People have been using drawing and painting to illustrate their lives and express their feelings since the beginning of recorded history (the first records are drawings, paintings and carvings). The concepts and skills used to design and produce two-dimensional fine art drawings, paintings and prints are learned in this area of the Palomar College Art Department.
Design is the organization of visual information. The elements and principles of design are learned in this introductory general education course. Drawing is the basis for almost all visual art making. Drawing instruction covers the range from a beginning general education course through more advanced life (figure) drawing. One can never learn to draw too well.
Painting courses investigate traditional and modern techniques for using oil, acrylic and watercolor media to produce paintings in a variety of styles. Airbrush painting is also in the curriculum.
Courses and Scheduling
For the latest class schedule or course/program information, please use the links below:
Details about the Pictorial Art program including a summary of the program, requirements, and courses.
Current Palomar College Catalog for both class information and program requirements. You need only download the Art section of the catalog for this information.
Visit the class schedule on the Palomar College website to search for open classes!
View the Program Mapper for detailed course sequencing options, degree requirements and transfer information.