ART 117 Drawing II

3 credits, Spring

Focuses on drawing as a means of organizing and expressing ideas. This course expands upon basic skills and techniques taught in Drawing I, emphasizing communication and personal expression through use of composition, color theory, and abstraction. Students draw still life, interior, landscape, portrait, and the live model subjects to improve and expand their practice. Emphasis is placed on expressing ideas using a variety of materials and approaches in traditional, digital, and experimental media. Students will present and discuss their work and the work of their classmates during faculty-led critiques. Art history and visual culture references are incorporated into lectures and projects. This course includes studio and lecture. Students will need to purchase supplies/materials for this course.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in ART 116