Barry L. Gunderson
Professor of Studio Art
Horvitz Hall 218
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Barry Gunderson joined the department in 1974 after receiving his MFA from the University of Colorado-Boulder. He teaches all the sculpture courses in the Department from the intro level "Sculpture I" to the more unusual courses such as "Art with a Function" and "Art with Four Legs." His work also deals with the third dimension from outdoor public commissions to smaller studio pieces.
Areas of Expertise
MFA, University of Colorado-Boulder
Arts 103: Sculpture I
Arts 210: The Human Figure in Sculpture
Arts 211: Art with a Function
Arts 212: Art with Four Legs-Critters and Fantasies
Arts 214: Faces, Places, Trees & Apples: Sculptural Topics
Arts 480-481: Advanced Studio part 1 and 2
"Learning to be an artist is a very complex process. Learning to enjoy art by trying to make it is also complex. Once it is started the process has to be practiced and explored - perhaps for a lifetime. As an artist/teacher I think it is important to share my studio trials and tribulations for art-making is always fun but rarely easy. It is also important to share the joys of this activity - those times when an idea in combination with carefully selected and worked materials yields a product I am proud to exhibit. It is also a joy to help students dig deeply into themselves, then to use all their energies and resourcefulness to create a work they never thought possible."