like-minded artists to turn to is a true gift that the internet can give us.

In a private online group for members, not only will you find friendship from fellow artists but you will get valuable support from me or one of the artists on my True Colors Team. This is where all the fun happens after the lessons are released!

 
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Bonus Content

As many of you know I am not one to skimp on giving. If I have more that I want to share I usually just can't hold back! At times we may have extra guest artists, especially on months where we have a fifth Friday available for extra content.

Also, I have been known to take field trips to galleries, or artist's studios. Who knows where I'll pop up next, but I will probably take you along for the ride with a video tour. 

And if I find something special on the internet, a book, a blog, a podcast, a video or another artist's point of view, you better believe I'm going to let you in on the info.

 
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Hi, I'm Kellee Wynne Conrad.

Wynne (said win) is my middle name. I'm a redhead, I married a redhead and we have three redhead boys. It's never quiet around here! Art is my outlet and passion in the midst of a wild life. It centers me and brings me peace. I am so fortunate for this gift and I honor it with gratitude in every brushstroke.

A little back story - My childhood was all about running through sculpture gardens and playing in the neighbors' art studios....what was this wonderland? It's undeniable that my upbringing, while somewhat unusual, left me with a strong impression that we can live the life of our dreams through art. That there is magic inherent in living a creative life. My true purpose is to bring that magic back and share it with those who are longing to realize their creative purpose.

While I have had a lot of opportunities to exhibit with local and national galleries, working with emerging artists was what led me to finally fulfill my vision of an art education program. 2017 brought the birth of Color Crush Creative, a thriving, internationally followed online community of color loving artists. It is through this program that I have been able to connect with the hearts and souls of artists around the world, discovering that teaching my love of color and paint is my true calling.

 
 
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In an effort to make True Colors as accessible to as many artists as possible, the monthly rate for quality, personal art education is starting at a very affordable price. You'll find that the content you'll get to absorb and enjoy month after month worth the investment!

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Monthly - $26

Choosing the monthly option might be right for you if you need the flexibility and affordability of small payments every 30 days. You'll get full access to all the offered content from the day you sign up and you lock in this current rate indefinitely as long as you retain your membership. You can cancel anytime. Only $26/month.

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Annual - $260

A great option to save money. The annual subscription plan gives you all the great monthly content while saving you two months of payments. You'll get full access to all the offered content from the day you sign up and you lock in this current rate indefinitely as long as you retain your membership. Only $260/year.

 

paypal subscription options

Because teachable does not take PayPal for recurring subscriptions, I have a separate system setup to accommodate this payment method. 

*lifetime means as long as Kellee Wynne Studios, LLC is operating our business and True Colors is running.

 
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We start True Colors off with a whole team of expert artists. Our first month is a special event and will include more art lessons than the regular monthly schedule. Introducing five talented artists who have all been avid supporters of Color Crush Creative. They will be involved throughout the entire year with True Colors.

 
 

Erin Mccormick - Ontario

Growing up in a small town in southern Ontario, Canada, I had a love of colour. I tended to collect colourful markers, oil pastels and coloured pencils even though I didn’t use them often. With my father’s influence, I found a love of science and in adulthood I became a forensic scientist.

After experiencing a time of personal loss and sadness I knew I really needed something for myself, something I could concentrate on that would push me to feel human again. It was at this time that my husband suggested painting. I laughed at the thought of wet paint splattered all around the house, but one day I came home from work and he had transformed our spare bedroom into a little art studio. All I had to do was start painting.

Acrylic is my favourite medium but I also love paper collage and pastels.  I find myself drawn to landscapes and abstract work. I'm still learning so much every day - about techniques, colour palettes and using different mediums.  I’m always searching for that “thing” that defines my unique style, but that’s something I’ll likely chase for years and years. In the meantime, I’m enjoying the journey and I’m totally ok with my artist's life being a work-in-progress!


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holls@lloydplatt.com

Holly Platt - California

I am a freelance artist living in Southern California. I discovered my love of creativity at a very early age while growing up in Salt Lake City, Utah. I studied art at SLCC and the University of Utah. Now a wife and mother of four, I still find time to feed my creative spirit. I'm drawn to cheerful color and prefer to slightly blur the line between representational and
abstract styles. My focus as of lately has been mainly on florals and landscapes. I exhibit my work in several local galleries, and currently I am represented by SM'Art Studio in La Quinta, Ca.

