Houston Baptist University Catalog

ART (ART) Course Descriptions

ART 1303 Art Methods and Materials
An introductory course concerned with basic art techniques and materials. The student will become acquainted with processes and the materials of painting, drawing, printing, sculpture, and ceramics.

ART 1313 Design I
In this introductory course, the student makes a thorough study of the principles and elements of design and visual devices that make up a work of art. By means of two and three-dimensional problems, students make personal application of these concepts.

ART 1323, Design II
In this more advanced course, the student continues with a thorough study of the principles and elements of design and visual devices that make up a work of art. By means of two and three-dimensional problems, students make personal application of these concepts.

ART 2181 SPECIAL TOPICS
For course description and prerequisite(s) for this course, please contact the Dean of the School of Fine Arts.

ART 2343 Art Appreciation
This course provides a comparative analysis of various modes of expression in all of the visual arts through description and evaluation. Emphasis is made upon historical movements, language, media, and stylistic identity. The survey is designed to prompt the student to see art as a personal experience and to respond more sensitively to the visual arts in a cultural context.

ART 2371 Introduction to Applied Arts
Prerequisite(s): ART 1313, 1323, preferred but not required.
Applied Arts procedures in fiber arts, paper-making / book arts, mosaic, metal-working, and experimental forms will be researched to give the student a broad understanding of the possibilities of applied arts in terms of functional media.

ART 2372 Water Media - Painting I
Prerequisite(s): None
During this course students will be introduced to the use and development of water media techniques, both transparent and opaque. These courses will serve as preparatory for upper level painting classes both advanced and experimental.

ART 2380 Printmaking I: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
This course begins a series of introductory experiences to printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will introduce the student to a broad understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 2381 SPECIAL TOPICS
For course description and prerequisite(s) for this course, please contact the Dean of the School of Fine Arts.

ART 2382 Printmaking I: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): None
This course continues the series of introductory experiences to printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will continue to introduce the student to a broad understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 2383 Printmaking I: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
This course concludes the series of introductory experiences to printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will complete the introduction of the student to a broad understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 2384 Sculpture I: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
In this course emphasis is placed on beginning a basic understanding of three-dimensional design problems and an initial exploration of various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 2385 Sculpture I: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): None
In this course emphasis is placed on continuing to develop a basic understanding of three-dimensional design problems and an initial exploration of various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 2386 Sculpture I: Applied
Prerequisite(s): None
In this course emphasis is placed on completing a basic understanding of three-dimensional design problems and an initial exploration of various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 2387, Life Drawing I: Basic
Prerequisites: ART 2394 (2232)
This figure drawing class is a basic introduction to the following techniques, skills, and knowledge: gesture drawing, contour, cross contour, flash pose, memory drawing, descriptive poses, moving action, modeled drawing, descriptive poses, quick contour, extended contour, the long composition, studies of body parts, water color studies, oil studies.

ART 2391 Ceramics I: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
In this introductory course, students work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation with glaze formulation, glazing, firing and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 2392 Ceramics I: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): None
In this second level introductory course, students continue their work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation with glaze formulation, glazing, firing and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 2393 Ceramics I: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
In this third introductory course, students continue their work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation with glaze formulation, glazing, firing and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 2394 Drawing I: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
This course introduces students to basic exercises using various drawing media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 2395 Drawing I: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): None
This course continues to introduce students to basic exercises using various drawing media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 2396 Drawing I: Advanced
This course completes students' introduction to basic exercises using various drawing media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 2397 Painting I: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
This introduction to studio experiences course is based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 2398 Painting I: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): None
An introduction to studio experiences continues in this course. It is based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 2399 Painting I: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
An introduction to studio experiences concludes in this course. It is based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 3305 Art for the Secondary School
Prerequisite: Admission to the HBU teacher education program
This course involves the production of art using media adn processes considered appropriate for middle school and senior high school art programs. Emphasis is placed on combining technique, exploration of media and interrelation of art appreciation with art activities.

