The Process is a compendium of 13 experimental art and design projects, all geared toward teaching college art students what is needed to become an artist.
The projects in this book, created by Judith Wilde and Richard Wilde, are given primarily to students starting at the School of Visual Arts in a course titled “Visual Literacy,” which sets the stage for becoming an artist. They are also given to students in experimental workshops throughout the world.
Projects focus on developing formal excellence: a strong sense of aesthetics coupled with the ability to generate new ideas. It is the balance between form (image making) and content (conceptual thinking) that must be reconciled. This is the dilemma that presents itself in all creative ...