Artists often turn to photographs as sources of visual information for their paintings. This course will focus on three approaches to painting from photographic sources. Photorealism: a detailed rendering of the photographic image with minor deviations from the source photograph. Painterly Figuration: a looser, more abstract approach where the photographic image is not necessarily followed closely. Composite Imagery: an approach where various photographs are combined to create a single source image. Students will use either acrylic or watercolour. A supply list will be provided.
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