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Painting

subject PAINTING
 
teacher docent MgA. Roman Franta
assistant MgA. Lukáš Miffek
 

anotation

The basic objective of this studio is to create conditions for the development of individual personality with fine artistic expression. Students will learn the specifics of painting schools and styles, their main - and the less known - representatives - particularly in the context of their overlaps with other developmental stages of the painting to the present. Great emphasis will be placed on developing  ability to separate personal development from art fashion trends and finding own factions - whether in line - or confrontation - with contemporary art. Thus, education artistically expresses personality, which is not a subject to easy solution and yet is able to rely on art historical traditions. The subject will bring freedom to the artist, who is fully aware of its responsibilities towards their work and society.

Teaching communication with students is both collective and individual. Welcomed are disputation with students about their work. In each semester students are given assignments and usually a student can work on their own project.

A thesis, in which a student must be able to formulate also via writing and a personal presentation by an expert committee,  can be considered as an important element in the educational process, which thus leads to an optimal synthesis capability development candidate. Assignments are always adequate to the study year and students experience. Basic education is the focus on visual, artistic expression, not only in the form of an easel painting, but also in other related forms (illustration, poster, graffiti, computer modifications, etc.). Artistic expression of the student is not formally limited. During the course, students get a complex technical and technological knowledge in the field of painting techniques. They will get acquainted with classical and contemporary techniques and technologies with the issue of the composition and construction of the image. They will be able to express in visual form. They will acquire the specifics depictable and abstract expression. Students will gain a solid ability to draw by animate and inanimate models. They learn to work with basic graphic computer programs and use them in the creation of documentary materials. A graduate will understand the problems of art,  will possess cultural sensitivity and the ability to further develop and cultivate creativity personality.

 
syllabus 1. semester 1. History of painting -  pattern and presen
2. Classical and contemporary techniques
2. semester 3. Preparation of a media (colours, pigments, screen)
4. Light, colour, composition, perspective, form and content of an artwork
5. Drawing sketches (charcoal, pencil, Rudka, pastel) pictures - convert to the image format
3. semester 6. Drawing of a non-living object (still life, sculpture)
7. Drawing of a model (portrait, figure, act, sketches of movement)
4. semester 8. Wet techniques (ink, aquaral, quache)
9. Acryl painting – figurative, figural
10. Oil painting -coloured layers, imprimitur, painting alla prima, spatuala
11. Queer techniques– encaustics, airbrush
5. semester 12. Abstract and asamle picture
13. Plein air painting, nature theme, the urban landscape, the construction of architectural objects
6. semester 14. Documentation and installation of pictures for gallery purposes and theoretical reflection

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