- B.A. Visual Arts
- B.F.A. Visual Arts
- B.F.A. Graphic Design and New Art Media
- M.F.A. Visual Arts
- Minor Art History
- Minor Visual Arts
- Teacher Licensure
- Lori Esposito
- Kim William Fink
- Lucy Ganje
- Suzanne Gonsalez-Smith
- Arthur F. Jones
- Joel Jonientz
- Patrick Luber
- Donald Miller
- Anita Monsebroten
- Wesley L. Smith
- Donovan Widmer
- Crystal Hui-Shu Yang
Painting and Drawing Course Offerings
Art 130. Drawing I. 3 credits.
Study and application of different drawing media, methods and techniques. Form, proportion, composition, and perspective covering a wide range of media and subject; experimentation in line and color quality; figure work.
Art 230. Drawing II. 3 credits.
Prerequisite: Art 130.
Advanced study and application of different drawing media, methods, and techniques. A continuation of the skills and concepts developed in Drawing I.
Art 430. Advanced Drawing. 3 credits. Repeatable.
Prerequisites: Art 112, 114, 130, and 230.
Further development of drawing concepts, comprehension, and search of various media, and styles. The course stresses the focus of one’s attitude towards developing a more personal visual statement in areas of personal interest.
Art 220. Painting I. 3 credits.
Prerequisite: Art 230.
Experimentation with oil painting and associated media with emphasis upon creative compositions, using figure models, still-life subjects and imaginative contemporary expressions.
Art 221. Painting II. 3 credits.
Prerequisite: Art 220.
Continuation of concepts and techniques explored in Painting I.
Art 402. Advanced Painting. 3 credits. Repeatable.
Prerequisites: Art 112, 114, 130, and 221.
A continuation of Painting II. Further development of painting concepts, comprehension and research of various media and styles. The course stresses the focus of one’s attitudes towards developing a more personal visual statement in areas of personal interest. Appropriate art safety instruction will be included. May be repeated for credit without limitation.