Hector Munoz-Guzman - Camouflage Study

drawing / imaging


How is meaning constructed and communicated through visual images? In this studio course, you use traditional drawing and digital imaging methods to explore the conceptual, aesthetic, and formal qualities that inform how ideas and impressions are expressed on a two-dimensional plane. We will explore visual organization, representational and abstract forms, and engagement through observational drawing, photography, digital image creation, and the integration of a variety of media. The tools and methods acquired in this course form an introductory platform that you will build upon in your upper-level courses. Inflections for the course are: Language, People and Places & Things.
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student work

Steven Lin "Cartography - Digital Grisaille" Steven Lin

Steven Lin "Cartography - Digital Grisaille"

Jonna Marie Grigelevich "Eleventh Grade" Jonna Marie Grigelevich

Jonna Marie Grigelevich "Eleventh Grade"

Jade Warren "Value Judgement Diptych: Marshmallows and Tomatoes" Jade Warren

Jade Warren "Value Judgement Diptych: Marshmallows and Tomatoes"

Justina Yeung "Life Drawing to Silhouettes" Justina Yeung

Justina Yeung "Life Drawing to Silhouettes"

Hector Munoz-Guzman "Camouflage Study" Hector Munoz-Guzman

Hector Munoz-Guzman "Camouflage Study"

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