ART 256 - Printmaking 3
5 Studio Hours
Prerequisites: ART 229
This is a course designed to develop the student's particular direction in printmaking processes. A personal aesthetic is identified and explored through further understanding of the print medium. Techniques for multi-colored presentations will be examined.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Arrange sequence and methodology for completion of more complex, in-depth edition prints.
- Demonstrate the ability to skillfully manage and employ advanced printmaking techniques.
- Demonstrate the ability to produce multi-colored edition prints in a variety of techniques such as: Silk screen, Wood block/linoleum prints, Etching, Callograph, Drypoint, Engraving, Mezzotint, Aquatint.
- Demonstrate an expanded technical knowledge of the printmaking process previously undeveloped.
- 3-6 projects requiring multiple prints
- Theory and practice of multicolored editions
- Development of student's personal aesthetic through choice of process
- Discussion of theoretical and practical aspects of multi-colored edition prints such as: Silk Screen, Woodblock, Linoleum prints, Etching, Callograph, Drypoint, Engraving, Mezzotint, Acquatint
The Complete Printmaker, John Ross-Romano-Ross
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 12/13/2006
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