Fall 2011 and Winter 2012 quarters
- Susan Aurand ceramics, visual arts , Evan Blackwell visual arts, ceramics
- Fields of Study
- aesthetics, art history and visual arts
- Preparatory for studies or careers in
- painting, color theory and design, art history, and aesthetics and criticism.
This program will focus intensively on the development of studio skills and methods in painting. It is designed for students who already have a strong work ethic and self-discipline, and who are willing to work long hours in the studio on campus in company with their fellow students. To be successful, students entering the program must have a solid background in representational drawing (including perspective, shading, and preferably some prior experience in figure drawing). Students will have the opportunity to develop technical skills in the use of acrylics and oils and to learn about the history of painting, with emphasis on 20 th century painting.
Students will address weekly studio projects in class designed to improve their understanding of color, composition, thematic research and studio methodology. Each student will create a series of paintings on an individual theme over the course of the program, and will research topics in art history related to their work in painting.
- Campus Location
- Online Learning
- No Required Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Special Expenses
- Students should be prepared to spend approximately $200 on art supplies and field trips.
- Offered During
|April 29th, 2011||These faculty will be offering Image and Form: Myth, Ritual, and Story.|
|March 9th, 2011||Evan Blackwell has joined the teaching team; enrollments have been increased.|
|January 31st, 2011||This program has been expanded to be offered Fall-Winter instead of Winter only.|