This course is designed to teach you the skill of drawing so you can enjoy drawing successfully, or you can teach your students to draw. Drawing can also be used in the classroom in other subject areas to promote critical observational skills and reinforce and enhance learning. Contrary to popular belief, drawing is a skill and not a talent. Well-known “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” techniques taught by Professor Betty Edwards guide you step-by-step, beginning with very easy exercises, to accomplishing portraits and drawings of room interiors. This course focuses on the five skills necessary to draw successfully. It will show you how to draw what is in front of you by helping you to get into the “right” state of mind so you can perceive clearly and without preconceived notions. The five basic skills are supplemented with various “tricks” and techniques to help you and your students see and draw like an artist.
THIS COURSE IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE ONLINE FORMAT.
This course is applicable towards the following certificate(s):
*Art History and Appreciation for the Classroom
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Top Reasons to Enroll Online!
*Easy, self-paced platform
*Freedom to work on your course where Internet is available
*Requires only basic computer skills
*No papers or handouts to accidentally lose
*Receive books and/or DVDs in the mail
*Quicker turn around time for grades
*Online Chat available
*Ability to print coursework for your records at anytime