Apr 17, 2021
ART 191 - Oil/Acrylic Painting II
Description: Development of personal expression through study of different techniques of painting. Application of design principles.
Prerequisites: ART 190
- Review of elements of design
- Review of color theory
- Review of aesthetic and psychological values regarding elements and strokes
- Discussion of texture in perspective
- Expressionism vs. reproduction of shape and form as illustration - "painterly" quality of work
- Analogous color schemes
- Monochromatic color schemes; modification of primaries with black/white
- Collage theme; discussion of content
- Figure studies; gesture studies in drawing, completed painting
- High-keyed color study
- Low-keyed color study
- Glossary terms
- Formal elements and principles of design
- Historical and contemporary art examples
- Develop understanding of differences between hue, value, intensity, chroma, high and low keyed works, tints, shades, and other terms commonly used in vocabularyof the artist.
- Identify and use complements of every hue in various ways.
- Understand use of analogous, split complement, monochromatic and other limited palettes.
- Develop an understanding for "gesture" in developing composition.
- Develop an understanding of the importance of planning though use of sketchbook as an idea-book.
- Develop an understanding of collage, glazing, scumbling, impasto, blending, mass tones, overtones.
- See difference in using modifiers that are non-colors and true neutrals.
- Execute skill in knife work.
- Participate in class critiques and gain ability to evaluate finished works from standpoint of material use and composition.
- Identify, analyze and utilize the formal elements and principles of design.
- Recognize historical or contemporary examples of the fine arts or crafts.
- Use media specific termninology to critique and evaluate works of art.
- Critique and evaluation of art and artifacts.