If I could give one piece of advice to any aspiring artist it would be to not hide their work. Do not be afraid to share it with others. Whether it is a local gallery or on their social media, share it often. The fear goes away with time and then when that big opportunity comes for a solo show,
fear will not hold you back.

Also, have designated paint clothes, and wear them!! Otherwise all
of your clothes will end up being covered in paint.

 

melissa doty - west Virginia

I have been a rampant doodler for over 40 years now, but it wasn’t until 2016 that I began to draw or paint - most days - with intention. Is it cliché to say that I’ve always dreamed of being an artist? Probably, but that’s my story. Fear of failure held me back. But then: watercolors! I was immediately hooked by their finicky magic and could not put the paintbrush down.

I am self-taught and currently spend each day in my basement studio making up for lost time. The majority of my work is watercolor and acryla gouache, but I want to try it all! At the moment, I am working on bold, graphic style florals and geometric patterns, with the occasional West Virginia landscape for good measure.

I try to create something every day. It connects me to others in ways I could not have foreseen, and I think that has been the best part of (finally) living a creative, genuine life.

I live in Charleston, West Virginia with my husband, Steve, dog, Mollly, cat, Noelle, and the two out of our five kids who still live at home. 
 


Sara Coey - Scotland

Art has always been my forever passion. My escape. My outlet to explore all the fun, magical and dreamy experiences of life in one expressive brushstroke. A colour lover from the beginning, I found myself painting in every spare moment and felt fizzy with happiness during these bursts of creativity. I wanted to cover the world in colourful paint, and spread happiness through art. This has always been my dream.

My unique style was created through playing with my favourite vibrant colours, and the exploration of expressive brushstrokes and wild mark making. Growing up in the Scottish countryside I was constantly inspired by the rugged beauty of the landscape, the combination of wild and tempestuous weather against the fragile delicacy of wildflowers. It is this combination of something untamed and something deliberate which I love to explore with my art and trying to capture this on canvas is passion of mine.

I’ve been told my art is full of happiness and joy, of magic and wonderment, of daydreams, stardust, rainbows and storms. And I think that is the most wonderful description! My abstracts are full of wonderment and curious possibilities. They enchant with thoughts of long forgotten fairy tales and whispered stories at the fireside. They awaken dreams of travel and yearnings to explore. But mostly they evoke happiness and joy.

 

viddhi kantesaria - India

Since early childhood I have loved to draw and paint and I unconsciously developed a deep interest for art. However it wasn't until the short break after graduation in architecture that I took to brushes and paints once again and realized a hidden artist within. I spent months practicing and exploring before I realised that art was truly a possibly for my life's work.

Now I'm an art teacher for local and international watercolour workshops,  and I sell my paintings in art festivals and exhibits. 

I believe art is an unique expression of creative energy with unimaginable possibilities. It's not possible to explore the entire gamut of these possibilities but for the past year I have been creating and connecting and discovering my limitless potential. Most importantly having a fun filled kick start to my journey - "Limitless Art ". If you ring the same vibe come join this journey.

 

Additional Team Members working behind the scenes and contributing in the upcoming months:

 
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Becca Bastian Lee - maryland

Becca Bastian Lee is an Annapolis, Maryland based painter, photographer and creator.  She attended the Maryland Institute College of Art from 2004-2008, graduating with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Art History.  Since then, she has taken on various jobs including toy designer, children’s book illustrator, and high end photography editor.  Through all this, she continues to draw and paint in her “free time”.  She lives with her husband, Andy, and their feline children.  The support of her family means the world to her.

Instagram @beccabastianlee

website: www.beccabastianlee.com

 

Priscilla George - Maryland

I'm is a watercolorist based near Baltimore, Maryland. My vibrant and colorful paintings of animals and nature give a glimpse into the world through my eyes. As an avid animal and nature lover you can find me hiking or at home with my 2 dogs, parakeet, husband and daughter. I've has always been creative and can remember coloring, drawing, and crafting for hours every day. Expressing myself through art has always been far easier than words. Growing up I was lucky to go to a High School with extensive of art programs that helped me progress my artist work at a fast speed and work in many mediums

 

Watercolor became my main medium at a time of necessity after my daughter was born. Previously, painting in acrylic was my preferred medium, but with a baby I found it difficult to not waste paint and to find the time. I needed to paint so I turned to watercolor, the one medium I had little training in. It wasn't easy in the start but I taught myself and now watercolor runs through my veins. My work is very tight and detailed not the typical loose method of watercolor artists. Over the years I've learned to embrace my method of detailed watercolor painting.

