Found in Art
Students can expect a wide variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional experiences in this survey course. Students will be encouraged to think creatively as they develop ideas for their various assignments and discover their personal preference for creating two or three- dimensional art. The elements and principles will be stressed and art history will be an informal component. Some media possibilities could be pencil, tempera, watercolor, clay, paper-mache, wire, tooling metal, scratchboard, mixed media and others.
About the Teacher
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world." Albert Einstien