Students in Watercolor Painting are trained in the necessary tools and techniques to create works for exhibition, sale or reproduction. Students learn to select the appropriate content, format and materials to meet the objectives of an audience or client. They apply concepts such as color theory and light and shadow to create works that convey a sense of atmosphere, mood or drama.
Students are expected to define an aesthetic philosophy that guides the development of their work as they assemble a professional portfolio.
Upon completion, students will be able to:
(One of two) Watercolor Painting II or Watercolor Landscape Painting Figurative Sculpture I
(One of two)Film and Society or Introduction to Psychology
(One of three)Advanced Anatomy; Introduction to Science Labs;
Vision, Light and Color
122 Total Credits Required for the BFA Degree in Painting
Specialization in Watercolor Painting