Portland State College. Department of Art
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) in Art
Art -- Technique, Painting -- Technique
1 online resource (18 leaves)
The thesis is in the form of a commentary on the development of my work from the beginning of this year. The studies have followed a general pattern of closed to open, or linear to painterly. Numerous changes in attitude towards the basic elements of composition, and their use, have taken place. Among those most frequently mentioned are: line, dark and light, intensity and warm-cool color relationships. In connection with these compositional elements, surface texture, subject matter and various media are discussed. Some consideration is given to conflict between conceptual and media orientations. The effect of this conflict in a teaching situation completes the general outline of the thesis.
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