6 Sessions » Saturdays, September 13–October 18
1–4 pm | Studio 117 | $250
This course helps students develop an interdisciplinary approach to painting in response to historic and contemporary trends. We will consider what a painting is and what it can be. How can we use the classic materials of painting to expand upon it? Where is the tradition of painting headed? Conceptual and historical aspects as well as technical and formal issues will be discussed. This is a studio course where experimentation is welcomed.
Danielle Lawrence was born in Athens, Ohio. She received her BFA in painting and drawing from San Francisco Art Institute, and her MFA from Mills College. Lawrence’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions in the Bay Area. Most recently, curator and juror Glen Helfand chose her work for a group exhibition at Axis Gallery, Sacramento. Her work has also been shown with 2nd Floor Projects at ArtPadSF, and in the exhibition Color As Space, As Sensewith Linda Geary at 2nd Floor Projects, San Francisco. She is visiting faculty at Mills College.