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studio art

Instructors

Fr. Michael Winkels, mwinkels@fenwickfriars.com, ext. 312
Ms. Tracey Carey, tcarey@fenwickfriars.com. ext. 271

Survey of Studio Art

The Survey of Studio Art course is a class designed to explore the visual arts. Students will experience working in various media through studio projects, written and oral critiques, and art history. Areas of concentration may include,but are not limited to drawing, digital photography, painting, sculpture, printmaking (block printing and screen printing), batik, and ceramics. Students will learn new techniques and develop a visual and structural understanding of both 2D and 3D media with an emphasis on observation and effective utilization of materials, processes and concepts relating to both the elements of art and the principles of design. This course fulfills the Fine Arts graduation requirement.

2-Dimensional Studio Art (Levels I-IV)

The 2D Studio Art Class is designed for highly motivated students interested in exploring and developing their 2-Dimensional studio art skills. This class is offered on four levels. Students may work in their preferred medium(s) and will be required to complete a personal portfolio of work by the end of the semester. There will be group and individual critiques during the making of and on the due date of each assignment.

Students may work in the following media: drawing (pencil, conté crayon, charcoal), water color, acrylic painting, print-making (block and silk screen), batik, multi-media or digital photography. Advanced Levels will also work in Lithography, Aquatint and photo silk screen. Survey of Studio Art is a prerequisite.

3-Dimensional Studio Art (Levels I-IV)

The 3D Studio Art Level I Class is designed for highly motivated students interested in exploring and developing their 3-Dimensional studio art skills. Students may work in their preferred medium(s) and will be required to complete a personal portfolio of work by the end of the semester. There will be group and individual critiques during the making of and on the due date of each assignment.

Students may work in the following media: sculpture (ceramic, found object), ceramics (hand building, wheel), repoussé, stained glass, mobile or mixed media. Survey of Studio Art is a prerequisite. 

Events

  • Semester Art Shows