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Watercolor Painting III
Course: ART265

First Term: 1995 Fall
Lec + Lab   3 Credit(s)   6 Period(s)   5.1 Load  
Subject Type: Academic
Load Formula: S

Description: Continuation of watercolor painting with emphasis on control and expression

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Contrast and practice the use of various water soluble media. (I)
2. Describe a variety of watercolor media surfaces and preparation. (II)
3. Describe the elements of a watercolor painting, including design, drawing, and color. (III)
4. Visit museums, galleries, and/or exhibitions to view examples of historical and contemporary painting. (IV)
5. Create and maintain an idea sketchbook, using a variety of resources. (V)
6. Describe and apply various methods of presenting watercolors, including framing, matting, and mounting. (VI)
7. Evaluate and analyze one`s own work and the works of other watercolor artists. (VII)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Water Soluble Media
   A. Transparent
   C. Opaque
   D. Ink
   E. Other
II. Watercolor Methods
   A. Terminology
   B. Painting surfaces, preparation, and use
   C. Water soluble applications and techniques
III. Watercolor Elements
   A. Design
   B. Drawing
   C. Color structure
IV. Historical and Contemporary Artists
   A. Research of representative works
   B. Galleries, museums, and exhibitions
   C. Other resources
V. Idea Sketchbook
   A. Sources
   B. Maintenance
   C. Artistic development
VI. Presentation Methods
   A. Framing
   B. Matting
   C. Mounting
   D. Others
VII. Evaluation Criteria
   A. Analytic methods
   B. Self-evaluation
   C. Group critique
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6/27/1995

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