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Painting 2

Students practice painting, from direct observation, abstract motifs for sketches and fully developed pieces created in oil and watercolor. They explore ways to depart from established creative techniques to express their individual vision. Even “mistakes” and other surprises that are part of everyday studio activity are considered in the context of their contributions to creative practice. Students discover their own methods of engaging with painting, bringing the ancient art into the present. Prerequisite: Painting I or the equivalent.

Margaret Krug
Margaret Krug
Painter and author Margaret Krug, MFA School of the Art Institute of Chicago, has exhibited at AIR Gallery, The Painting Center, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The National Arts Club, The Window Gallery, The Nix, Front art space, and Vlepo Gallery in New York City and at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Nelson-Atkins Museum, The Willa Cather Foundation, throughout the United States, and internationally. She has...
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Jan 26 - Apr 20
1:00 - 3:30 PM
Spring 2019
CRN 5221
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