|CLASS CODE:||ID 404||CREDITS: 3||FEE: $15.00|
|DIVISION:||PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS|
|GENERAL EDUCATION:||This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.|
|CATALOG DESCRIPTION:||Motif and pattern development for applied design on two- and three- dimensional surfaces. Emphasis on block printing, screen printing, stenciling, and fabric painting for interiors. Faux finishes and paint techniques on sample boards, i.e., marbling, rag-rolling, stippling, sponging, combing, and metal leafing, etc.(Materials will cost approximately $75-100)|
|DESCRIPTION:||Motif and pattern development for applied design on two- and three- dimensional surfaces. Emphasis on block printing, screen printing, stenciling, and fabric painting for interiors. Faux finishes and paint techniques on sample boards, i.e., marbling, rag-rolling, stippling, sponging, combing, and metal leafing, etc. Lab Fee: $10 (Materials will cost approximately $75-100)|
|TOPICS:||Intro Paint Finish Demo-prime boards, plastic bag, sponge, feather, rag roll, spattering; white/green base, white marble - vein & complete; paint finishes; green marble - scumble; grey base on granite; green marble - glaze; granite - sponge; color paint finishes; crackle; leafing; Intro Project #2 - Stenciling; Intro Project #3 Paper Mache, Print, 3-D|
|OBJECTIVES:||At the conclusion of this course, the student will:
1. Demonstrate two dimensional design fundamentals by producing motif and pattern repeat for surface design on fabric.
2. Identify the process of fabric painting, printing, dyeing, and stenciling, and produce two finished projects using design fundamentals.
3. Demonstrate paper mache as a technique for creating three dimensional form; and incorporate applied design to the interior and experior of a form resulting in a project.
4. Develop a reference file with examples of motif and pattern inspiration, and examples of faux and paint finishes.
5. Identify faux-finishing as an innovative and creative finishing method for interiors and furnishings in the design market.
6. Produce a working set of faux finished sample boards.
7. Identify various related arts as design inspiration, i.e. ceramics, soft sculpture, painting and weaving.
8. Identify historic motifs as inspiration for motif and pattern development in the design of custom interior elements, i.e. floor cloths, pillows, fabrics, etc.
|REQUIREMENTS:||Students will produce three major projects as listed below. The student will also compile a Surface Ornamentation File of faux-finishes and design inspiration.
1. Produce at least nine faux and paint finish boards, 16" x 16" backed with felt. A carrying bag for the boards is required.
2. Design development for stencil project, i.e. floor cloth, two pillows, or wall hanging. Emphasis on pattern repeat. Produce the project on fabric applying additional textile design techniques.
3. Or, design development for fabric painting/dyeing/silk screen printing, block print or block print resist for fabric yardage. Emphasis on pattern repeat and combinations of pattern. Produce on fabric.
4. Produce a mask, bowl, box, or other three dimensional object using paper mache, and ornament the interior and exterior. Any combination of materials may be used to ornament, i.e., purchased, handmade, or found. Can be 3-dimensional, 2 dimensional ornamentation, or a combination of both.
|PREREQUISITES:||ID 101 recommended|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 2001|