Harry Bartnick

Professor Emeritus, Art & Design

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Teaching Philosophy

I believe that the student's best route to success in the arts will come through:

Subjecting one's work to the toughest scrutiny, by oneself and by others. Developing steady, consistent work habits.

Creating a studio environment where the highest degree of concentration is possible. Enjoyment of the creative process, with its moments of exhilaration as well as frustration.

Education

  • MFA, Syracuse University
  • BFA, Tyler School of Art,Temple University

Recent Professional Highlights

  • 2011: 100 Boston Painters, Schiffer Publishing, Lancaster, PA
  • 2004: Civil Engineering and Painting, Royal Academy de Bellas Artes, Madrid, Spain
  • 2004: Civil Engineering and Painting, Royal Academy of San Fernando Press, Barcelona, Spain
  • 2001: John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship
  • 2001: Aeronautics and Painting, AENA and Lundweg Press, Barcelona, Spain
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Courses Taught

  • Color
  • Painting
  • Foundation Drawing I
  • Foundation Drawing II
  • 2-Dimensional Design
  • 3-Dimensional Design