Fine Arts/Studio Art is a huge area encompassing almost everything that artists create for themselves. We have given it a separate heading in order to focus on aspects of fine art that do not easily fit into the standard categories of drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and so on. People have found new ways to combine various aspects of fine arts or have created entirely new avenues for their own work, all of it growing from a solid visual arts foundation. For all of them, fine arts is an expressive process, a way to say things or to provide commentary on our daily lives.
Art Center College of Design: Art/Fine Arts/Studio Art / Vanya Horwath
Art Center College of Design: Art/Fine Arts/Studio Art / Ellen Surrey / Ray Eames
Art Academy of Cincinnati: Art/Fine Arts/Studio Art
Columbus College of Art & Design: Art/Fine Arts/Studio Art
College for Creative Studies: Art/Fine Arts/Studio Art
Pratt Institute: Art/Fine Arts/Studio Art / Jean Paul Gomez
“I was very lucky to grow up in the wonderful world that I did, and besides the fact that I’m painting the people I grew up with, what I’m really trying to capture in my work is the outlook on the world that I was raised to have,” she explains. That outlook clearly includes an instinctive awareness that there’s a lot more to life than meets the eye.