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Painting

Painting i: art 352

An introduction to painting in oil, acrylic and related media in which
the student explores basic techniques and approaches to painting
through the useof drawing, design and color. Offered in fall and spring.
Prereq: ART 133, 142, or permission of instructor.

Painting ii: art 354

Continued development of painting skill with the emphasis on sustained
individual development and technical expression. Offered in fall and spring.
Prereq: ART 352 or permission of instructor.

Painting iii: art 452

Further study in painting as the individual student works toward
developing a personal idiom of expression. Offered in fall and spring.
Prereq: ART 354 or permission of instructor.

Painting iv: art 454

An advanced course in which students continue to develop style and
technique as they seek their own direction in painting. Offered in fall and spring.
Prereq: ART 452 or permission of instructor.

Painting: art 552, 554

Watercolor i: art 353

Introduces watercolor techniques through a series of problems
related to the development of skill in handling the medium.
Prereq: ART 133 and ART 142.

Watercolor ii: art 355

Continued development of painting in watercolor with the
emphasis on sustained individual development and technical expression.
Prereq: ART 353 or permission of instructor.

Watercolor iii: art 453

Further study in watercolor as the individual student
works toward developing a personal idiom of expression.
Prereq: ART 355 or permission of instructor.

Watercolor iv: art 455

An advanced course in which students continue to develop style
and technique as they seek their own direction in watercolor painting.
Prereq: ART 453 or permission of instructor.

Art 453, 455
Watercolor and related media

Drawing

Drawing i: art 133

Introduces drawing as artistic expression as well as a form of nonverbal
communication. Traditional and contemporary perspectives. Emphasis on
original creative solutions to visual problems. Students explore artistic
composition employing various drawing media and techniques. Includes
criticism, analysis and evaluation. For both the non-art major and the art major.
Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

Drawing ii: art 233

Fundamental drawing skills are stressed and personal expression is
emphasized. A variety of techniques and observational exercises will
be used. Working from the figure,short and extended studies will be
developed. Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

Prereq: ART 133.

Drawing iii: art 333

Continued drawing skill development using a variety of subjects including
the figure. Traditional and nontraditional approaches to methods and materials
are encouraged. Individual development of a personal idiom of expression will be required.
Prereq: ART 233. Offered periodically.

Drawing iv: art 433

Advanced drawing in which individual style and technique are emphasized.
Anintensive course of independent research including creation of a portfolio.
Prereq: ART 333. Offered periodically.

Drawing: art 533, 534

 

 

 

 

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