ART 3310 Art for Pre-Adolescents
Prerequisite: Admission to the HBU Teacher Education Program.
This course adds a concentrated focus on art education to an overview of fine arts history and education (including art, music and theatre). It explores the philosophy of preschool and elementary pedagogy based upon Discipline-based Art Education (DBAE) and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills standards. Practical applications for integrating the arts into a cross-curriculum program are emphasized. Also offered as INDC 3310.

ART 3315 Cultural Craft for the Pre-Adolescent Student
Prerequisite: Admission to the HBU Teacher Education Program.
This course combines a basic multicultural study of classical and traditional craft and creative problems in three-dimensional media for teaching in the pre-adolescent (EC-6) classroom. (Offered also as INDC 3315.)

ART 3316 Cultural Craft for the Adolescent Student
Prerequisite: Admission to the HBU Teacher Education Program.
This course encourages expanded multicultural appreciation of classical and traditional craft and includes practical experience and preparation for teaching a variety of fiber arts, printmaking, bookbinding, mosaic and three-dimensional design in the adolescent (6-8 and 9-12) classroom.(Offered also as INDC 3316.)

ART 3330, Gallery and Museum Practices
Prerequisite: None
The course allows students a hands-on participation of fine arts gallery management and a formal study of museum operations. Students study major art facilities in Houston and collectively organize an art exhibition as part of their course of study. May be taken by art and non-art majors (with approval by the professor and art department chair).

ART 3331, Gallery and Museum Practices
Prerequisite: None
The course allows students a hands-on participation of fine arts gallery management and a formal study of museum operations. Students study major art facilities in Houston and collectively organize an art exhibition as part of their course of study. May be taken by art and non-art majors (with approval by the professor and art department chair).

ART 3332, Gallery and Museum Practices
Prerequisite: None
The course allows students a hands-on participation of fine arts gallery management and a formal study of museum operations. Students study major art facilities in Houston and collectively organize an art exhibition as part of their course of study. May be taken by art and non-art majors (with approval by the professor and art department chair).

ART 3335, Color Theory
Prerequisites: None
An introductory course concerned with basic art techniques and materials of the study of color. The student will becme acquainted with processes and the materials of understanding and applying color theory. The course will first develop the vocabulary of color followed by the construction of the color wheel and other significant color structure formations. A major part of the course will be dedicated to the studio application of painting, drawing and design color applications by the students. The course will include the following applications of color studies: vocabulary of color, theories of color, applying color theory, color wheels, naming colors, three attributes of color, mixing of color, moving from theory to practice, using value of color, using intensity of color, using harmony of color, color in nature, symbolism of color, and creating a personal palette of color.

ART 3353 History of Art: Prehistoric through Gothic
Painting, sculpture and architecture are reflections of man¿s thinking (social, religious, and political) and the means through which he has sought to satisfy needs common to man of every age. The unique contribution made by each culture toward our art heritage is stressed along with influences of one culture on another.

ART 3355 Experimental Drawing
Prerequisite(s): ART 2394 or 2395 or 2396
Directed study of a miniimum of thirty clock hours for each hour of credit. Topics and projects are selected based on student interest and need. Open to Art majors only.

ART 3363 History of Art: Renaissance through Modern
Beginning with the sixteenth century, this study traces the development of modern art forms. Stylization, social factors, and important innovations that shape the destiny of man and his arts will be considered.

ART 3370 Printmaking II: Basic
Prerequisites: ART 2380 or 2382 or 2383
This course begins a more refined experience of learning printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithgraphy, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will give the student a more developed understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

Art 3371 Applied Art: Fiber Arts I
Prerequisites: ART 1313, 1323
Fiber Arts introduces students to natural textiles and the culturally driven techniques traditionally used to design, decorate and construct functional forms pertaining to fiber. Techniques in dyeing, printing, wax resist and bleaching will be explored, as well as procedures in assembling and embellishing.

Art 3372 Water Media - Painting II
Prerequisites: None
During this course students will have an intermediate experience in the use and development of water media techniques, both transparent and opaque. These courses will serve as preparatory for upper level painting classes both advanced and experimental.

