Drawing, Painting And Watercolor
Students who focus on drawing, painting and watercolor at Millersville University will receive not only the opportunity to explore the medium of their choice, but also to gain the tools, skills and confidence for a career in fine art.
Why Study This Program?
In the painting, drawing and watercolor program at Millersville University, these art forms are considered sources of artistic expression as well as nonverbal communication. Work in oil, acrylic and other related media to explore both traditional and contemporary techniques and approaches. Experience the Art & Design department's 1700-square-foot studio, which is equipped with sturdy metal easels, wooden easels and tablorets that accommodate the changing needs of class projects.
This concentration, housed within the Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) Art major, encourages students to discover creative solutions to visual problems.
What Will You Learn?
Every student enrolled in Millersville University's Bachelor of Fine Arts program begins their coursework by gaining a foundation in drawing, art history, and two- and three-dimensional design. Those choosing to concentrate their study in drawing, painting and watercolor will explore artistic composition through a variety of media and techniques. Pursue increasingly challenging courses in the medium of your choice to gain the tools, skills and confidence for a career in fine art.