Drawing Faculty

          Geoffrey Beadle
          Drawing, Painting, Foundations
          Office: Doucette Hall, 113
          Phone: (814) 732-2543
          Email: gbeadle@edinboro.edu

          Rachael J. Burke
          Drawing, Painting, Foundations
          Office: Hamilton Hall, 207
          Phone: 
          (814) 732-1147
          Email: 
          rburke@edinboro.edu

          Malcolm Christhilf
          Drawing, Painting, Foundations
          Office: Hamilton Hall, 201
          Phone: (814) 732-1153
          Email: mchristhilf@edinboro.edu

          Terry McKelvey
          Painting, Drawing, Foundations
          Office: Hamilton Hall, 201
          Phone: (814) 732-1155
          Email: tmckelvey@edinboro.edu

          Suzanne Proulx
          Painting, Drawing, Foundations
          Office: Hamilton Hall, 206
          Phone: (814) 732-1184
          Email: sproulx@edinboro.edu

          Michelle Vitali
          Drawing, Painting, Foundations
          Office: Hamilton Hall, 202
          Phone: (814) 732-1157
          Email: mvitali@edinboro.edu

          D.P. Warner
          Drawing, Painting, Foundations
          Office: Hamilton Hall, 203
          Phone: (814) 732-1166
          Email: dwarner@edinboro.edu

          Drawing



          Drawing students in the studio

          Drawing students engage a wide range of traditional and contemporary themes within their work to develop content-driven images through various drawing mediums. The various courses concentrate on linear perspective, light and shade, composition, and visual perceptual development. Students work with still life, the human figure, and visual/aesthetic problem solving.

          Students who major in drawing graduate fully prepared to apply to more advanced education in the fine arts or pursue careers such as illustration in markets such as editorial drawing, book covers, medical illustration, CD/album covers, children's book illustration or freelance illustration.

          Because of its fundamental role in visual understanding, drawing courses are often taken in support of concentrations outside the drawing concentration itself. A drawing minor usually accompanies a painting concentration, but it can reinforce others such as animation and illustration as well. Students are free to customize a minor program from the wide variety of drawing courses offered on a rotating basis. Depending on prerequisite requirements, most drawing courses in the curriculum can be taken as an elective by students interested in sharpening their visual skills, broadening their portfolios or developing an independent aesthetic viewpoint.

          Majors & Programs

          Bachelor's
          Program
          Curriculum
          Course Sequence
          Description

           

          Minors
          Program
          Curriculum
          Drawing Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1037
          Department: Art
          Description