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1 COLLEGE OF THE REDWOODS Art 23: Painting Semester & Year: Spring 2014 Course ID and Section Number: ART- 23- M5429 (035429) Number of Credits/Units: 3 Day/Time: Mondays & Wednesdays 1:30 4:40 PM Location: Room 206, Mendocino Coast Education Center Instructor s Name: Anne Beck Contact Information: Office location and hours: by appointment Phone: LCCM, cell anne- Course Description (catalog description as described in course outline): A course that introduces the fundamentals for oil and acrylic painting, including value, color, composition, space, impasto, and glazing techniques. This course presents both traditional and contemporary techniques and approaches. Student Learning Outcomes (as described in course outline) : 1. Demonstrate proficiency with a wide range of materials and techniques, including mixing, blending, proper use of tools and mediums, proper substrate preparation, color mixing, and basic color theory. 2. Create paintings that successfully demonstrate the expressive and experimental characteristics of line, value, composition, space, impasto, glazing, and the spatial, emotive, and symbolic properties of color. 3. Create paintings that successfully evaluate and respond to historical, contemporary, multicultural, and interdisciplinary materials, concepts, and approaches in painting. 4. Evaluate and critically assess class projects and artworks presented in lectures using relevant terminology in oral or written formats. Special accommodations: College of the Redwoods complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Please present your written accommodation request at least one week before the first test so that necessary arrangements can be made. No last- minute arrangements or post- test adjustments will be made. If you have a disability or believe you might benefit from disability related services and may need accommodations, please see me or contact Disabled Students Programs and Services. Students may make requests for alternative media by contacting DSPS. Academic Misconduct: Cheating, plagiarism, collusion, abuse of resource materials, computer misuse, fabrication or falsification, multiple submissions, complicity in academic misconduct, and/ or bearing false witness will not be tolerated. Violations will be dealt with according to the procedures and sanctions proscribed by the College of the Redwoods. Students caught plagiarizing or cheating on exams will receive an F in the course. The student code of conduct is available on the College of the Redwoods website at: College of the Redwoods is committed to equal opportunity in employment, admission to the college, and in the conduct of all of its programs and activities.

2 COURSE SCHEDULE: (Schedule may be revised as needed.) Week 1 January 20 January 22 Week 2 January 27 January 29 Week 3 February 3 February 5 Week 4 February 10 February 12 Week 5 February 17 February 19 Week 6 February 24 February 26 Week 7 March 3 March 5 Week 8 March 10 March 12 Week 9 March 17 March 19 Week 10 March 24 March 26 Week 11 March 31 April 2 Week 12 April 7 April 9 Week 13 April 14 April 16 Week 14 April 21 NO CLASS, Martin Luther King Jr. s Birthday Introduction, Syllabus Review, MyCR Overview, Intro to Painting Fundamentals HOMEWORK: gather supplies, bring prepared painting substrate, brushes, medium, white paint, and enough colors to make a brown or gray, or black to class Monday. Introduction to Project #1: Value & Composition Monochromatic Painting Studio work: Value & Composition - Monochromatic Painting Introduction to Project #2: Color & Complementary Contrast Studio Work: Color & Complementary Contrast Introduction to Project #3: Vanitas Painting (Back to Basics: Food, Water, Clothes, Shelter) Studio Work: Vanitas Painting: Value & Composition Studio Work: Vanitas Painting: Value & Composition NO CLASS, President s Day Project # 3 due for Exhibition at end of class today Introduction to Project # 4 : Color of Light & Optical Mixing Studio Work: Color of Light & Optical Mixing FIRST FRIDAY MARCH 7, Back to Basics Exhibition OPENS Studio Work: Color of Light & Optical Mixing Midterm Critique & Projects #1, #2, & #4 are DUE Today NO CLASS Spring Break NO CLASS Spring Break Introduction to Project #5: Color Symbolism & Color Harmonies: Expressionistic Painting Demonstration on Stretching Canvas Studio Work: Color Symbolism & Color Harmonies: Expressionistic Painting Studio Work: Rhetoric of Color & Color Harmonies: Expressionistic Painting Studio Work: Rhetoric of Color & Color Harmonies: Expressionistic Painting Introduction to Project #6: Modern & Contemporary Techniques Introduction to Project #7:

