Tillamook Bay Community College Art Gallery

Welcome to the Tillamook Bay Community College Art Gallery. The gallery showcases artwork created by TBCC students.

Basic Design - Color Foundations, winter 2014

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Introduces color foundations studio experience centered on creative problem solving.  Develops perceptual awareness and understanding.  Establishes critical skills and personal artistic vision.  Investigates a broad range of materials, techniques and projects to explore color design concepts with reference to historical and contemporary perspectives.

On display at the library from 3/10/14- 3/18/14

Drawing, fall 2013

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Presents various ways of seeing and drawing to become more visually literate. Examines basic drawing techniques and materials. Examines conceptual references for critical analysis of visual forms, and basic theories of art within the historical context.

On dispaly at the library from 12/3/13 - 12/10/13

Watercolor, fall 2012

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A studio experience exploring basic watercolor painting techniques, materials, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues.  A conceptual framework for critical analysis is presented along with basic art theory.

On display at the library from 12/10/12 - 12/15/12

Printmaking, Winter 2012

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Explores printmaking processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues.  Develops creative problem solving by utilizing monoprints, relief and basic intagloio processes.

On display at the library from 3/13/12 - 3/21/12

Drawing, Winter 2012

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A studio experience exploring ways of seeing and basic drawing techniques, materials and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues.  A conceptual framework for critical analysis is presented along with basic art theory.

On display at the library from 3/13/12 - 3/21/12

Experimental Media, Summer 2011

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Students introduced to and explore ways of seeing and creating that acknowledge personal artistic intentions. Studio experience examines various 2-D and 3-D experimental media and processes used to develop and encourage creative problem solving. The conceptual framework for critical analysis is structured with regard to contemporary and historical art making. Course intended for students willing to formulate their own artistic directions.

On display at the library from 8/23/11 - 9/1/11

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