Subject(s): Art/Art Appreciation
Exploring different mediums, students will learn various advanced techniques while focusing on design, color theory, and composition. Techniques presented in this course include various drawing and painting processes. Depending on time and interest, more techniques may be covered in this course. Students will present their work to the class and describe their inspiration behind their work. The main objectives of this course are to help students develop their eye for beauty and understanding of the principles of visual communication while engaging in a variety mediums, and to further develop the skills they may already have with familiar mediums.
Art Instructor, Callan Clark, earned a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art from Houston Baptist University where she also studied in the Honors College. She is currently working on her Master’s Degree in Painting at HBU. Though well-versed in a variety of art methods, her favorite mediums are painting and drawing. She especially loves creating lifelike portraits, and she is passionate about sharing her love of art with students and budding artists.
$12 supplies fee covers the cost of BHSC-purchased teaching materials and shared classroom supplies including construction paper, glue, canvases, and more.
Families purchase the following required supplies:
- Canson Watercolor Paper Pad, 9 x 12 Inch
- Basic Acrylic Paint Set such as Blickrylic Student Acrylics Primary Colors
- Oil Pastels Set such as Sargent Non-Toxic Oil Pastels—or—Pentel Oil Pastel Set
- Compressed Charcoal Sticks, package of 4
- Drawing Pencils Set (at least HB-4B)
- Pencil Sharpener
- Rubber/Pink Eraser
- Kneaded Eraser
- Apron or smock
- Pallet or paper plate
- Paintbrush Set (mixture of small and medium)