3 April 23 Week 15 April 28 April 30 Week 16 May 5 May 7 Week 17 May 12 May 14 Final Critique, Projects #5, #6, & #7 due Today. Work Returned & Art Party of our making Attendance Policy: Attendance is crucial for this course. Please arrive on time & do not leave early. Three absences over the course of the semester will affect your class participation grade. If you are late three times it counts as one absence. If you leave early, it counts as being late. Excessive Absence: If you accumulate four or more unexcused absences, I consider this to be excessive absence, and you will be automatically dropped from the class. The only excused absences are serious illness (with doctor's note), family illness/death or school- related event or trip. If you are absent, it is your responsibility to find out what your assignments are. Grading: To receive an A in this course, you must complete all assignments and put a high level of thought and craftsmanship into each project. You must also participate in in- class discussions & critiques, and field trips. The grading breakdown is as follows: Course Projects - 80% Class participation & engagement - 20% Participation: 20% of your grade is determined by your participation in the class. This means showing up on time (with all of your materials), completing all assignments and remaining engaged throughout the entire class period. There is never a reason for you to rush through a drawing or project and sit bored through the rest of the class period. I expect you to participate for the entire class period. If you have time remaining, sketch or start another painting. Communication It is imperative that you use our MYCR site: portal (Remember that your username is you first initial, your last name and the last 3 digits of your student ID number. Your default password is your 6- digit birth date.) I will post this syllabus & also post lectures and additional handouts on MyCR. Access to a computer with internet is important for this course. Please see me if this is impossible for you. MATERIAL LIST: 1. Drawing Supplies: 2B Drawing Pencil 1 Stick Soft Vine Charcoal Kneadable Eraser 2. Paints (acrylic Liquitex or Golden Brand - or oil Gamblin, Daniel Smith, or Utrecht Brand): Required: Cadmium Red (or Cadmium Red Hue, or Napthol Red)

4 Cadmium Yellow (or Cadmium Yellow Hue, or Hansa Yellow) Ultramarine Blue Titanium White (or Titanium- Zinc White) Optional: Alizarin Crimson Phthalo Green (Pthalo or Thalo Green) Phthalo Blue (Pthalo or Thalo Blue) **** These will allow you to more easily mix red- violet to violet & a variety of blue greens as well as a fantastically rich black- like color. 3. Mediums and Solvents: For Oil: Stand Oil (small container) Damar Varnish (small container) Turpenoid, Gamsol or Turpentine (medium container) For Acrylic: Acrylic Gloss or Matte medium (explore other mediums and gels, as you like) Spray bottle/mister for water to keep your work surface & palette from drying out 4. Ground: Acrylic Gesso (for oil and acrylic) 5. Brushes: Select a variety of FLAT & ROUND brushes: at least 2, 1 wide at least 2, ½ wide a few (five or so) smalls (less than ½ ) Large Brush (3 or 4 wide) for applying gesso (Cheapest at Norvel s Paint Store) (If you already have brushes, just bring those in, and we ll see how they need to be augmented) 6. Other Supplies: Palette knife for mixing Palette Scraper & single edge razor blades (hardware store) For Acrylic: A large container for water For Oil: Two mason- size glass jars with sealing lids Cloth Bag or tool- box to hold your supplies Cloth Rags (or a roll of paper towels) A Palette ideally a glass palette, but can also be lightweight plastic, wood or Masonite palette, or a disposable palette pad. Sandpaper 150 or 200 grit, 2 sheets to start Sharpie Marker Sketchbook 6. Substrates: Before Midterm: 2 Pieces of Heavy Paper, Masonite or Plywood Panel, Stretched Canvas, Canvas Board or Canvas stretched on a drawing board. Size: at least 18 x 24 (Projects #1 & #2) 1 Piece of Masonite or Plywood panel. Size: at least 18 x 24 (Project #3) stretched on a drawing board. Size: at least 10 x 12 (Project #4) After Midterm: (these we will discuss in depth later on) stretched on a drawing board. Size: at least 24 x 36 (Project #5)

5 stretched on a drawing board. Size: at least 3 x 4 (Project #6) For Project #7: you will determine your own sizes & substrates. Please note: Some of these supplies might need to be periodically replenished throughout the semester. Material Sources: Racines, Franklin Street, Fort Bragg (10% discount with syllabus in hand) Norvels south Franklin Street Rossi s North Stewart Street (Masonite & Plywood Panels 4 x 8 sheet of masonite is 22.10) Important dates to remember: Last Day to Add a Class: 1/24/14 Last Day to Drop and Receive a Refund: 1/31/14 Last Day to Drop without a W (no refund): 2/2/14 Last Day to File for P/NP Option: 2/13/14 Last Day to for Student Initiated Withdrawal (no refund): 4/4/14 Last Day to Petition to Graduate: 3/6/14 Grade Scale: A 94% and above Excellent A- 90%- 93% Excellent B+ 87%- 89% Good B 84%- 86% Good B- 80%- 83% Good C+ 77%- 79% Satisfactory C 70%- 76% Satisfactory D 60%- 69% Poor F 59% and below Failing

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