Feb 27, 2024
ART 203 Intermediate Drawing5 credits
This course builds on existing skills and terminology learned in Intro to Drawing. Advanced approaches to composition, color media, subject matter and drawing genres will be examined in both representational and non-representational projects and exercises.
Prerequisites: ART 121.
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
- Produce drawings that demonstrate a solid understanding of value and color in drawing through use of both black-and-white and color drawing media
- Produce drawings that utilize the two-dimensional space of the picture plane effectively and creatively by use of proportion, scale, perspective and compositional structure
- Draw confidently from life, from 2D images, from memory, or imagination
- Record ideas in a sketchbook to explore subject matter and new techniques
- Apply representational and non-representational drawing approaches to projects and exercises
- Describe the significance of drawing as a medium of creative expression and visual communication
- Demonstrate creativity and problem solving abilities through individual projects
Total Hours: 60 Theory (Lecture) Hours: 40 Guided Practice (Lab or Clinical) Hours: 20