This course will introduce students to the fundamental issues in sculpture such as material, context, form, scale, structure, and space. Sculptural processes of additive and subtractive construction will be used to explore various sculptural methods during the course of the class. Emphasis will be on students executing, understanding and discussing quality craftsmanship, successful composition, productive conceptualization and creative problem solving. Introduction to basic tools, processes and safety practices will be employed in the creation of sculptural ideas. Preparation of a portfolio of the students work is required. *One full credit (18 weeks) must be earned in the previous level for entry into the next higher-level sculpture course.
Prerequisite & Recommendations:
Prerequisite: Art 1*