Description

This course covers the techniques and materials of Acrylic painting and related paint products. It's conceptual emphasis will be the creative problem solving of specific compositional and formal issues in painting and will primarily reference issues of abstraction in modern and contemporary art, as well as non-western painting and design and craft models. Process, and creative and critical thinking methodology-technical, aesthetic and conceptual -is emphasized through the keeping of note/sketchbook journals. Oral presentations of supporting research and the creative work strengthen the understanding of the role of critical awareness of the subject. or 3602 with minimum grades of C.

Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 6.00Total Hours: 3.00

Semesters

  • Fall 2016
  • Fall 2016 Semester
    Fall 2016 Semester
    Course Title Instructor Section Syllabus
    Painting IIIErin Dixon01No syllabus available