PAINTING AND DRAWING FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Non-art majors are taught fundamental concepts for techniques in painting and drawing. This semester long course begins with drawing until midterms, then delves into oil painting. Students are taught to control medium with special attention to Value, Color, Form, and Proportions.

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

This course expands visual thinking, strengthens student portfolio, and teaches basic concepts of painting. In this one week intensive program, students are given two projects that observe people, objects, or places. Using Acrylic paint as their medium students pay special attention to Value, Color, Form, and Proportions.

  PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University    Raw Umber Study   Students are directed to paint basic forms using raw umber and white. To create forms, students are asked to observe how light is being scattered on objects which includes full value range.  Oil on Canvas

PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Raw Umber Study

Students are directed to paint basic forms using raw umber and white. To create forms, students are asked to observe how light is being scattered on objects which includes full value range.

Oil on Canvas

  PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University    Raw Umber Study   Students are directed to fabric using raw umber and white. To create folds in fabric, students are asked to observe how light is being scattered on fabric which includes a full value range.  Oil on Canvas

PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Raw Umber Study

Students are directed to fabric using raw umber and white. To create folds in fabric, students are asked to observe how light is being scattered on fabric which includes a full value range.

Oil on Canvas

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life   Students are asked to choose an one or two objects to paint for the day. Students are taught subtractive color mixing to get full range of warm and cool tones.  Acrylic on Canvas Paper

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life

Students are asked to choose an one or two objects to paint for the day. Students are taught subtractive color mixing to get full range of warm and cool tones.

Acrylic on Canvas Paper

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life   Acrylic on Canvas Paper

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life

Acrylic on Canvas Paper

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life   Acrylic on Canvas Paper

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life

Acrylic on Canvas Paper

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life   Acrylic on Canvas Paper

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life

Acrylic on Canvas Paper

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life   Acrylic on Canvas Paper

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 1- Grey Scale Still Life

Acrylic on Canvas Paper

  PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University    Masters Copy- Hudson River School Artist   Students are asked to choose a master to study. This allows students to practice color mixing while noting the imperative relationship between color and value. Students are also asked to pay attention to how the artist designed their composition.

PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Masters Copy- Hudson River School Artist

Students are asked to choose a master to study. This allows students to practice color mixing while noting the imperative relationship between color and value. Students are also asked to pay attention to how the artist designed their composition.

  PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University    Masters Copy- Yi Chen  Isabel

PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Masters Copy- Yi Chen Isabel

  PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University    Masters Copy- Van Gogh Café,  Terrace at Night

PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Masters Copy- Van Gogh Café, Terrace at Night

  PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University    Masters Copy-  Artist Unknown

PAINTING AND FOR NON MAJORS- Syracuse University

Masters Copy- Artist Unknown

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 2   Students are asked to paint a self portrait holding an object. Students can use object to compare size and proportions to facial structures and/or anatomy.  Acrylic on Canvas

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 2

Students are asked to paint a self portrait holding an object. Students can use object to compare size and proportions to facial structures and/or anatomy.

Acrylic on Canvas

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 2   Acrylic on Canvas

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 2

Acrylic on Canvas

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 2

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 2

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 2

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 2

  PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute    Project 2-   Students are given the option to paint a familiar place. Using their own photography students can choose an image that creates a sense of space. Special attention is placed on value, perspective, and overlap.  Acrylic on Canvas

PAINTING SUMMER INTENSIVE -Pratt Munson Williams and Proctor Art Institute

Project 2-

Students are given the option to paint a familiar place. Using their own photography students can choose an image that creates a sense of space. Special attention is placed on value, perspective, and overlap.

Acrylic on Canvas