Fine Art Programs

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Lawrence Noble

Chair of the School of Fine Art - Sculpture

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Dr. Craig Nelson

Director of School of Fine Art – Painting and Printmaking

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Fine Art Areas of Emphasis

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Drawing & Painting

Drawing & Painting

The drawing and painting emphasis is designed for students who demonstrate effective use of color theory, perspective, composition, and can use appropriate style and techniques when creating form.

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Printmaking

Printmaking

The printmaking emphasis is designed for students who demonstrate technical proficiency in the six major components of printmaking (etching, lithography, silkscreen, monotype, relief and book arts) as well as editioning. Students can take classes in: Book Arts, Screen Printing, Etching, Letterpress and Lithography.

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Sculpture

Sculpture

The sculpture emphasis is designed for students who demonstrate understanding of three-dimensional composition, crafting (technical skill) and applying underlying concept to the overall sculpted solution.

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Carolyn Meyer

Associate Director of Fine Art–Painting

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