Painting II SyllabusInstructor: Mrs. VillanoContact Information:Wyoming Area School DistrictRoom 177570.655.2836 ext. 2177Website: www.teacherweb.com/pa/wyomingarea/mrsvillanoE-mail: email@example.comTextbook:Exploring Painting; Davis Publications, Inc; Worcester, Massachusetts, 2003Course Description:
This course is intended for students committed to the practice and refinement of skills introduced in Painting. Classes will include lecture, critique, discussion, and studio experience. Designed for intermediate and advanced students.
- The students will be able to:
- Describe, analyze, interpret and judge works by themselves and others
- Understand and appreciate paintings created by others
- Gain the knowledge, skill, and confidence needed to improve their own painting efforts
- Solve design problems
- Original thinking
- Create unique works, offer new ideas, and give form to their deepest feeling
Each student is responsible to hand in a total of six pages per quarter of inspiration and one artist profile per quarter.
Painting and grade eleven or twelve.
Units of Study:
Watercolor, tempera, and acrylic paints will be used to refine skills in color theory, painting techniques, portraiture, landscape, still life, and mural painting.
The final grade is an average of the homework, projects, and activity grades.
Incomplete Policy:Students will not be given an incomplete grade in the course without sound reason and documented evidence as described in the Student Handbook. For a student to receive an incomplete, he or she must be passing and must have completed a significant portion of the course.
- Sketchbook/journal entries
- Project Assessments
- Artist Profiles
- Artist Statement
- Classroom Maintenance