ART231 :  Drawing I

Drawing I serves as an introduction to the visual language through the traditional processes, tools, and materials used in the practice of drawing. The concepts of basic composition, formal elements of design, and material techniques are explored in conjunction with placement, scale, subject matter, pictorial balance, volume, value, mass, spatial depth, and hand-to-eye coordination. Critical thinking skills and design vocabulary are exercised in individual and group critiques addressing the integration of form with content. Discussions and presentations of drawing ideology expand the students' techniques and perceptions of themselves as artists within a historical and contemporary context. Sequential.
Credit Hours: 4
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