 
 
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Every month you will be introduced to a talented professional artist who will expose you to their creative world full of new ideas and techniques.

Working hand in hand with me, each guest artist will help develop the theme and focal color that all lessons of the month will be inspired by.

The featured guest artist will have prepared a video lesson, written material and provide support in the forum. Check out this exciting line-up for 2018:

 
 
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june - Taylor LEE

Taylor Lee is a color-obsessed artist with a passion for communicating through acrylic paintings. She is from a small, rural town in North Carolina. Pulling inspiration from Baz Luhrmann, Lisa Frank, and the pulsing crowds of general admission at a pop punk show, she explores concepts like maximalism, mania, and madness. She is most recognized for her bold use of concentrated color that often incorporates free-spirited marks that create dichotomies between the wild and thoughtful, the bold and vulnerable. Taylor is also vocal about her experience with mental illness. She finds ways to bring the reality of a stigmatized mental illness into a celebratory light, creating paintings that are buzzing with energy, movement, and loud colors.

 
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july - Trupti karjinni

A Belgaum, India based watercolorist. Trupti Karjinni believes it was a chance encounter that brought her to watercolor painting. It was like one of those love stories where the guy and the girl have a quick meeting, not knowing that the one encounter will change the entire paths of their lives entirely. Trupti can still remember that day almost two years ago when she painted her first watercolor tree - She knew she was hooked! And so she made art every day. Every. Single. Day. That's how Trupti became an artist. 

 
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august - Wendy Brightbill

I deeply believe that you paint what you need the most in your life. I consider myself a storyteller; only I use color instead of words. I believe you can create the life you want and change your own story. For me that meant painting the color and joy back into my life after a car accident. It took a brain injury for me to pick up a paint brush, and I am so happy that I did. I am ever grateful for what a car accident brought into my life and this crazy beautiful journey I am on. 

 
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september - melanie April

Hello! I'm Melanie of Melanie April Art. I'm an artist, teacher, wife and mum. I live in sunny Sarasota, Florida where I have an epic little studio. I am self-taught and enjoy painting in watercolor, acrylic, and mixed-media (but watercolor is my jam!).

I believe with all my conviction that creating is a need of the human spirit. A fire whose hearth is in our belly. Being able to teach others how to tap into their inner artist is one of the most fulfilling aspects of my work in the world. I believe art connects us in ways words can't and allows us a freedom of expression that heals - heals us, and in turn, heals the world.

 

october - regina lord

Creative Kismet Art came about because of my desire to share my art, ideas and a little bit of sunshine to as many people as possible.

I believe, that through art and creative process, your outlook can change and become more positive…more open. You start at first looking for beauty and inspiration then eventually, you began to see it everywhere without even trying.

 
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november - Roben-Marie Smith

I provide ideas, inspiration and quality instruction for hobbyists and art entrepreneurs. I teach artists from beginners to those making a living from their art through my blog and my popular online workshops.

As an artist, blogger, woman of faith and the owner of Paperbag Studios, LLC, my mission is to serve others and help them get the most out of their art as a hobby, or as a business. My own desire to learn and unquenchable curiosity keeps my fingers messy and my heart happy.

 
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december - laly mille

As a child, imagination and creativity were my sanctuary, and it was always that which I made with my hands that delighted my spirit and made me the most proud.

Today I find joy and a sense of true purpose in not only bringing beauty into this world through the art that I make, but also in nurturing the creative longings of others. As an online art instructor and certified creativity coach, I’m grateful to be able to share the gift of inspiration each and every day.

 
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What supplies will I need?

You don't need everything all at once. Start where you are and use what you have. There is a list of recommended supplies you can begin with. In time you may find particular products really appeal to you more than others. Most lessons will offer alternative solutions or spark a new idea that will take you on your own path. There are no rules that you must complete your work as taught - in fact you are encouraged to explore new ideas and use the videos as jumping off points as you explore your True Colors. Start where you are, grow when you're ready.

