ART 332 Figure Studies: Composition and Anatomy
An advanced studio course in figure studies. This course is essential for all students interested in rendering the human form and creating dynamic and expressive figure compositions. Through drawing and sculpting, students will learn how to rapidly build and compose figures. These quick studies will focus on the expressive and conceptual potential of the body. The second half of the course will focus on learning how to see, interpret, and render the body with attention to human anatomy. One larger representational figure sculpture will be created to this end. Throughout the course, attention will be given to the history and significance of the human form in culture and art history as well as how to create, view, and interpret artworks that represent the human body within a Christian worldview. Prerequisite(s): ART 230 or ART 310 or permission of instructor. 6 hours studio. Course fee $120. Offered Fall. 3 hour(s).
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