Mar 29, 2020
ART 111 - Drawing II: Composition 5 Credits
Progressive drawings composed of line, shape, value-tone and pattern taken from still-life materials. Continued study of the compositional elements and principles of spatial organization in a wide variety of drawing media.
Designed to Serve Art transfer, vocational and continuing education students.
Active Date 2011-07-06
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Shared Learning Environment Yes
Contact Hours: Lecture 33 Lab 44 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 77
- Humanities Area II
1. Line drawings from still-life composition
a. Non-spatial lineal organization.
b. Spatial â�� description of line as movement in space.
2. Restricted value (tone) definition of shapes taken from still life (volume)
3. Redistribution of value (tone) relationships.
4. Static composition: close value, stable shapes.
5. Dynamic composition: high contrast value, active shapes.
6. Composition with static and dynamic balance.
7. Composition with pattern versus mass relationships.
8. Equivocal shapes composition.
Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate an awareness of spatial relationships expressed by objects in space (figure and ground).
Demonstrate the skillful use of line as description, movement and expression.
Demonstrate understanding of the process of abstraction through scale manipulation.
Demonstrate understanding of use of value (tone) relationship expressed by objects in space (figure and ground).
Develop drawings which possess qualities of content, concept, and individual interpretation.
Execute structure through pattern and motif to achieve compositional unity.
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