Intensive AP Studio Art
♦ Who Will Need Intensive AP* Studio Art?
Since students have busy schedules, our Intensive AP® Studio Art course is a perfect fit with online art lessons providing a flexible schedule.
♦ With iArt institute curriculum, we will help you every step of the way!
1. Creative Project
iArt Institute team created projects for students to have fun and get the best score, using their creativity and their own voice along with building upon great foundation skills. All of our online art lessons are focused around the requirements for the college entrance application.
2. Digtal tools and New Technology
We help our students to use digital tools and new technology to express their feelings and thoughts through art. iArt Institute introduces digital fabric printing and 3D printing for our young artists so they can create the most outstanding portfolio and impress college admissions.
♦ Breadth projects the students will complete include:
INK AND TEXTURE COLLAGE
This project is about creating an arrangement of invented textures and values through splatters, black and white washes, dry brush effects and expressive lines to create a textured composition with an achromatic value from light at the top to dark at the bottom.
POSITIVE/NEGATIVE SPACE DRAWING
This 2-part project is to understand the difference between positive and negative space (or figure/ground). Positive space (figure) means that the person, object, or thing is emphasized and drawn (on right). The negative space (ground) emphasizes the background.
Create a playful pastel self-portrait from a funny photo of yourself.
Create a pencil still life showing only areas of value.
INVENTIVE LINE DRAWING
Make an inventive, colorful painting with watercolor washes and ink or pencil.
SHOE STILL LIFE
Draw shoes with white chalk or white colored pencil on black paper capturing a variety of shoe textures by drawing in reverse.
This project consists of creating contour lines with an ink pen to activate the composition with strong expressive marks and a variety of line weight.
COLORED PENCIL CLOSE-UP
Create an abstract or non-objective circular colored pencil drawing based on a close-up or cropped magazine image containing lots of color, shapes, and design.
DRAWING WITH PHOTOGRAPHY
As a photographer, fine artist and conceptualist, Ben Heine has been conjuring up not one but three new categories of art blending together three separate disciplines. In his Pencil versus Camera works he first takes a photograph and then overlays a section of that photo with a photo of his own hand holding his pencil sketch over a portion of the original photo.
VISUALIZATION OBSERVATIONAL DRAWING
- Line Sensitivities:
- Drawing and Redrawing
- Figurative Collage
- Interior Architectural Drawing
- “Ant’s” View Drawing
- Digital Drawing