ART1114 - Painting I
Meets MnTC Goal Areas 2 and 6. Students examine historical and contemporary painting approaches and directions in their beginning experiences with acrylic and/or oil paint, including the study of basic concepts, techniques, formal issues, technology, imagery, color theory and pigment theory.
- Demonstrate basic visual elements of art and principles of design that are common to all works of art.
- Demonstrate the use of the language of painting to make an effective personal and expressive statement.
- Apply the fundamental methods and techniques of painting using color, form and space.
- Create original paintings that explore a variety of formal and conceptual problems, and demonstrate a visual vocabulary and the ability to make effective aesthetic judgments.
- Demonstrate an increased appreciation of the vital role and value the fine arts and humanities have on the development of culture.
- Explain and evaluate the effectiveness of personal artwork and the work of others through critique.
- Demonstrate an understanding of health and safety issues within the discipline.
2. Critical Thinking
6. The Humanities and Fine Arts