student self portrait/ Painting 1 - ART 227 & Art 228 - Mercedes McDonald
|Course:||ART 227 & Art 228|
Painting 1 students will start the semester with a series of quick paintings on primed surfaces. These are designed to teach basic painting techniques and observational skills while reinforcing the student’s knowledge of value and color. These will be both class and homework assignments. As the class progresses, students will transition to more open ended assignments.
Painting 2 students will complete predefined, open ended assignments. These projects are designed to broaden advanced visual and conceptual skills while encouraging self-exploration.
Prerequisites - ART 124A Beginning Drawing or ART 140 Beginning Design 3 units - UC/CSU Transferable This course introduces beginning painting techniques, pictorial design, and composition. Includes exploration of various media such as oil and acrylic.
What to Expect in this Course
All work will be done with traditional painting mediums, photographed and uploaded to Canvas.
Class time is used to work in studio with under the guidance of your instructor via Zoom. Make sure you have the best internet connection you can get. It may be possible to get help with a weak connection by calling your provider.
Students are expected to attend class during class hours. Attendance will be taken. Students missing the first class will be dropped from the roster.
Types of Assessments
Critiques, lectures, image presentations, live ZOOM sessions, Canvas discussions, assignments and quizzes
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Art supplies specific to this course are required. Please see the Supply page in Canvas Modules for a detailed list with approximate prices, which run between $100. to $135. Supply list available upon request.
No textbook is required, see the class syllabus for reading recommendations.
Other Relevant Course Information
All work will be done with traditional painting mediums, photographed and uploaded to Canvas. Students are expected to attend class during class hours, attendance will be taken. Class time is used to work in studio with under the guidance of your instructor via Zoom. Be ready to do some of the required work outside of class.
If you are looking for a fun and challenging summer class, this is it.
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
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- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
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Last updated: 08/10/2021 Sub#: 503