ART 3373 History of Modern Art
This course is an overview of the development of the visual arts during the latter part of the nineteenth through the entire twentieth century. Beginning with the Post-Impressionist movement in Europe and continuing through the multitude of `isms¿ of the twentieth century, the study will progress to the present day Avant Garde ideas of the art world. Modern art masters such as Matisse, Picasso, Duchamp, Pollock, and Rothko will be a focus of the course. Movements such as Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Dadiasm, Pop Art, and Avant Gardism will be presented as each flows through the entirety of the modern movement.

Art 3374 Printmaking II: Intermediate
Prerequisites: ART 2380 or 2382 or 2383
This course continues a more refined experience of learning printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will give the student a more developed understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 3375, Art of the Renaissance
Prerequisite: None
Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Raphael created art in one of the most fascinating historical and artistic periods in Western culture, the High Renaissance. From debunking the Da Vinci code to treature hunting for Bruegel's proverbs, this course not only focuses on some of the world's greatest achievements in art and the individuals responsible for making them, it sets the stage for art in Western culture for centuries to come.

Art 3376 Printmaking II: Advanced
Prerequisites: ART 2380 or 2382 or 2383
This course concludes a more refined experience of learning printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will give the student a more developed understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 3380, American Art
Prerequisite: None
From New York to Los Angeles, from Native America to Jackson Pollock, this course traverses the US geographically, philosophically and socially in search of major influences on and developments in American Art. Students will explore art made outside the European canon and develop an awareness and appreciation for the American heritage in artistic production.

ART 3381 SPECIAL TOPICS
For course description and prerequisite(s) for this course, please contact the Dean of the School of Fine Arts.

ART 3383, European Heritage in Art History
This course will occur during art study in Europe such as Artis Study abroad in Florence. Students will be based in Florence where they will attend daily walking lectures at most of the churches, museums and galleries of Florence. On site lectures will be held five or more days a week and will vary each day depending on the site visited. Renaissance is the major area studied through students electing a side trip to Germany during the month stay in Florence will also encounter contemporary art. During this study abroad semester students will record detailed journal notes from each daily lecture.

Art 3384 Sculpture II: Basics
Prerequisites: ART 2384 or 2385 or 2386
In this course emphasis is placed on beginning a refined understanding of many three-dimensional design problems and continuing to explore various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 3385, Experimental Drawing
Prerquisite: ART 2232 or 2242 or 2252
Directed study of a minimum of thirty clock hours for each hour of credit. Topics and projects are selected based on student interest and need. Open to art majors only.

Art 3386 Sculpture II: Intermediate
Prerequisites: ART 2384 or 2385 or 2386
In this course emphasis is placed on continuing to develop a refined understanding of many three-dimensional design problems and continuing to explore various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 3387, Life Drawing II: Basic
Prerequisites: ART 1303, 1313
This figure drawing class introduces a more developed experience of the following techniques, skills, and knowledge: Gesture drawing, contour, cross contour, flash pose, memory drawing, descriptive poses, moving action, modeled drawing, descriptive poses, quick contour, extended contour, the long composition, studies of body parts, water color studies, oil studies.

ART 3388, Life Drawing II: Refined
Prerequisite(s): ART 1303 and ART 1313.
This figure drawing class continues with a more developed experience of the following techniques, skills and knowledge: Gesture drawing, contour, cross contour, flash pose, memory drawing, descriptive poses, moving action, modeled drawing, descriptive poses, quick contour, extended contour, the long composition, studies of body parts, water color studies, and oil studies.

