Week 7

Tues Oct 3
8:15am - 11:20 am
Rm 755
Main campus

Thu Oct 10
8:15am - 11:20 am
Rm 755
Main campus

Week 8

Tues Oct 10
8:15am - 11:20 am
Rm 755
Main campus

Thu Oct 12
8:15am - 11:20 am
Rm 755
Main campus

Week 9

Tues Oct 17
8:15am - 11:20 am
Rm 755
Main campus

Thu Oct 19
8:15am - 11:20 am
Rm 755
Main campus



Mid-term Portfolio Review
Mon Oct 23 midnight

Download Mid-term portfolio template

Metaphysical Self-Portrait
Due: Thu Oct 19

Sequential Art .ppt

Cloud Atlas
Due: Thu Sep 28


*Drawing (detached from pad)
*Remove chads
*Clean up stray marks and smudges
*Spray drawing
Sign your name  
*Submit artist statement

Artist statement

In one or two paragraphs describe the values you set out to establish with your drawing. Did you meet with success?  This obviously includes rendering light and dark values but could also include values related to mood, technical emphasis or greater self-expression. Be prepared to read your statement to the class.

Still Life Drawing
Due: Tues Sep 12

Site Drawing
Due: Tuesday, August 29
Upload your file to this folder

Prof. Perry Vasquez

noon- 3 pm
Rm 707




Drawing ll is an intermediate class that will teach students how to build on the fundamental representational skills acquired in Drawing l. During the course of the semester, students will further explore drawing as mark-making, as gesture and as pattern. Students will be asked to rely more on their ability to research imagery and to create an archive of images to draw inspiration from. This increased reliance on conceptual approaches to drawing will require students to develop the power of imagination.

Futhermore, students will gain insight into their own creative process through a survey of creative methodologies, beliefs and ideas about perpception and reality. At the end of the semester students will be able to demonstrate a growing command of drawing basics as well as an improved ability to discourse about drawng as a philosophical practice.