What we teach and their significance

What we teach and their significance

  1. Basic Drawing

Definition –is a form of visual art in which a person uses various drawing instruments to mark paper or another two – dimensional medium. It is one of the simplest and most efficient means of communicating visual ideas .The wide ability of drawing instruments makes drawing one of the most common artistic activates. 

Why Now – drawing has creative expressive and educational value, it remains fundamental translating and analysing the word.

Future Prospect – drawing is one of the art fine art study .And drawing is simply a hobby course. There are many students who wish to find their career in fin art.

Example –industrial and natural object.

 

  1. Landscape

Definition – A landscape painting or drawing refers to an artwork whose primary focus is natural scenery.

Why Now – To develop colour sense and to understand balance.

Future Prospect –  It will help them to develop the artist within.

Example – Mountains, Forests, Cliffs, Trees, Rivers, Valleys

 

 

  1. Basic Human Figure

Definition – A figure drawing is a drawing of the human form in any of its various shapes and postures using any of the drawing media.

Why Now – To learn the proportion of human anatomy.

Future Prospect – It will help them to study live human beings.

Example – Head and Neck, Gesture Line, Full Figure.

 

  1. Natural Object

Definition – Anything that occurs naturally in our sight is referred to a natural object.

Why Now – It will help them to observe, analysis and study those objects that they are surrounded by.

Future Prospect – It will help them to develop the eye of an artist.

Example – Table, Chairs, Fruits, Flowers etc.

 

 

  1. Utensil Lessons

Definition – A utensil painting or drawing refers to an artwork whose primary focus is those articles that are specially built for household uses.

Why Now – To get to know household items and study about their colours and shape.

Future Prospect – It will help them unlock their artistic skills.

Example – Knife, Fork, Spoon, Pitcher etc.

 

  1. Still Life Drawing

Definition – A still life is a drawing or painting that focuses on still objects. The subject matter is inanimate and never moves, typically with a focus on household objects, flowers, or fruits.

Why Now – To learn the art of seeing things and putting them on paper.

Future Prospect – It will help them to carry forward their talent.

Example – Pots, Apples, Jugs etc.

 

  1. Foliage Study

Definition – Foliage study refers to an artwork whose primary focus is trees and flowers.

Why Now – To know the shapes and colours of different flowers and trees.

Future Prospect – It will help them to study, draw and applying colours on flowers and trees.

Example – Flowers, Leaves etc.

 

  1. Outdoor Composition

Definition – Outdoor composition refers to an artwork in which the artist sees live scenery and draw (& colour sometimes) it on paper.

Why Now – To know the surroundings better and to improve their artistic skill.

Future Prospect – It will help them to develop the eye of an artist.

Example – Garden, Bookfair etc.

 

 

 

  1. Subjective Composition with Human Figures and Animals

Definition – Subjective composition with human figures and animals focus on composing a scenery that contains human figures and animals.

Why Now – To learn the art of composing a picture with human figures and animals.

Future Prospect – It will help them to compose large scale artwork in future.

Example – Fishmarket, tea shop, etc.

 

  1. Madhubani (Mithila) Painting

Definition – Madhubani painting is one of the many famous Indian art forms. As it is practised in the Mithila region of Bihar and Nepal, it is called Mithila or Madhubani art. Often characterized by complex geometrical patterns, these paintings are known for representing ritual content for particular occasions, including festivals, religious rituals, etc.

Why Now – To know the ancient art and culture of Bihar and Nepal.

Future Prospect – Knowing a culture in details will help them to find the root of life.

Example – Madhubani paintings mostly depict people and their association with nature and scenes and deities from the ancient epics.

 

  1. Warli Painting

Definition – Warli painting is a style of tribal art mostly created by the tribal people from the North Sahyadri Range in India.

Why Now – To know the ancient art and culture of North Sahyadri Range in India.

Future Prospect – Attaining and understanding the ancient art practice of North Sahyadri Range in India.

Example – A tarpa player, A dancing figure, etc.

 

  1. Indian Art

Definition – Indian art consists of a variety of art forms, including painting, sculpture, pottery, and textile arts such as woven silk. Geographically, it spans the entire Indian subcontinent, including what is now India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and eastern Afghanistan. A strong sense of design is characteristic of Indian art and can be observed in its modern and traditional forms.

