This resource was developed prior to the curriculum redesign in 2015. While it does not align with current learning standards, it may have value as a content source. Teachers may need to make adjustments to ensure accurate alignment with current curriculum:

Art Foundations 09, version 01 (Print)


The course offers students a firm foundation in drawing and design basics and introduces them to painting, printmaking, crafts, art appreciation, or photography. Students must complete Modules 1 and 6 and choose any two of the remaining four modules.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to low sales and high copyright costs, the following products will no longer be available once stock is depleted: Module 7, Module 8, Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 Art Supply Kits, optional Module 1 video, and the optional DVDs for Modules 2, 3 & 4.

Please note that an instructional guide (answer keys for section assignments) is available for this course. This item can be ordered by Account Customers through this website by using your Customer Number. If you are not aware of your Customer Number, please call Customer Service at 1.888.883.4766.

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Product Code Quantity Price
Read Me First, Art Foundations 8/9/10, version 01 (JAF0001) ** 7540001722 $10.35EA
This booklet should be read prior to beginning this course. ** This is a Print-on-Demand product; it is non-returnable.

Module 1 Drawing, Art Foundations 8/9/10, version 01 (JAF0101) ** 7540001723 $23.44EA
Section 1:Making a Start
Section 2:Movement
Section 3:Contour Drawing
Section 4:Finishing Touches

Art Supplies Needed for this Module:
1 roll masking tape (0.5" wide), 1 black water-based thin-tipped pen, 3 sticks of charcoal, 20 sheets Bristol Blue Jay paper, 3 sheets rice paper, 1 bottle India ink, 3 bottles food colouring (red/blue/yellow), 1 sheet white cardboard, 2 sheets grey construction paper, 30 sheets newsprint (11" x 8.5"), 1 glue stick, 1–12" ruler, 1–6 thin-tipped paint brush, 2 HB pencils, 2–4B pencils, 2–2B pencils, 2–6B pencils, 1 white short fat pillar candle (1.5 " x 1.5"), 1 pad layout paper, 1 manila envelope (available from office supply stores, craft stores, etc.)

**This is a Print-on-Demand product; it is non-returnable.
Module 2 Design, Art Foundations 8/9/10, version 01 (JAF0102) ** 7540001724 $23.44EA
Section 1:The Filling of Given Spaces
Section 2:Graphic Design
Section 3:Using What We Know
Section 4:Design in Architecture

Art Supplies Needed for this Module:
2 black nylon pens (1 thin point, 1 thick point), 6 construction paper of assorted colours, 1 white acrylic paint, 1 bottle of white glue, 4 thin wooden dowels, 2 yards thick thread, 1 red pencil crayon, 1 small cardboard box (available from office supply stores, craft stores, etc.)
Students need access to view 10 design photographs:
Fireplace in east parlor, Pierce-Nichols house, Salem, Massachusetts.
View from the south, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio.
L’ toile Metro Station, Paris. Art Nouveau. 1900 (Destroyed). Subway-Metropolitan-Paris-Vintage-Photo-3.jpg
Interior, Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London.
Architects: John Paxton and Charles Fox. e2py9DwPRiM/UYDeVyqxPAI/AAAAAAAAAo0/Tq9iLu5zE_U/s1600/CH_5_7_2_3_Q1.jpg
Apartment Houses, 825-860 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois.
Architect: Mies Van der Rohe.
Exterior views & plan, Edgar J. Kaufmann House/Fallingwater, 1936-1937, Bear Run, PA.
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. 89.jpg
Eiffel Tower, Paris. Functional Style. 1889.
Carson, Pirie and Scott Department Store, Chicago, Illinois.
Architect: Sullivan.
The Pantheon, Rome, Italy, circa 120-125 A.D. 90/39/3927/OAXXF00Z/posters/the-pantheon-rome.jpg
Parthenon from the northwest, 447-432 B.C., The Acropolis, Athens.
Module 3 Painting, Art Foundations 8/9/10, version 01 (JAF0103) ** 7540001725 $23.44EA
Section 1:Getting Started
Section 2:Colour, Composition, and Unity
Section 3:Through Thick and Thin
Section 4:Variations on a Theme

Art Supplies Needed for this Module:
8 grey construction paper, 1 plastic palette, 2 paint brushes (1 fat wide and 1 fat round), 20 sheets Bristol blue jay paper, 5 oil pastels (red, yellow, blue, black & white), 1 palette knife, 1 sheet white cardboard, 1 black construction paper, 1 set acrylic paints (black, white, red, yellow & blue) (available from office supply stores, craft stores, etc.)
Students need access to view 3 French School paintings:
"Sunflowers" by van Gogh, 1888.
"A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" by Seurat, 1884-1886.,_Georges_Seurat, _1884.jpg
"Still Life" by Cézanne, circa 1890.

** This is a Print-on-Demand product; it is non-returnable.