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PREPARATION OF DESIGNERS-BACHELORS OF FINE ARTS IN THE CONTEXT OF EDUCATIONAL REFORMS
AnnotationUndergraduates-designers who master fine arts disciplines are engaged into project activity which means coming up with an idea for painting, searching for the unity of composition and organization of the project design. According to the article, it can become quite problematic to teach students to use innovative technologies and monitoring tools effectively. These methodical issues become most relevant in open air painting. The author offers teaching stages and types of educational and creative activities that follow the principle of academic process consistency. Teaching open air painting sets certain professional requirements to students-designers, such as transferring the design of reference points, light-and-shade gradation, and formation of a design-image.
design, monitoring, visual expression, consistency, techniques, graphic space, landscape, architecture, air prospect, linear drawing, composit on.
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