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This class will teach students to render three-dimensional forms on a two-dimensional surface. The emphasis will be divided between the observation and analysis of light (which is the medium of vision), and how to suggest its effects in rendering (which is the essence of drawing). The student will study the basic principles of light-revealing forms, form shadow and cast shadow, reflected light and highlights, and, through a series of dark to light value studies, the rendering of geometric still-life shapes and plaster casts. Continual reference will be made to the human body, which is the main reference point of all classical design.
Instructor: John Woodrow Kelley, ICAA FellowPre-Requisites: NoneCost: $130 for members, $160 for non-membersRequired Materials: choice of charcoal or conte chalk (black and white), choice of 18 × 24 inch Strathmore charcoal paper or 18 × 24 sheets of toned pastel paper, kneaded eraser, and notebookCredits: 7 AIA LUs