Studio Art

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The Studio Art Minor offers the student the opportunity to study various two- or three-dimensional art mediums (drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, metalsmithing, and sculpture).

Hours Required

25 semester hours

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Graduate Asisstant Opportunities

France - EIU Paris Study Abroad Program, Italy - Florence University of the Arts

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Faculty Listing

Faculty Research Interests

Prof. Jeff Boshart - Large scale, site-specific sculpture.

Assoc. Prof. Jenny Chi - Specialize in the area of figurative art. The creative theme of recent work is based on Greek Mythology in a style of Romantic Realism.

Assoc. Prof. Ann Coddington - Utilizes fiber techniques from the traditional craft of basketry to create sculptural expressions that explore how life experiences are sensed, evinced, accumulated and stored in the body.

Prof. David Griffin - Jewelry and hollowware design.

Prof. Chris Kahler - Creative work is focused on painting. Areas of expertise include oils, acrylic and watercolor.

Prof. Dwain Naragon - The focus of creative work in ceramics is centered around the use of the potters wheel to create vessel forms and tiles in both stoneware and porcelain clays.

Prof. Denise Rehm-Mott - Printmaking media of intaglio and lithography.

Department of Studio Art, Doudna Fine Arts Center 2670
Contact Name: David Griffin
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