VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS ARTIFACT #3: FINE ART
In Stage Lighting Design 362 at Boise State University, the instructor, Raquel Davis required us to re-create a painting or picture every week and to apply lighting analysis to it. As we re-rendered we would write out our emotional response, study the 5 properties of light, create a Ground Plan, Elevation and Section lighting diagram as if we would be creating this for a theater. These are done with a variety of mediums: charcoal pencil, watercolors, chalk and acrylic paint. Hover over each painting to see who the original artist was and who I was trying to re-create.
The following slide show is a collection of fine art artifacts created during art classes at Walla Walla University (freshman year 1988-1989) and North Idaho College (1995). Shape, form, abstract drawings done in pen, charcoal and pencil. ART 184 and 185 (Intro to Drawing), ART 161 and 162 (Design); ART 244 and 245 (Commercial Art).