Watercolor II deals with advanced problems in watercolor painting with special emphasis on individual development and creativity particularly in the area of compositional conceptualization. Group 2 course.
Required Prerequisites ART 165
General Education Outcomes supported by this course
Critical Thinking - Direct
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Describe skills and techniques appropriate to watercolor painting.
- Describe elements of good composition.
- Explain why innovation, style and creativity are essential in painting.
- Use color mixing techniques.
- Demonstrate watercolor concepts from one painting to the next.
- Analyze the composition and underlying structure of a painting.
- Employ problem solving strategies that incorporate self-reflection and research.
- Demonstrate independent work ethic as a painter.
- Students will transfer learned painting skills and techniques.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- Use the content in this course to inform and help correlate research and imagination to develop others and themselves.
- Interact with others when painting.
Learning How to Learn:
- Learn an appreciation for the variety of techniques available to execute compelling works of watercolor art.
- Identify influences on artwork.