Why Now – To know the ancient art and culture of India.

Future Prospect – It will help them with immersing in the stories of why, when, and where their family first came from and what it meant to them.

Example – Madhubani, Rajasthan painting, etc.

 

  1. Terracotta Art

Definition – In fine art, the word Terracotta (“baked earth”) is most commonly used to describe a type of sculpture, unglazed ceramic art, or decorative architecture, made from a coarse, porous clay, which is noted for its versatility, cheapness and durability.

Why Now – To learn the terracotta painting techniques.

Future Prospect – It will help them to appear as a terracotta specialist.

Example – The sunscreen of Nembro, Terracotta with a patented system etc.

 

  1. Book Cover Design

Definition – This is the technique of designing the cover of a book.

Why Now – It will help them to nurture their designing skills.

Future Prospect – They can appear as a full-time book cover designer.

Example – Bold Typography, Minimalistic Cover Designs etc.

 

  1. Calligraphy

Definition – Calligraphy is a visual art related to writing. It is the design and execution of lettering with a broad tip instrument, brush, or other writing instruments.

Why Now – Practicing calligraphy will help them to learn the art of lettering. In addition, it will also improve their writing.

Future Prospect – They can appear as a professional calligraphic expert.

Example – Calibri, Tahoma etc.

 

  1. Stamp Design

Definition – Postage stamp design is the activity of graphic design as applied to postage stamps. Many thousands of designs have been created since a profile bust of Queen Victoria was adopted for the Penny Black in 1840; some designs have been considered very successful, others less so.

Why Now – It will help them to improve their designing skills.

Future Prospect – It will help them to nurture the designer within.

Example – Rubber Stamps, Custom Stamps etc.

 

  1. Pattachitra

Definition – Pattachitra is a general term for traditional, cloth-based scroll painting, based in the eastern Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal. The pattachitra art form is known for its intricate details as well as mythological narratives and folktales inscribed in it.

Why Now – It will help them to apply colour on traditional clothes.

Future Prospect – It will support their fashion designing skills.

Example – Pattachitra depicting Radha-Krishna, Pattachitra based on Hindu Mythology.

 

  1. Craftwork

Definition – Craftwork is the art and techniques of making of decorative or practical objects by hand as a profession or leisure activity

Why Now – They will learn the art of making handmade things on their own.

Future Prospect – It will improve their craftwork dexterity and hand-eye coordination.

Example – Greetings card, Paper flower, etc.

 

18.1. Card Making

Definition – This is the art of making greetings cards for friends and families.

Why Now – It will allow them to gift their handmade cards to their friends and families.

Future Prospect – It will develop fine art and craft skills.

Example – New year card, Birthday card, etc.

 

18.2. Wall Hanging Making

Definition – This is the art of making wall sculptures and other decorative items.

Why Now – It will help them to make handmade things that people can hang from the wall.

Future Prospect – It will help them to nurture the creator within.

Example – Hanging wallpapers, Hanging decorative items, etc.

18.3. Collage

Definition – Collage is a technique of an art production, primarily used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole.

Why Now – It will help them to create artworks by tearing and joining papers (newspapers).

Future Prospect – It will unlock their power of visualisation.

Example – Landscape with colourful papers, Portrait with newspapers, etc.

 

18.4. Flower Making

Definition – This is the artistic process of making flowers with papers.

Why Now – To learn the art of making flowers with papers.

Future Prospect – It will help them with decorating home.

Example – Sunflower with marble paper.

 

18.5. Hanky and Tee Shirt Design

Definition – This is the process of designing art object on hanky and tee shirts.

Why Now – It will help them to make a design on hankies, tee shirts and other types of fabrics.

Future Prospect – It will support their fashion designing skills.

Example – Typography based designs, Graphic based designs and more.

 

 

18.6. Pencil Stand Making

Definition – This is the process of making a pencil stand with different materials.

Why Now – They will learn the art of making a pencil stand on their own.

Future Prospect – It will improve their craftsmanship.

Example – Pencil stand with spoons, Pencil stand with bamboos, etc.

 

 

 

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