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Art Department

Art Department Academic Year 2018-2019

Bogdan Swider, Professor
Bogdan draws and paints from what he knows and experiences. His subjects are rural landscape, urban landscape, and occasionally still life. In recent years his paintings have included narrative elements. Examples of this work appeared last year at... more

Emma Powell, Assistant Professor
Emma is a photographic artist. Her work often examines photography’s history while incorporating historic processes and or devices within the imagery. Emma has created several bodies of artwork about issues related to species decline and extinction.... more

Gale Murray, Professor
Gale is an authority on Toulouse-Lautrec. She’s currently working on articles about his song illustrations and his altered paintings, as well as on a sequel to her first book, which dealt with his early career. This one covers his mature and later... more

Jean Gumpper, Visiting Assistant Professor

Jeanne Steiner, Faculty

Jessica Hunter-Larsen, Faculty

Kate Leonard, Professor
Kate directs the Graphics Research Lab, an innovative program in printmaking and design. She works from her studio in Manitou Springs, a vibrant art community at the foothills of Pikes Peak, and travels widely, teaching workshops on photographic... more

Keith Reed, Faculty

Meghan Rubenstein, Curator of Visual Resources

Niels Davis, 3D Arts Shop Supervisor

Rebecca Tucker, Associate Professor
Rebecca’s field is art history in the early modern period in northern Europe as well as the colonial world. She focuses on issues of patronage, collecting, and display – that is, around questions of ownership, audience, and reception in works of art.... more

Ruth Kolarik, Professor
Ruth is researching the art and architecture of late antiquity, archaeology of the late antique city of Stobi in (the Former Yugoslav Republic of) Macedonia, most notably, the mosaic floors. Her research and publications center on late antique and... more

Tamara Bentley, Associate Professor
Tamara concentrates on relationships between visual and literary values in 17th century and 18th century Chinese and Japanese paintings and prints; as well as the international exchange of imagery in the early modern era. She has several articles... more

Victoria Ehrlich, Visiting Assistant Professor