ART 3389, Sculpture II: Applied
Prerequisite(s): ART 2384 or 2385 or 2386
In this course, emphasis is placed on accomplishing a refined understanding of many three-dimensional design problems and continuing to explore various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 3391, Ceramics II: Basic
Prerequisite(s): ART 2391 or 2392 or 2393
In this refined skills level course, students begin to mature in their work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation with glaze formulation, glazing, firing, and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 3392, Ceramics II: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 2391 or 2392 or 2393.
In this second refined skills level course, students continue to mature in their work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation continues with glaze formulation, glazing, firing, and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 3393, Ceramics II: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): ART 2391, 2392, or 2393
In this third refined skills level course, students continue to mature in their work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation continues with glaze formulation, glazing, firing, and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 3394, Drawing II: Basic
Prerequisite(s): ART 2394 or 2395 or 2396
This course introduces students to a more refined series of drawing exercises using various media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 3395, Drawing II: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 2394 or 2395 or 2396
This course continues to guide students through a series of refined drawing exercises using various media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 3396, Drawing II: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): ART 2394 or 2395 or 2396
This course completes the refined series of drawing exercise using various media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 3397, Painting II: Basic
Prerequisite(s): ART 2397 or 2398 or 2399
This course begins a series of more refined studio experiences. It is based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 3398, Painting II: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 2397 or 2398 or 2399
This course continues a series of more refined studio experiences. It is based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 3399, Painting II: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): ART 2397 or 2398 or 2399
This course concludes a series of more refined studio experiences. It is based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 4181 Special Topics
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor and the Dean of the College.
Directed study of a minimum of thirty clock hours of credit. Topics and projects are selected based on student interest and need. Open to Art majors only.

ART 4381 Special Topics
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor and the Dean of the College.
Directed study of a minimum of thirty clock hours of credit. Topics and projects are selected based on student interest and need. Open to Art majors only.

ART 4392, Senior Seminar: Studio
Prerequisite: See Senior Seminar note in Undergraduate Degree Requirements in the HBU Catalog.
This course provides a format for the production of a body of art works in a studio setting. The student will go through a process in which s/h presents a written document presenting the proposal for the body of works, the process by which the works are to be made or produced, and the aesthetic ideas which are the basis of the works. Part of the research includes meeting with the entire Art faculty for the purpose of enriching the possibilities for the chosen media. The final grade will be determined by a jury of the entire Art faculty.

ART 4461, Apprenticeship I: Advanced Studio
Prerequisite: Advanced Studio Art (Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, or Water Media) course at either the 3000 or 4000 level.
The HBU Art Apprenticeship Program is an art studio concentration for individual art students who are accepted on an individual basis to do academic work in an apprentice capacity with one of the artist-in-residence members of the faculty. The students will be accepted into the program by invitation from the department chairman upon a review of the student's portfolio and academic records by the department's artists-in-residence. Upon acceptance into the program, the student will work toward individual semester hours designed as Apprenticeship credit hours.

ART 4462, Apprenticeship II: Advanced Studio
Prerequisite: Advanced Studio Art (Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, or Water Media) course at either the 3000 or 4000 level.
The HBU Art Apprenticeship Program is an art studio concentration for individual art students who are accepted on an individual basis to do academic work in an apprentice capacity with one of the artist-in-residence members of the faculty. The students will be accepted into the program by invitation from the department chairman upon a review of the student's portfolio and academic records by the department's artists-in-residence. Upon acceptance into the program, the student will work toward individual semester hours designed as Apprenticeship credit hours.

ART 4463, Apprenticeship III: Advanced Studio
Prerequisite: Advanced Studio Art (Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, or Water Media) course at either the 3000 or 4000 level.
The HBU Art Apprenticeship Program is an art studio concentration for individual art students who are accepted on an individual basis to do academic work in an apprentice capacity with one of the artist-in-residence members of the faculty. The students will be accepted into the program by invitation from the department chairman upon a review of the student's portfolio and academic records by the department's artists-in-residence. Upon acceptance into the program, the student will work toward individual semester hours designed as Apprenticeship credit hours.

ART 4464, Experimental Painting
Prerequisite: (ART 2397 or 2398 or 2399) and (ART 3397 or 3398 or 3399).
Directed study of a minimum of thirty hours for each hour of credit. Topics and projects are selected based on student interest and need. Open to Art majors only.

ART 4471, Applied Art: Fiber Arts II
Prerequisite: ART 1313, 1323
Students will complete an introductory experience of natural textiles and the culturally driven techniques traditionally used to design, decorate and construct functional forms pertaining to fiber. Techniques in dyeing, printing, wax resist and bleaching will be explored, as well as procedures in assembling and embellishing. Further development of experimental forms will be studied to encourage students to expand their awareness of the vast potential of fiber arts and the impact upon community culture.

