Painting is a core discipline with a rich history. Both representational and nonobjective approaches in a variety of painting media are explored to equip students with both the technical skills and creative vision required for an authoritative body of work. Our third floor Waller Painting Suite has 25-foot high north facing windows and an additional outdoor area for good weather painting.
This degree is coordinated by Bastien Lecouffe. For information, contact email@example.com.
All bachelor degree seeking students take the General Education Program. Fine arts students select a concentration in ceramics, drawing, illustration, painting or photography as well as studio courses outside of their concentration for electives.
Download an outline for how a four year sequence might look for each major.
Students who successfully complete this program will:
- Develop proficiency in the tools and techniques related to this studio practice.
- Cultivate excellent observation skills as well as a strong understanding of 2D principles and color.
- Create a cohesive body of work that is well considered and conceptually rigorous.
- Employ a vocabulary for critique and presentation.