Two- and Three-Dimensional Design

1 Trimester - .5 Credits
Prerequisites: Introduction to Art and Teacher Recommendation

Course Description: This course is a study of basic principles of 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional visual organization and skills. It includes line, value, texture, color, shape, and other elements of form as they relate to 2D and 3D art and
design. The studio work includes drawing, painting, printmaking, graphic design, copper foil embossing and sculpture and is accompanied with lecture and the study of art criticism. Students will use a variety of media from paper-mache to recycled materials to create sculptural art forms. Students who have completed a middle school or previous art experience comprised of Introduction to Art requirements are eligible to register for this course.

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