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Studio 2D/3D (Drawing, Painting, Ceramics and Printmaking)

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female students in printmaking

The Studio Two-Dimensional (2D) & Three-Dimensional (3D) Concentration builds from perceptual studies in the foundations of traditional observational drawing and design toward exploration of contemporary image-making. 

As you discover and develop your role as an artist, through a Christian perspective, your voice will begin to emerge. A comprehensive investigation of concept, experimentation with techniques, and media encourages connections within the global context of visual art.  

In this Concentration

You will learn to communicate on a wide range of topics as a contemporary image-maker by blurring the lines between media. Studio-based students will be immersed in a set of media divergent courses - combined 2D, 3D, and some photo/graphic design/digital media artists - at the advanced levels so you can interact with even more media, concepts, and dialogue. This collaboration provides a rich diversity within the studio context and provides you with a uniquely responsive program of study.

2D Studio emphasis courses include:
i.e. drawing, painting, and printmaking

  • Observational Drawing and Painting
  • The Interpretive Figure
  • Techniques in Printmaking
  • Experimental Printmaking
  • Artistic Book & Papermaking
  • Non-Representational Expression
  • Experimental Media
  • Advanced topics in Studio

3D Studio emphasis courses include:
i.e. ceramics and sculpture

  • Concepts in Ceramics
  • Techniques in Ceramics
  • Context & Meaning
  • Experimental Media
  • Advanced topics in Studio
  • The Interpretive Figure
  • Non-Representational Expression
  • Artistic Book & Papermaking
modular paper sculpture


For more information, contact:

Scot Bennett, M.F.A., Professor of Art
585.594.6441 | Bennett_Scot@roberts.edu

Scot Bennett considers being an active producing studio artist a requisite for teaching in the visual arts. His work combines the vocabulary of traditional and representational religious symbol with contemporary formalist mark-making in a dynamic exploration of his faith. He has an extensive exhibition record with work exhibited in galleries and churches both locally and at the region level. Professor Bennett enjoys leading the Art in Context trips, which have traveled to locations including Paris, London, Rome, Florence, Venice, Prague, Berlin, Munich, Dresden, and Madrid. Read more about Professor Bennett.