Required: 2 credits of Fine or Practical Arts or Foreign Language
Art courses count as Fine Art
Introduction to basic elements of design through drawing, painting, sculpture, print making, and art history. Sculpture students will learn the basics of 3-D designthrough a variety of media with an emphasis on clay. Projects may include hand-built pottery, sculpture (human and animal forms), tile making, and the study of sculpture in our own and other cultures.
Drawing teaches the basic elements of drawing using pencils, ink, markers, and colored pencil to make still life drawings, portaits, and cartoons. In Painting, the student will gain a working knowledge of color mixing and color schemes using tempera, watercolor, and acrylics to make still life paintings and nature landscapes.
Art Seminar 12
Prerequisites: Senior students who has 2 art credits and teacher approval.
Advanced students will work independently in a media they select under the guidance of the art teacher.