Drawing II builds upon the concepts covered in Drawing I. The students will use basic geometric forms as a means of analyzing the structure and volume of progressively more complex geometric as well as organic forms including an introduction to the human form. Students will also be required to articulate spatial relationships using both line and tone. Weekly homework assignments will be given in conjunction with classroom assignments. Students will learn about the materials and process of drawing through demonstrations given by the instructor. Throughout the semester, art history will be referenced to illustrate concepts discussed in the course. Relevant examples of art history will be shown through digital images, books and museum trips. Students will also learn basic vocabulary and concepts that they will put into practice during classroom critiques and discussions.
Additional course fee: $135.