Aug 05, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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ART 2240 - Painting II


Credits: 3

This sophomore-level course provides an overview of more advanced skills and concepts in painting. The course includes an exploration of varying subject matter as they study the relationship between figure and ground. As students begin to define their individual directions, creative integration of concept, drawing, painting, color, and composition become important concerns. Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to demonstrate knowledge of research skills and its application to individual process, and begin to apply this to their practice.

Prerequisites: ART 1140 - Painting I  

Course Learning Outcomes:
  • Students execute individual studio projects, a variety of painting techniques and the appropriate materials associated with each technique.
  • Students Present individual creative process strategies through critiques and discussions, and strategize their process and product with historical and/or contemporary issues/ theories and in its relationship to culture/society.
  • Student recognizes and demonstrates understanding of a diptych, Triptych and a series of paintings. Students arrange work according to the elements of art and principles of design.

ART 2240 Course Learning Outcome Rubric  

Required Course Materials:

  • 8” x 10” or larger sketchbook, Bristol board or canvas pad.
  • Pencil, HB
  • Color pencils, set of 12
  • xacto knife with blade replacments
  • Oil or Acrylic Paint
    • Acra Crimson or magenta, Phthalocyanine Blue, Titanium White (large tube) yellow Hansa or Cad yellow light Ivory Black
    • Cad Red Medium,
    • Burnt sienna
  • Brushes:
    • Round #1 and #2 , round #7 flat #6 recommended brand Da Vinci Russian Red Sable Brush
  • Gesso
  • cheap large flat wide brushes
  • Palette (approx. 14” x 18 “) can use plexiglass
  • Quarter inch tape
  • Clip on lamp
  • Stencils - letters, numbers, images
  • collage items, magazine, copies of photographs
  • rubber stamps, can purchase or make you own with rubber and a linoleum cutter
  • ink for stamping
  • sandpaper
  • rubber cement or resist medium



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