ART 4472, Water Media - Painting III
Prerequisite(s): None
During this course, students will have an advanced experience in the use and development of water media techniques, both transparent and opaque. These courses will serve as preparatory for upper-level painting classes--both advanced and experimental.

ART 4480, Printmaking III: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
This course begins the final more complex series of printmaking learning experiences. Students in this course will start to apply more highly developed printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will give the student a more sophisticated understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 4482, Printmaking III: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 3370 or 3374 or 3376
This course continues the final more complex series of printmaking learning experiences. Students in this course will apply more highly developed printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will give the student a more sophisticated understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 4483, Printmaking III: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
This course completes the final more complex series of printmaking learning experiences. Students in this course will apply more highly developed printmaking procedures in relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, and experimental forms. The course will give the student a more sophisticated understanding of the possibilities of the printmaking media. Individual solutions are encouraged after basic technical procedure has been learned.

ART 4484, Sculpture III: Basics
Prerequisite(s): None
In this course, students begin to develop a more advanced understanding of the many three-dimensional design problems associated with sculpture. Students will continue their exploration of various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 4485, Sculpture III: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 3384 or 3386 or 3389
In this course, students continue to develop a more advanced understanding of the many three-dimensional design problems associated with sculpture. Students will continue their exploration of various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 4486, Sculpture III: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
In this course, students complete a more advanced understanding of the many three-dimensional design problems associated with sculpture. Students will continue their exploration of various media in a variety of approaches including additive, subtractive, manipulative, and casting techniques.

ART 4487, Life Drawing III: Basic
Prerequisites: ART 1303, 1313
This figure drawing introduces students to an advanced experience with the following techniques, skills, and knowledge: Gesture drawing, contour, cross contour, flash pose, memory drawing, descriptive poses, moving action, modeled drawing, descriptive poses, quick contour, extended contour, the long composition, studies of body parts, water color studies, oil studies.

ART 4488, Life Drawing III: Refined
Prerequisite(s): ART 1303, 1313
This figure drawing class completes the advanced experience with the following techniques, skills, and knowledge: Gesture drawing, contour, cross contour, flash pose, memory drawing, descriptive poses, moving action, modeled drawing, descriptive poses, quick contour, extended contour, the long composition, studies of body parts, water color studies, oil studies.

ART 4491, Ceramics III: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
In this first advanced course, students begin to produce more complex work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation continues with glaze formulation, glazing, firing and search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 4492, Ceramics III: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 3391 or 3392 or 3393
In this second advanced course, students carry on with more complex work using hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation continues with glaze formulation, glazing, firing, and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 4493, Ceramics III: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
In this third advanced course, students complete complex work with hand-built and wheel-thrown techniques of forming pottery. Experimentation concludes with glaze formulations, glazing, firing, and the search for a form language that expresses the individual are emphasized.

ART 4494, Drawing III: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
This course begins the final series of drawing courses. This course introduces students to more complex exercises using various drawing media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 4495, Drawing III: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 3394 or 3395 or 3396
This course continues the final series of drawing courses. Students in this course will work on more complex drawing exercises using various media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 4496, Drawing III: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
This course completes the final series of drawing courses. Students in this course will continue to work on complex drawing exercises using various drawing media and subject matter with emphasis on the human figure. Anatomical rendering, contour and value drawing are studies that will be utilized in the student's ultimate development toward a personal approach to drawing.

ART 4497, Painting III: Basic
Prerequisite(s): None
This course begins the more complex series of studio experiences based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 4498, Painting III: Intermediate
Prerequisite(s): ART 3397 or 3398 or 3399
This course continues the more complex series of studio experiences based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.

ART 4499, Painting III: Advanced
Prerequisite(s): None
This course concludes the more complex series of studio experiences based on problems designed to acquaint the student with the possibilities of various painting media and approaches to painting. Students are encouraged to explore and develop a personal direction for their work.