Intro Printmaking: Image Construction II: Color + Form
Course No. PRI 201 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Barbara Chira
Drawing is what connects all of the art and design fields together; it is the oldest of all arts. Using printmaking to expand drawing practices will be the challenge of this course. From mark making to multiple layered prints, this course will challenge image building to address form and color generating multiple and unique impressions. This lithography and experimental studio enables the student to develop a body of work while meeting the technical and conceptual challenges of the lithographic process. Students build matrices through drawing, painting, stencils, toner transfers and digital files, on stone, aluminum plates and polyester pates. This allows the student to work with a variety of process that can be intertwined to create multiply possibilities. Notes: Open to all students as an introductory level course. Encouraged for Second and Third year students with a drawing emphasis as an Elective Studio. Required for Second Year Print Majors. Offered spring.
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