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Gray | Wed | 8/14 - 10/2 | 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Abstract Drawing 2 is an 8-week course that continues the focus on abstract and non-objective techniques, composition, and elements of art and principles of design that students learn in Throughout the course, students will continue to learn how to use thumbnail sketches to brainstorm their artwork's context, concept, technique, or style, and compose basic elements such as line, shape, form, texture, value, and space with imagination within a composition. This class will allow students to have a more free range of self-driven assignments that they can create abstractly or non-objectively. We will explore different abstract exercises and projects such as abstract portraits, abstract landscapes, abstract still-life within spaces, and cubical forms and patterns. At this level, students will be introduced to Color Schemes and Color Theory. Students will continue to learn how to simplify complex forms, shapes, or light to convey the essence of what they see onto paper in a composition or format. Students will continue to explore the art fundamentals of composition, spatial relationship, value contrast, color, local value, light logic, value distribution, pattern, texture, and rendering, with a strong emphasis on imagination and creativity. If you are a creator who loves to create artwork with simple elements but wants to advance to a more complex level, this is the class for you!

Prerequisite: Abstract 1