A new section of ART 110 35137 Drawing I with Steve Mason is now open for enrollment. TTh 9:30 am - 12:15 pm.
ART 110. Drawing I (3) Perspective and visual perception studied as related to developing artistic visual growth in perceiving our environment. Emphasis on analysis of objects and their compositional placement within pictorial construction. Application of design principles. One lecture. Five lab.
1. Drawing skills
c. Plastic space/modeling
2. Visual literacy and aesthetic
a. Visual memory
b. Analysis and study of forms
c. Visual vocabulary
3. Application of principles and elements of design.
4. Introduction to traditional, historical or contemporary examples of art.
1. Apply various perspective techniques.
2. Identify and use foreshortening..
3. Produce plastic space and modeling.
4. Use chiaroscuro technique.
5. Identify, memorize and transfer visual information to the page.
6. Analyze forms.
7. Develop a visual vocabulary
8. Identify, analyze and synthesize principles elements of design.
9. Recognize traditional, historical or contemporary examples of art.
10. Use media specific terminology to critique and evaluate works of art.
3.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
5.000 Lab hours