Art 312, 512, and 612:

Intermediate and Advanced Drawing

with Fred Stonehouse

For Summer Term 2017, Intermediate Drawing I, Advanced Drawing I, and Advanced Drawing II will be instructed by Fred Stonehouse, at the same time and in the same classroom. Additionally, they will be concurrent with upper-level watercolor courses , Art 242, 342, and 542, and special topics course, Art 448: Section 006 | 2D Media: Works on Paper. In terms of coursework, topic, and level of experience, they will remain independent.

Intermediate Drawing I (Art 312)

The exploration of conceptual drawing in various media. Emphasis on conceptual/formal solutions.

Prerequisites

Or consent of instructor

Advanced Drawing I (Art 512)

Drawing course taught in a structured format where students work on various problems and issues in drawing.

Prerequisites: Art 412; or Art grad student; or consent of instructor.

Advanced Drawing II (Art 612)

A continuation of Art 512: Advanced Drawing II.

Prerequisites: Art 512; or Art grad student; or consent of instructor.

Advanced Drawing : Days & Time

MTWR

9:00am-2:00pm
Advanced Drawing : Dates for this course
Jun 12 –
Jul 09
Advanced Drawing : Number of Credits
Credit
Course
Advanced Drawing : Contact Information
Questions?

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Meet Your Professor

Fred Stonehouse

Fred Stonehouse

Painting and Drawing

“Imagining an alternate family is a creative activity that likely has its roots in childhood. I can remember, after getting spanked and sent to my room, cooking up fictional parents who never got mad and siblings who willingly shared their toys and never squealed on me. Somehow, those new relatives always closely resembled my actual family, but with the rough edges removed and idiosyncratic quirks added. Sometimes I would imagine my father as very tiny, and my brother as a rabbit. This imaginative play has continued in my creative practice to this day.

Don’t get me wrong, I love my family dearly, but my tendency to think of my odd cast of characters as family has advantages. Establishing characters based on actual people allows me to readily insert them into stories drawn from real experience and history. Although heavily fictionalized, this connection to lived experience, however filtered, lends the work a portal through which an audience can access the familiar. Given that my work is also loaded with and defined by a sense of dream logic, this thread of reality helps keep the narrative from floating off completely.

I can’t know about your family, but my guess is that, like mine, it is filled with odd ducks and goofballs, storytellers, liars and performers. Being part of a family is heaven and hell simultaneously, and thankfully, keeps life interesting. Like my wife Jennie always says: “Friends are great, but blood is thick.”

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Look for ART 312, 512, or 612 in your

course guide or student center.