Large, well-lit and well-equipped studio spaces encourage creativity at every level of studio art practice.
After works are completed in the studio, you will have the opportunity to exhibit your artwork in the Holt-Russell Gallery.
Student work reflects a combination of competent technical execution, concept and critical thinking appropriate to the chosen medium.
Technology has become an essential component to the study of visual art. Students have full access to a state-of-the-art mac lab and are encouraged to use contemporary approaches in their work.
You will have ample opportunity to work in Baker’s studio spaces to develop your skill.
As you find your niche, you will continue with more in-depth studies of a medium or media of your choice.
You will gain a general understanding of art through an historical perspective, providing you knowledge and inspiration that will help you grow as an artist.
Studio Art Faculty
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Inge Balch - 4537
Professor of Art
B.A., B.F.A. Kansas State University; M.F.A. University of Kansas
Expertise: ceramics, design, sculpture curator of the International Orton Conebox Show, recipient of the 1992 Distinguished Scholarship Award and 2002 Kopke Excellence in Teaching Award
Office: Bennett Art Building
Jennifer Jarnot - 8339
Assistant Professor of Art
B.A. State University of New York at Fredonia, M.F.A. University of Colorado at Boulder
Expertise: painting, drawing, digital photography, printmaking, graphic design
Office: Parmenter 310