Essential Supplies

True Colors will explore all Acrylic, Watermedia and Mixed Media options. You are not required to have everything to participate. Start with the basics and add more supplies when it's possible.

  • Acrylic Paints: magenta, yellow and cyan and other favorite colors
  • Gesso or White Paint
  • Watercolor Set
  • Watercolor Paper
  • Brushes
  • Palette Knife
  • Pencil

Recommended Supplies

My favorite paints are Golden Fluid and Heavy Body Acrylic. I use primary cyan, primary magenta and primary yellow for the color wheel and mixing demonstrations. If you only buy 3 colors these would be the best to choose. I prefer Liquitex Professional Gesso for my grounds and my white paint when using fluid paint. I love Princeton Catalyst Polytip Brushes because they are very durable.

 
 
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Explore a wide variety of mediums and techniques

  • Which paints and mediums to use in acrylic painting.

  • Picking colors and mixing them with confidence.

  • The best ways to start a painting.

  • What makes a good composition.

  • When to finish a painting and make your final mark.

  • Learn how to analyze your own artwork.  

  • First marks - deciding how to start your painting.

  • Learn how to use layer upon layers of glowing transparent paint.

  • How to work out tricky compositions.

  • What to do when everything goes wrong.

  • Evaluate your own work and put the final touches on your painting

  • Turn typeface or even your handwriting into another visual element of your artwork

  • Watch paint drip, run and flow with a spray bottle, rubbing alcohol and high flow mediums.

  • Play with graphite and charcoal and soft pastel to make your mark.

  • Add touches of oil pastel, water soluble crayon and more.

  • Use multiple stencils and mark making tools all on one painting successfully

  • Learn how to boldly use collage on your work or subtly hide it in paint to reveal new layers

  • Play with Tar Gel medium to make your own collage papers

  • Use spray paint as a resist or to make bold marks.

 
 
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How will the Lessons be Delivered?

True Colors will be delivered through an easy to use platform called Teachable. It's simple to navigate, download printables and watch videos. You can keep track of which lessons you've watched and what you might have overlooked by marking a section "complete". This is only an indicator, but by no means will prevent you from coming back to watch or review over and over again as often as you'd like.

Each Month will be named, dated and grouped into its own course section. Each Course will have separate modules for the guest artist and each Friday content lesson, usually that means 5 modules every month!

You will have your own account with password that you have control over. 


Do I need experience with art to start?

True Colors is designed to fit every level of artist. From beginner to the advanced, there is something to learn for everyone. An inspiring community is invaluable to everyone and opening your mind to new ideas, techniques and positive thought processes about your art making is essential to every artist that wants to continue to grow in their craft.

If you haven't had much experience or education in painting or art making, you will gain valuable skills through foundation lessons that include color mixing, design and composition and how to use your materials. If you have been painting for a lifetime, you will find new answers to old questions and maybe discover a few things you didn't know. After all, we are all just beginners everyday we meet the canvas.


How long will I have access to the course material?

As long as Kellee Wynne Studios and True Colors exists and you keep your membership current, you will have access to all the content that was available to you on your first day to watch, read or use over and over again, for as long as you'd like. This means previous months' content, the color intensive course - Color My Life 2018, and all bonus material will continue to be available with your subscription as long as you are a paying member of the program.

It is required that you have high speed internet to stream videos for best results. Videos cannot be downloaded but some written material will be available to download and print for personal use only.

*Please note - "Lifetime" means for the duration of Kellee Wynne Studios and True Colors. But believe me, we're in it for the long haul!

Please visit the Terms of Use to review these details

 

What if I don't have all the supplies?

You don't need everything all at once. Start where you are and use what you have. There is a list of recommended supplies you can begin with. In time you may find particular products really appeal to you more than others. Most lessons will offer alternative solutions or spark a new idea that will take you on your own path. There are no rules that you must complete your work as taught - in fact you are encouraged to explore new ideas and use the videos as jumping off points as you explore your True Colors. Start where you are, grow when you're ready.


Do you Offers refunds?

Because of the nature of online education, refunds are very limited. Please make sure you have adequate internet speeds and your computer's compatibility is current.

There are no refunds on a monthly plan, but you can cancel your next payment at anytime. A billing cycle occurs every 30 days from the day you sign up or 364 for an annual plan.

