Our Courses

Two years Advance Diploma in Fine Arts - Regular / Part time

Course Curriculum: 
The objective of the course is to enhance and refine the skills of the Hidden Talents. Nurture them to understand the methodologies, Materials and Fast Changing Techniques

Diversified inspiring classes/workshops for introductory, intermediate & advanced level students. We offer Fine Art Diploma  courses in Delhi and N.C.R for all levels of students.

  • FIRST Year Course Content

    DRAWING

     

    a) Free hand Drawing 

    b) Objects and Nature study 

    c) Different Techniques: 

    - Proportion, Volume 

    - Visual Perspective 

    - Eye Level & Vanishing Point 

    - Horizontal and Vertical lines 

    - Bold and Rhythmic lines 

    - Relationship between lines 

    - Value and Texture 

    - Sketching from different angles 

    d) Indoor and Outdoor sketching. 

    e) Medium - pencil, charcoal, dry pastel, pen and ink.

     

    STILL LIFE

     

    a) Introduction to various techniques. 
    b) Study of foreground and background with drapery.
    c) Texture study with different materials like cloth, wood, glass, 
    bronze, mirror, china clay, terracotta, etc. 
    d) Selection and arrangement of objects. 
    e) Eye level, source of light, tonal variation, composition. 
    f) Drawing from different angles

    g) Details about light & shades. 

    h) Medium - Graphite pencil, pencil colours, oil pastel, charcoal, acrylic 

    colours, oil colours.

     

    LIFE DRAWING

     

    a) Free hand drawing of human figure to study proportion. 
    b) Stick drawing and Block drawing. 
    c) Basic anatomy, Head study from different angles.
    d) Full figure study. 
    e) Quick sketching and Finished sketching. 
    f) Sketching practice of different parts of body 
    g) Different models for age specific characters 
    h) Detail life drawing study on full sheet.

     

    LANDSCAPE

     

    a) Outdoor trips for landscape study. 
    b) Selection of artistic view with picture frames. 
    c) Detail study of variation in sunlight. 
    d) Addition and elimination, simplification, eyelevel and 
    Vanishing Point. 
    e) Perspective, balance and rhythms in composition. 
    f) Study of Cityscape and Seascape 
    g) Medium -Graphite pencil, charcoal, crayon, water colours and oil colours.

     

    PORTRAIT

     

    a) Technical details, measurements. 
    b) Detail study of skull, character and expression.
    c) Use of models for practice. 
    d) Super realistic portraits through graphic techniques. 
    e) Medium -Graphite pencil, charcoal, dry crayons, water colours and oil colours.

     

    NATURE STUDY / FOLIAGE

     

    a) Detail study of different trees, leaves, flowers. 
    b) Outdoors trips for nature study. 
    c) Medium -  Graphite pencils, oil pastels, pen and ink, pencil colours, water 
    colours.

     

    COMPOSITION

     

    (a) Principal of design, distribution of space. 
    (b) Importance of line, tone, texture, colour, form, content.
    (c) Negative and Positive Designing
    (d) Design exercise in different media.
    (e) Different figurative composition practice
    (f) Medium - Graphite pencils, Acrylic colours, Poster colours.

     

    USE OF MEDIUM IN DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES

     

    1. H.B. Pencil & Shading pencils.

     

    a) Shading Gradations

    b) 20 Shades with single pencil

    c) Light to dark technique 

    d) Dark to light technique

     

    2. Charcoal

     

    a) Drawing with charcoal stick.

    b) Life drawing and portrait.

    c) Reverse painting with eraser.

    d) Use of cloth and cotton.

     

    3. Pencil Colours

     

    a) Study of colour wheel

    b) Mixing of two colours

    c) Tonal variation 

    4. Dry Crayons (Pastels)

    a) Different effects with different techniques

    b) Abstract & Semi abstract painting

    c) Fixing method

     

    5. Oil Pastels

     

    a) Still life

    b) Figure drawing

    c) Creative Drawing 

    d) Landscaping 

     

    6. Water Colours

     

    a) Theory

    b) Wet and wet technique

    c) Use of hand made paper

    d) Light to dark effect

    e) Outdoor practice

    f) Creative painting

     

    7. Oil Colours

     

    a) Theory

    b) Techniques

    c) Types of brushes

    d) Use of Spatula, roller

    e) Preservation

    f) Detail practice

     

    8. Acrylic Colours

     

    a) Use of Acrylic Colours

    b) Texture Work

    c) Mixing Work

    d) Experimental Work

    e) Abstract & Semi abstract painting

    f) Contemporary Art

     

    THEORY- Part- I What is Art? 

     

    1. Indian Art 

    2. Western Arts

     

  • SECOND Year Course Content

    Still Life

    Self arrange composition
    More Artistic Object
    More Detail in different Texture
    Medium –Graphite Pencils , Oil colours or Mix Media

    Life Drawing

    Detail Full sheet practice
    Anatomy
    Drapery Study
    Medium – Graphite pencils , Charcoal ,Oil colours

    Portrait

    Live Portrait Practice
    Super Realistic details
    Different Creative Experiments
    Medium – Graphite pencils ,Pencil colours ,Acrylic colours ,Oil colours

    Landscape/Cityscape/Seascape

    Use of Nature Objects In Paintings/Outdoor Practice
    Work on creative composition theme or series
    Medium – Graphite pencils ,Water colours, oil colours

    Composition

    Detail Practice on Different composition
    Imaginative composition
    Abstract Composition
    Balancing

    Abstract Art

    Abstract Painting
    Semi Abstract painting
    Modern Painting ,Texture painting
    Medium – Oil colours ,Acrylic colours ,Mix Medium

    Study of Great Master work

    Study of different techniques
    Own Style Presentation
     

    Annual Exhibition