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OverviewEdit

Fine Arts classes study various mediums (like oils, watercolors, charcoal, pastels, etc., as well as sculpting with clay, stone, metal, etc.) and art movements throughout history. They all strive to hone their skills to be the best they can possibly be. Artists usually go on to do freelance work or own their own businesses. They may also work as gallery owners and/or consultants, teachers, portrait artists, etc.

CurriculumEdit

First Year
  • Art essentials
  • Vocabulary
  • Media
  • Techniques
  • Creative process
  • Art elements (line, space, balance, color, shape, texture, form, value)
  • Art principles (unity, contrast, variety, scale, emphasis, repetition)
  • Color theory
  • Critiques
  • Visual perception
  • Spacial concepts
Second Year
  • Two-dimensional artwork
  • Drawing (graphite, charcoal, conte crayon, etc.)
  • Painting (acrylics, watercolors, etc.)
  • Sketching
Third Year
  • Three-dimensional artwork
  • Sculpture (metal, clay, stone, etc.)
Fourth Year
  • Large-scale pieces
  • Murals
Fifth Year
  • Independent study
  • Critiques

SyllabusEdit

  • Taught by: Prof. Callista Rosewolf
  • Location: 2nd Floor
  • Time
    • First Year: Day 2, Period 7
    • Second Year: Day 2, Period 5
    • Third Year: Day 1, Period 6
    • Fourth Year: Day 1, Period 5
    • Fifth Year: Day 2, Period 4
First Year
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
Fifth Year

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