Students are expected to:
• cultivate their personal skills in basic visual knowledge, through drawing exercises from a natural model (nature, still life, urban landscape, nude model), with various materials (charcoal, ink, pencil, etc.).
• become familiar with the organization and presentation of complete visual compositions from a natural pattern, through color exercises and various materials (oils, acrylics, watercolors, etc.).
• practice observation in order to distinguish and evaluate methods related to the theoretical field of study of Art.
• understand the conceptual fields of Art and deepen the creative thinking that concerns the composition, through practical exercises of design and color.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Drawing exercises from a natural pattern (nature, still life, urban landscape, nude model), with various materials (charcoal, ink, pencil, toner, etc.).
Color exercises from a natural pattern, with various materials (oils, acrylics, watercolor, etc.).
Special exercises of the three basic colors and gray, exercises with Chinese ink, watercolor, acrylics, toner.
Design and composition is an ongoing practical, theoretical and conceptual search.