ART 294 - Watercolor: Introduction
A beginning course in watercolor for art and non-art majors. Emphasis on introducing and understanding the watercolor medium, basic color theory, and compositional development. Students create and analyze projects that demonstrate critical and creative thinking and knowledge of watercolor media, history, and practice. May be repeated up to 9 total credits.
Prerequisite: ART 131 , drawing experience, or instructor consent.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Achieve a working knowledge of the methods, materials and techniques needed to paint the kind of watercolor statements he/she wants to make.
2. Be able to make watercolor paintings which reveal a significantly increased capability in the medium of watercolor painting, in relation to his/her ability, intelligence and industry.
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