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1 COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS Fall 2014 ART WATERCOLOR PAINTING Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 9:30PM in room 312. This class meets at the CANYON COUNTRY CAMPUS room 601 on Sierra Highway. Instructor: P.Vogler; Units: UC: CSU, May Be Taken 4 Times Student Learning Outcome: 1. Lecture SLO: Analyze historical and contemporary watercolor techniques. 2. Lab SLO: Demonstrate watercolor techniques in traditional and contemporary works This course introduces the use of transparent watercolor media, including instruction in the techniques of wet into wet, dry brush, glazing and direct painting applications. In addition to developing painting skills we will also explore and employ many fundamental art concepts dealing with design, color and concept development. At the end of this course you will have a greater understanding for and appreciation of watercolor as a medium for creative expression. You will have developed a basic understanding of color theory and its application to your work. You will be able to recognize and employ various principles of design. You will be able to produce images using a number of popular watercolor techniques such as: Flat washes, blended washes, broken washes, graduated washes and wet and dry-brush techniques. You will be able to critique and analyze your work and the artworks of others based upon strength of imagery, concept, creative use of process, materials and craftsmanship. We will examine and understand the historical development of watercolor techniques and practices through slide and video lectures. Continuous sketchbook work will be required and field trips will be organized. I hope you have an enjoyable, successful and productive semester. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

2 Evaluation and grades will be determined by: Efficient use of class time. Completion of work on time. Proficiency of techniques. Sketchbook work/gallery/museum report. Essays Portfolios Presentation (Active and constructive discussions during critiques.) Class participation (Participation points are given for the effective use of class and lab time which includes critiques, shop set-up and clean-up). I cannot assist you if you are absent. Excessive absences or tardiness will affect the quality of your work and will affect your final grade. Remember Please be on time and be ready to work. Lab and Critique schedule Week 1: we will go over the syllabus, student responsibilities, the supply list and we will participate in introductory drawing exercises. Week 2: I will demonstrate paper preparation for watercolor painting. We will then be ready to explore color mixing, brush handling and color testing. We will work in sketchbooks practicing brushwork. Week 3: I will be discussing basic color theory. We will develop a color wheel using a limited palette; three or six colors. We will work in sketchbooks on the design for the project. We will begin creating a series of three paintings that utilize a limited pallet (a palette restricted to the primary colors: red, yellow and blue). Week 4: You will create secondary colors (orange, green and purple) by overlapping primary color glazes. Each individual painting upon completion should be dominated by an individual secondary color for instance; one painting should have an orange theme, another a green

3 theme and finally a painting with a purple theme. Week 5: will be a painting lab day for the secondary color paintings. Week 6: we will look at and discuss as a group the completed color theme paintings. After the group critique we will be exploring Elements and Principles of Design with emphasis on Value, Space, Balance and Emphasis. Painting exercises will follow. We will work in sketchbooks on the design for the project. Week 7: we will start 3 small studies in 3 color combinations; grey scale, monochromatic, analogous or complimentary, using a glazing technique. Followed by 2 larger scale projects that will consist of producing image (still life, landscape) that relies on mood as a central element, a mood created by utilizing value as the essential element. Week 8: will be a painting lab days. Week 9: we will look at your three value studies. Week 10, 11 and 12: will be painting lab days. Week 12 and 13 we will critique your mood value scale paintings. We will also start looking at color in terms of temperature and start a project that utilizes a warm and a cool palette. We will work in sketchbooks on the design for the project. We will create two paintings of the same subject one will employ primarily a warm palette the other a predominately cool palette. Week 14 we will critique the warm and cool paintings. After the critique I will give a lecture and demonstration of one and two point perspective and then I will introduce the next project. We will be looking at ways to manipulate the illusion of depth in a painting by incorporating aspects of both warm and cool palettes. I would like you to create a painting that will include an illusion of depth in either a still life or landscape composition. We will work in sketchbooks on the design for the project. Week 15: will be a painting lab day. On Wednesday 11/4/09 we will critique your transitional warm/cool depth paintings and begin working on a split complimentary color study as well as developing ways to create the illusion of texture. (Still Life, Landscape, Cityscape). We will work in sketchbooks on the design for the project. We will critique your split complimentary color studies. I will introduce

4 variety of approaches to developing an image. We will discuss concept of abstract vs. representational and will explore experimental techniques. We will be working on a single painting that incorporates various experimental approaches. Week 16: We will have lab day to finish projects and prepare for final review, on Thursday we will have our final critique. Details for the final portfolio presentation will be given week prior to the final. All students are required to attend all class critiques and presentations. Schedule is subject to change.

