Jul 02, 2022
ART 235 - Printmaking II
Printmaking II is a continuation and advancement in learning the skills and techniques of fine art printmaking. Students create works of art that depend on a technical understanding of various printmaking methods. Students further skills in visual communication, drawing, design and color. Requires additional lab time outside of class.
Recommended: ART 110 , ART 120 , or ART 111
Prerequisite(s): ART 230
- Progress beyond the basic techniques and processes of fine art printmaking in the areas of relief (linocut), intaglio (drypoint), monotype and collograph.
- Apply the principles of 2-D Design and drawing techniques to create a graphic image and produce multiples of it in print media.
- Employ advanced printmaking skills combined with visual literacy and color theory.
- To begin to recognize and produce professional looking work.
- Further develop personal visual expression.
- More fully understanding of the distinctive nature of fine art printmaking.
- Confidently and appropriately use standard print processes and technique including the use of tools, presses, inks, and paper as well as prepare plates, and register print blocks for multi-color images.
- Recognized and produce specific qualities of hand made fine art prints, e.g. overlays, transparency, offset and multiple images.
- Use specialized vocabulary and communicate clearly about the visual experience through critique discussions.
- Solve more complex visual and technical problems within a printmaking studio and in relation to the limitations of the media.
- Identify artists and styles within the history of the field of fine art printmaking.
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