1 College Circle Geneseo, NY 14454
M.F.A., University of Arizona
B.S., Ball State University
ARTS 100: F/Two-Dimensional Design
An introduction to two dimensional art through study of space, line, shape, color, texture, form, and value, and guided by a concern for the principles of design in a variety of media.
ARTS 250: Jewelry & Metals I
Exploration of contemporary jewelry design, with an emphasis on basic metalworking techniques and construction methods: sawing, soldering, surface enrichment, forming, stone setting.
ARTS 265: Sophomore Fndtn Portfolio Rev
Art majors must prepare their artwork for a portfolio review that focuses on Drawing, 2D Design and 3D Design skills. The portfolio is reviewed by at least two faculty members. Prerequisites: ARTS 100, ARTS 101, and ARTS 210.
ARTS 350: Jewelry & Metals II
Further exploration of the plastic qualities of metal. Emphasis on forming and advanced decorative techniques for functional and non-functional objects. Prerequisites: ARTS 250 or permission of instructor. Offered every spring
ARTS 351: Jewelry & Metals III
This course will study advanced technical applications used in the production of metal objects and art jewelry. The focus will be on contemporary design, along with history, meaning and content. Students will be required to research artists and metal techniques, become familiar with the History of Jewelry, and contemporary art movements within the context of jewelry and metal arts. Demonstrations will be given along with individual instruction. Prerequisites: ARTS 350. Offered fall, odd years
ARTS 370: Senior Art Exhibition
A senior exhibition is a requirement for all art majors at SUNY Geneseo in order to receive a bachelor's degree. This course will guide students through the process of selecting and mounting a mature body of work completed during studio study while in attendance at SUNY Geneseo. Each student will be responsible for meeting all gallery deadlines, designing and distributing an exhibition poster and mailer. The student will prepare the gallery space and set up the exhibition as well as arrange all lighting. Prerequisites: ARTS 387 and completion of 9 hours in primary concentration and 6 hours in secondary concentration. Offered every spring