ART 2300 Painting
Introduction and overview of painting materials and techniques; may include oil, acrylic, and watercolor media. Explores design concepts, formal and conceptual skills, and color theory.
Advanced 2d work
Plein air painting
Plein Air Painting is the act of painting outdoors. This method contrasts with studio painting or academic rules that might create a predetermined look.
Faith received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Toledo in 2016 and is currently working on her Master of Fine Arts degree at Columbus College of Art and Design.
Her work focuses on Black identity within stereotypical views of Black culture within White American culture. The main inspirations for her work are racially charged advertisements of the 18th-19th century, classic European art and popular cartoons.
In 2015, Goodman received the Dean's Award at the University of Toledo's "Juried Student Exhibition." Her work was recently shown in "Heterogenous: State of American"
at River House Arts in Toledo,Ohio.
Caroline Jardine received her BFA in 2017 and is currently teaching art at St. Ursula's in Ottawa Hills, OH.
Caroline's artwork confronts and reflects upon how her struggles with anorexia and the process of recovering from the disease have emotionally affected my family. The portraits are created from layers of spray paint, acrylic, colored pencil, and wax on wood panels. The multitude of layers illustrates the depth and complexity of anorexia and recovery. I chose to saturate the portraits with colors that were calming and haunting. They represent the duality of my family’s relief of recovery and the knowledge that we are haunted with the past of my starvation and the threat of relapse.