3 Credit Hours
This course investigates two-dimensional principles (line, value, texture, shape, form and composition), color theory (structure, terminology, and optical and psychological dynamics) and light (how it affects our perception of form and color). Using art and nature as sources, students employ a variety of media to explore sensory and emotional, as well as intellectual, aesthetic concepts. Course work includes lecture, demonstration, studio work and critique for both art majors and non-art majors.
|ART117-01: Color/Light/Design||Bone, Elizabeth A.||Open: -8 / Reg: 23 / Max: 15|
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