5 Watercolor materials list: There are many brands of watercolor paints available and they vary in quality as well as price. Schminke watercolors are of a high quality professional grade and expensive. Winsor & Newton are very high quality yet not as expensive as Schminke Cotman Watercolors, Yarka, Talens, are a student grade products that is user and pocketbook friendly however Cotman lemon yellow is not worth picking up. Watercolor sets are often available and could save you some money. You can complete this course using three primary colors: lemon yellow, magenta and a process blue such as thalo blue. It would be preferable for you to have two yellows a warm and a cool, two reds a warm and a cool, and two blues a warm and a cool in your palette. With a little practice you will be able to use these three or six colors to mix just about any color you desire. Six color palette (tubes or pans): Cadmium yellow deep or a warm yellow such as Hansa yellow deep or new gamboge. Winsor yellow or a cool yellow such as lemon yellow or Hansa yellow light. Ultramarine blue. Thalo blue (Phthalo blue) a cool blue such as Winsor blue. Cadmium red scarlet or a warm red such as vermilion or Winsor red. Alizarin crimson or a cool red such as magenta or carmine red. Three color palette: Magenta or process red. Lemon yellow, hansa yellow light or process yellow. Phtalo blue or process blue. Brushes: #12 watercolor round, #6 or #5 watercolor round, 1 flat watercolor wash brush, #1 detail brush. The following colors and materials are optional and are not necessary for completion of this course. You may want them for your personal color palette enhancement and enjoyment: Earth colors: (optional and are not necessary) Raw sienna, Burnt sienna, Raw umber, Burnt umber, Ivory black or lamp black.

6 Additional colors: (these colors will fill out your palette but are not necessary) Yellow ochre. Van dyck brown or sepia. Viridian green. Sap green. Indigo blue. Rose madder. Gum Arabic for assisting paint lifting. A liquid frisket: such as Incredible White Mask, Winsor and Newton Art Masking Fluid or Art Maskoid. A roll of art masking tape. A paper stretching board such as a drawing board, 1/4 ply wood, sheet of masonite or a sheet of 1/2 gator board. An acoustic ceiling tile will work fine they are lightweight and inexpensive. A palette for paint mixing. Natural sponge. Xacto nife or set of razor blades. You may need a staple gun and staples (easyshot brand can be found at home depot for about $9.00 I like to use 1/4 staples. A basic drawing kit that would include a few pencils, erasers etc. Sketchbook. Paper towels. Water container. I like to have two; one for cool colors and one for warm colors. Jars can be found in the studio. Watercolor paper. 140lb Arches cold press watercolor paper is an industry standard however there are many other excellent choices. The paper is available by the sheet (22 X30 ) in block form pre-stretched or in a pad. You will need a small watercolor pad for class exercises and testing your colors and large pad (min. 18 X24 ) for class projects. A set of watercolor pencil would be nice to have in your drawing kit. These can be purchased as a set or individually. If you choose to use just one select a neutral color, a gray or graphite. You can use this pencil for a layout drawing that will dissolve under your watercolor painting. I like to have red, yellow and blue watercolor pencils in my kit for sketching Recommended books Book 1 Author: Scott, M. Publication Date: 2009 Edition: English Title:The Watercolor Artist's Bible: An Essential Reference for the Practicing Artist Publisher: Chartwell Books Book 2 Author: Marian E. Appellof Publication Date: 1992 Edition:. Title:Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Watercolor Publisher: Watson-Guptil Publications

7 WATERCOLOR PAINTING - SYLLABUS QUIZ Print your name and sing 1. If you are late to class, which of the following is most likely to occur? a. You will be marked tardy and points will be deducted. b. You will find a locked door c. You will be spoken to after class d. You will be given a tardy pass 2. If you leave the class early, which of the following is most likely to occur? a. You will be marked tardy and points will be deducted b. You will be given an extra assignment c. You will spoken to after class d. You will be given a tardy pass 3. If you do not drop the class before the drop deadline, which of the following is the most important to know? a. Your instructor must assign you a failing grade b. Admissions and Records does not automatically drop you c. You must withdraw before the drop deadline d. All of the above 4. How many days are you allowed to miss this class before the drop deadline? a. As many days as you want b. Two days c. Four days d. Two weeks, excluding holiday 5. If a real emergence occurs on a day that there is a critique or your portfolio is due, which of the following is mandatory in order to receive consideration from your instructor? a. You must your instructor before the class and be prepared with official documentation b. You must your instructor after class c. You must call your instructor after class d. You must show up next time ready to go

8 6. If you miss a class, without make-up and extra credit work, what are the consequences? a. 1% grade reduction for each absence b. Participation points deducted, final grade progressive reduction c. 3% grade reduction d. 4% grade reduction 7. In order to receive full credit for a Portfolio, you must: a. Turn in your portfolio with signed and dated projects, on time, including appropriate evaluation rubric. b. Leave your portfolio in class anytime c. Turn in the rubric only. d. Turn in your selected projects. 8. If you are late to class on the day we have a painting lab; a. the door will be locked b. your participation points will be reduced. c. you will have to call in advance d. you will have to bring a tardy pass 9. How many tardies are equal to an absence? a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four 10. If you disrupt class proceedings and do not follow studio work ethics, which of the following may happen? a. Your instructor will give you a verbal warning b. You will be removed from class c. You will be referred to the Dean of Students d. All of the above may happen

9 11. What will happen if your cell phone goes off in class? a. Your instructor will be very unhappy b. Your instructor might answer your phone c. You will be required to turn it off immediately d. All of the above 12. What is the instructor policy regarding personal musical players? a. Keep it off at all times b. Ask for permission to use it, turn it off when instructor is talking c. Use only I-Pods d. Use it whenever you can 13. What is your instructor s name? a. Pablo Picasso b. Paolo Passolini c. Pavel Vogler d. Mr. Pavlov I RECEIVED CLASS SYLLABUS AND CALENDAR AND I WILL ABIDE BY THE C.O.C. AND MR. VOGLER S RULES AND REGULATIONS. Print your name Sign Date

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