Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Joel C. Moss
"To draw'' is to outline; to delineate; to present a form or shape by lines or by means of light and shade alone or within a simple outline--in short, to express oneself by me8lls of line. For the artist, the line assumes fundamental significance when it reveals form or design. And, since form is an essential part of every work of art, drawing itself is a basis for creative expression in every media. This thesis concerns itself with the drawing qualities of three media--pastels, watercolor, and sculpture relief. The photographed pieces are a representative sample of the work done by the author, and should not be assumed to be the entirety of the work done.
Copyright 1965 Ben H. Norton
Norton, Ben H., "The Importance of Drawing Pastel, Watercolor, and Sculpture Reliefs" (1965). Master's Theses. 934.