Art & Art History

University of Mississippi

Courses: Painting

  • Art 321: Beginning Painting
    Introduction to acrylic and oil painting techniques with highly structured assignments, including working from observation.
  • Art 322: Intermediate Painting
    Expands upon techniques learned in Beginning Painting. Students use oil paint and focus on developing a concept, working in a cohesive series and producing a substantial number of paintings.
  • Art 323: Plein Air: Painting the Landscape
    This course allows students to produce outdoor oil painting of the landscape. Students will learn color palettes associated with the subject and develop an individual painting approach.
  • Art 326: Watercolor
    Water painting techniques and the use of materials and tools for the exploration of water-based media on paper.
  • Art 421: Painting
    Further development in techniques with emphasis on individual selection of content.
  • Art 521: Painting
    Special problems in painting with emphasis on individual development.
  • Art 523: Plein Air
    This advanced class allows students to produce outdoor oil painting of the landscape. Students will develop alternative color palettes with emphasis on individual directions.
  • Art 526: Watercolor
    Advanced work in water-based media on paper including special problems designed on an individual basis.
  • Art 621: Painting
    Special problems in painting with emphasis on individual development.

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