Teaching portfolio

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This portfolio contains many examples from color theory courses I have taught on the college level. There are also two examples from a high school level drawing class.

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Teaching portfolio

  1. 1. Denise Laurin-Donatelle Teaching Portfolio
  2. 2. Color Theory/Student Work Temperature/Advancing and receding
  3. 3. Color Theory/Student Work Color Wheel
  4. 4. Color Theory/Student Work High and Low Key Monochromatic Design
  5. 5. Color Theory/Teaching Tool Instructions for transparency assignment
  6. 6. Introduction to the Visual Arts/Teaching Tool Demonstration of Fine Art Influencing Applied Art
  7. 7. Color TheoryStudent Work Split-Complementary design
  8. 8. Color Theory/Student WorkThis student is also a minister and wanted to create aDesign to be transformed into a tapestry for her churchfor Easter. The initial drafts were generic. The finalrefinement reflects the meaningful development of herconcepts into a cohesive mandala . Color Theory Final Project
  9. 9. Color Theory/Student Work Final Project
  10. 10. Color Theory/Student Work Final Project
  11. 11. Color Theory/Student Work Final Project
  12. 12. Drawing/High School Students Drawing Skill before and after learning grid drawing and shading techniques (Same Student)
  13. 13. Drawing/High School Students Drawing Skill before and after learning grid drawing and shading technique (Same Student)
  14. 14. Denise Laurin-Donatelle College-Level Studio Courses Color Theory, Design Fundamentals Observational Drawing College- Level Art History Courses Art Appreciation, Prehistory – Gothic Renaissance – Rococo, Non-Western Survey of Art Introduction to the Visual Arts High School Art Drawing, Painting, Digital Photography

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