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Studio Art

Drawing

Rachael Phipps, charcoal and ink, 2006
Rachael Phipps, charcoal and ink, 2006

The definition of drawing is very broad within our studio art program at MBC; it is not considered as merely a supplemental or preparatory activity for other media. Drawing is a vital, multi-media activity that explores and embraces many creative, conceptual, and technical possibilities. Immediacy, intuition, gesture, attention, deliberateness, system, randomness: these are just a few of the unlimited physical and conceptual practices that comprise the flexible and surprising acts of drawing. One of the goals at the advanced and senior project-level is the establishment of a competitive portfolio and preparation for graduate work.

work by Amanda Miller
Amanda Miller, 2012

Victoria Ray
Victoria Ray, 2011

Victoria Ray
Victoria Ray, 2011

Candace Christy, 2010
Candace Christy, 2010

Amanda Miller, 2010
Amanda Miller, 2010

Amanda Miller, 2010
Amanda Miller, 2010

Meagan Bonesteele, 2009
Meagan Bonesteele, 2009

Olivia Burn, 2009
Olivia Burn, 2009

Olivia Burn, 2009
Olivia Burn, 2009

Lana Elder, 2009
Lana Elder, 2009

Lana Elder, 2009
Lana Elder, 2009

Jessica Wodyard, 2009
Jessica Wodyard, 2009

Andrea Stogdale, charcoal and ink, 2006
Andrea Stogdale, charcoal and ink, 2006

Colleen Pendry, gesso, charcoal, and ink, 2006
Colleen Pendry, gesso, charcoal, and ink, 2006

Susan Felton, mixed-media, 2006
Susan Felton, mixed-media, 2006