Painting Courses

Painting I

Introduction to painting through varied problems in form and color. Students may select to work in either oil or acrylic paints. Provisions are made for differing individual skill levels or majors and non-majors.

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Painting II

Continued study of formal and technical aspects of painting. Emphasis will be placed upon thematic development and investigations of personal sensibilities and style. Provisions are made for differing individual skill levels of majors and non-majors.

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Painting III

A continuation of Painting II. The student will explore personal style, contemporary issues, content, and expand upon technical and compositional skills in painting.

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Painting IV

Painting IV will explore personal style and contemporary issues while expanding upon technical and compositional skills acquired in Art 262. Solving visual problems in oils and/or acrylics based primarily on the student's personal sensibilities and notions relative to creating works of art that are both meaningful and technically proficient will be explored. This course may be repeated three times to a maximum of 12 credit hours.)

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