From Camille Przewodek, in the August 1998 issue of The Artist’s Magazine:
No matter how dark a color is, if it’s in direct sunlight, it always stays in the light value range. Because of this—and in spite of the face that it defies logic—the shadowed part of a white object will appear to be darker than the sunlit plane of a black object.
- Painting Outdoor Shadows in Pastel
- Splash 7: Celebration of Light
- Painting Light with Colored Pencil