Painting themes: gestures of colour, birth of colour, primary colours, poetry of colour
Themes relating to the world/nature: the elements, minerals, plants, animals
Themes related to the mankind: human form, people and spaces, the nature of the invisible, man and cosmos
Collect and collate background knowledge. Open up to enlarge the scope of experiences through the senses, through the realms of thinking and feeling.
Experiment with substance; experience the potential of material and formal qualities.
3. Practical exercises
Concrete practical exercises help students develop painting and drawing skills and knowledge.
Artistic analysis ‒ formulation of a process. Exchange within the group.
Bringing together the different steps of study to reach a synthesis of work pieces; painting, drawing or other artistic form. Individual development of a selected project within the given theme.
Students are encouraged to experiment with a wide variety of materials and techniques; including acrylics, pigments, earth pigments, oils, watercolours, ink and plant colours on various image carriers: canvas, wood, cardboard, paper, etc.