Under certain circumstances, you can make a request for a refund on Annual plans within 30 days of purchase. A fee of one month's payment will be deducted from your refund. Contact hello@kelleewynnestudios.com for inquiries.

 

Can I share the Course with a Friend?

Sharing is usually a nice thing, but in this case it's not fair to the hard work and effort provided by myself and the dedicated artists who help run True Colors. I believe that everyone who joins True Colors comes with a spirit of integrity and will respect and honor the system. Please keep your account private.

But you can GIFT your friend a subscription. Contact hello@kelleewynnestudios and we can create a customized "gift certificate" coupon that you can gift to any one person. Aren't you the nicest friend!

Please visit the Terms of Use to review these details

 

Can I sell, share or exhibit the projects I make from the lessons? 

True Colors is designed to help you grow and learn and develop your own voice as an artist. If you have been inspired by a project and developed your own unique artwork, then you have the freedom to sell, show and share as you would like.

If, however, you practice along with the course and create a copy or very close replication of the project, then it is not okay to present the work online or offline as your own creation. You can share your projects on social media with credit to the source.

You may NOT share the content of this course, videos of you working on the projects from any of the lessons provided in True Colors or teach these methods in person or online. The content is protected under US and international copyright laws. 

Please visit the Terms of Use to review these details

 

I still have more questions, who should I ask?

I'd be happy to answer you personally! Contact me at hello@kelleewynnestudios.com. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response. Thank you.

 
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I’ve been doing mixed media and exploring collage and encaustic for many years but only recently realized where I was going wrong when I didn’t like a piece - the colors! I always thought grabbing whatever color “called” to me was the creative way to go. I realized I needed a better understanding of the color wheel to make informed and deliberate color choices. And it has been making a big difference in my projects! Joining this class was yet another stepping stone in that exploration.
— Mary Jo Mullen
Kellee is a wonderful instructor. Her inspirational direction is clear and she motivates you to explore your creativity with new techniques and encourages you to expand beyond what is comfortable. I have learned so much being part of Color Crush as well as Color My Life. Having never mixed my own colors, I now have enough information to mix pretty much any color I see and that is freeing and exciting!!
— Joann Eyster
Going back to the basics gave me far more artistic freedom than just free painting as I had been doing. This coursework is definitely for anyone who has ever felt stuck in a rut. The color and energy of both the projects AND Kellee’s teaching brings you right back to what is so enjoyable about creating beauty through art. ❤
— Kat Furtado
This was so fresh, fun, freeing and fabulously fantastic. I relaxed - set aside life - soaked up color - enjoyed YOUR creativity - delighted in your teaching. THANK YOU THANK YOU. Blessings abundant to you for dedicating so many days to us - your fans. Your positive encouragement and sweet creative heart touches me every time I watch you paint.
— Joi@RR
This is one of the most professionally filmed online class I’ve ever been in. The lighting, sound, music really enhanced each project, so kudos to you!!!
— Karen Brenner
I have been participating in Kellee’s Color Crush Creative program from the beginning, and am now enjoying her Color My Life 2018 e-course. As a new artist, I have learned so much from both programs, as well as having a ton of fun in the process. Kellee is a born teacher with a true passion for both education and her art-making! In her lessons she explains what she is doing and WHY, which is not always the case with other teachers, especially within an e-course, and she is willing to answer questions along the way. I can’t wait to participate in True Colors, and am so excited to be able to take an in-person class from Kellee this summer. Thanks, Kellee, for all you do for the artistic community - you truly believe in #communityovercompetition!
— Kathy Bastian
I must say it was much higher quality and more content than I had expected. The lessons were for beginners and for more advanced artists. Everybody who is interested can follow the clear explanation, visually pleasing and enjoyable videos. Her voice is nice to hear and I can understand it as a foreigner. (On YouTube I often stop it before the end because of bad videos, bad material or boring voices). By showing different materials and demonstrating the way to use it, everybody has something to learn. I was well educated in my art school, but I learned new things like the use of stencils, gelli printing and color mixing. Also the experimental way attracts me. I see most of the time courses with a ‘nice results’ for a painting on the wall, but this had more in depth content, richer for us to experience. An online course like this, is unique!
— Jos ven Meel
 
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