This course introduces the fundamentals of two dimensional composition
through experiences designed to increase visual perception and
provide technical skill. Students are introduced to visual concepts
such as positive and negative space, linear perspective, and proportion.
Discussion and critiques introduce aesthetic theories.
This course is a further development of the fundamentals presented
in Drawing I, including a variety of media; subject matter including
landscape, figure drawing, portrait and still life; and approaches
to personal expression in drawing. Prerequisite: 112
This course builds upon Drawing I and Drawing II. with a focus
on producing more personal and expressive drawing. Advanced composition,
communication, content and idea development are emphasized. Prerequisite:
This course consists of drawing from the nude, draped and clothed
human figure, with emphasis on study of structure, proportion
and anatomy for artists. Various media and approaches to drawing
the figure are used. Prerequisite: 212 or permission of the instructor