Ceramics &

Sculpture 3

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Students in Ceramics 3 explore clay, decorative techniques, printmaking and sculptural form more in-depth than students in Ceramics 1 & 2. Everything from making clay to firing the kilns will be explored and experienced. Students learn a variety of advanced decorative techniques for finishing their artwork. Students are challenged to utilize their previous knowledge, skills, and new learning when developing personal responses to artistic challenges.

The prerequisite for this course is a passing grade of "C" or better in Ceramics 2.

Syllabus

Projects & Concepts

Ceramic Vase

Nonomura Ninsei

Tea Leaf Jar

Edo Period

MOA Museum, Atami, Shizuoka, Japan

Make Your Mark: Advanced Decorative Techniques

 

GOAL: create and decorate three (3) functional pottery pieces with advanced techniques using line, texture and space to create a sense of rhythm and repetition.    

Mary Huynh

Divinity

Reductive Linocut Print

Meaningful Mantras: Advanced Printmaking

 

Students will use line and space to explore unity/variety in an edition of prints inspired by a mantra or a personally important message.

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Action Figures: Figurative Ceramic

 

Students will use form and texture to explore scale/proportion to create a unique artwork inspired by human and/or animal figures that demonstrate movement.  

Katherine Redding

Figure Sculpture

Hand-built stoneware clay

Rhythm & Cycles: Alternative & Mixed Media Sculpture

 

Students will use volume and mass to explore rhythm & repetition in occupied and unoccupied space to create unity in an artwork inspired by the idea of cycles.

Haley Shelton

Spring

Mixed Media Sculpture

Zhibek Nurtaza

Untitled

Graffiti Relief Sculpture

Personal Choice: Investigation & Creation 

 

Students will use personally selected elements & principles of art, techniques & processes to design and create an artwork inspired by a topic of their own choosing.