Painting I

An introduction to the materials and methods of painting, addressing form and light, color and its interaction, composition, scale, texture and gesture. Students will experiment with subject matter including still life, landscape, architecture, self-portraiture and abstraction, while painting from a variety of sources: life, sketches, maquettes, collages, photographs and imagination. Students will progressively develop personal imagery that will inform an individual final project.

Other Information:
Princeton will provide all materials for the painting class but students need to have a place they can paint with non-toxic water based paints.


Selected Student Work


U01 — Eve Aschheim

Thursdays, 1:30 - 4:20 PM


Eve Aschheim