Abstract painting: Future, Past, Personal (online)

Class Description

Over 100 years since abstract painting emerged, how can one hope to innovate; to avoid repetition? The perspective in this class is that through deeper engagement with visual structures and meaning in one’s own work and in the art of the past, we might discover ways forward. Working with each student’s goals, experience and artistic influences, students will develop skills in becoming both more experimental and analytical in response to their own and other works of art. Projects will encourage new ways to consider color, form, scale, pictorial forces and structure and will encourage personal experimentation in developing an increasingly vital painting process.

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