A one semester course that follows Basic Design where students explore negative and positive space as they work with various sculptural materials including wire, foam board and wood. Students will improve their building skills as they continue to use the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design.
Complete projects on time
Have a sketchbook for specific assignments
Keep accurate notes
Study for tests
Participate in discussions
WIRE/TISSUE PAPER SCULPTURE
This project involves creating a self-standing structure using armature wire and tissue paper. Students learn to use pliers to shape the wire into recognizable objects, figures in action and animals were also represented. The pieces become solid as the tissue paper is added. Students research a famous monument or sculpture in a city of their choice and discuss their findings in class.
The structure is put together using foam board, tempera paint and “found objects” combining with an array of materials which fit a favorite theme. The project brings together all skills learned in both Basic Design and 3-D Design.
COURSE STARTS JANUARY 2019