• Drawing & Painting 3

    2017-18

    Theresa heinz

     

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    This course further develops the student's concepts acquired in Drawing 2 by applying creative assignments using black & white and color media, such as: graphite, charcoal, pastel, color pencil, watercolor and acrylic paint with more intense focus on personal context. Some subjects will be still life, figurative drawing, perspective drawing and drawing from life. Students will continue to study accomplished artists, good design practices, and art history as it relates to the lessons. Students will create drawings and paintings using a variety of media, addressing a wide range of concepts, as well as gain understanding of their potential as a visual creator.  Students are required to maintain a sketchbook and produce a portfolio of paintings with evaluation based on technical growth and exploration of visual ideas.

    STUDENT LEARNING  OUTCOMES:

        After successful completion of this course students will be able to:

    1. Show growth in skill and ability to manipulate media on various surfaces.
      2. Analyze, interpret, and discuss two dimensional work from various time periods.
      3. Understand and fully utilize in effective compositions the aesthetic qualities, elements and principles of art.
    2. Demonstrate the value of an active sketchbook/journal for continuous entries for personal growth. .
    3. Create assigned drawings and paintings and be evaluated, and be able to verbally defend their own work and analyze the work of other artists
    4. Participate in critiques of assignments by contributing commentary on visual analysis of technique and composition.
    5. Know and use vocabulary associated with making art in both oral and written forms.
    6. Self- select projects for inclusion in portfolio.

     

     

    TOPICAL OUTLINE

    Create a Portfolio of 13 pieces  based on a THEME

    THEME may be: a particular image, style, idea, political or social cause, goal, collection, adventure, sport, person, tree, eyes, flower, feather, bird, leaf, shoe, bottle, anchor, fish, hands, architecture, music (this image should be included in EVERY project in some way

    10 DIRECT OBSERVATION DRAWINGS:

    3 must relate to the THEME

    Must include:

    Pencil value, Charcoal, Pastel, Colored pencil

    And then any combination of the above

    5 COMPLETED PAINTINGS:

    ALL  must relate to your THEME

    May include:

    Watercolor, Acrylics, Oils

    Any combination of materials such as: oil pastel with watercolor, watercolor with ink

    5 PERSONAL CHOICE PIECES:

    ALL  must relate to your THEME

    May include:

    Any of the drawing and/or painting media listed above

    Collage

    ** Writing a reflection of progress at 1st qtr. Mid term and 3rd qtr.

    GRADING

    ALL FINISHED PIECES ARE BASED ON STATED CRITERIA FOR EACH PROJECT

    ALL PROJECTS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ON TIME TO AVOID LATE PENALTIES

    AtTENDANCE

    ATTENDANCE WILL BE RECORDED DAILY

    SEE CODE OF CONDUCT PG. 10-12

    CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

    Students are expected to be punctual, courteous, honest and focused.  First infraction: discucssion between teacher and student, second infraction:

    Parent phone call, Third infraction:  detention assigned