Preface xxIntroduction xviPart 1: Two-Dimensional DesignChapter 1: Basic ElementsChapter 2: The Element Of ColorChapter 3: Principles of Two-Dimensional DesignChapter 4: Illusion of Space and Illusion of MotionPart 2: Concepts and Critical ThinkingChapter 5: Problem Seeking and Problem SolvingChapter 6: Cultivating CreativityChapter 7: Developing Critical ThinkingChapter 8: Constructing MeaningPart 3: Three-Dimensional DesignChapter 9: Three-Dimensional Design ElementsChapter 10: Principles of Three-Dimensional DesignChapter 11: Materials and MethodsChapter 12: Physical and CerebralPart 4: Time DesignChapter 13: Aspects and Elements of TimeChapter 14: Narrative and NonnarrativeChapter 15: Interdisciplinary ArtsKEY READINGSNOTESGLOSSARYPHOTO CREDITSINDEX
Mary Stewartauthor, artist, and educatoris the Foundations Program Director for the Art Department at Florida State University and co-founder of Integrative Teaching Thinktank, a national organization devoted to strengthening college-level teaching. She regularly gives workshops and lectures on creativity, curriculum design, visual communication, leadership and visual narrative. Her artwork has been shown in over eighty exhibitions nationally and internationally, and she has received two Pennsylvania Council on the Arts grants for choreography. She received the FATE (Foundations in Art: Theory and Education) Master Educator award and the National Council of Arts Administrators Award of Distinction in 2009.