ARTS 290 Painting

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course teaches students the knowledge and skills need to paint realistically in both oils and acrylics. Students acquire the basics of color theory, learning how to choose a limited palette, to see color as value, and to develop a harmonious color schemes. Students learn to build paintings on a foundation of solid drawing, attending to content, composition and color to express their ideas in visual form. Through increasingly difficult painting projects, students practice the demands of painting the still life, the landscape, and the human figure.
Prerequisites: ARTS 160, ARTS 261
Course Fees: additional fees apply to this course. They may be reviewed in the Tuition and Fee Schedule.