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Aaron Delehanty

Adjunct Faculty

College of Art and Design

312-498-1570

Aaron Delehanty

Adjunct Faculty

College of Art and Design

312-498-1570

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ILLS-214
3 Credits
This course will provide an in-depth anatomical approach to drawing the figure. Students will obtain instruction and practice at drawing human anatomy including body and head postures, facial expressions, and hand gestures. Students will learn anatomical proportioning while drawing from observation from models to convey emotions such as anger, sadness, fear, disgust, etc. Students will also learn to use photo support references. Works will be created in black and white and in color media using light and dark, and warm and cool effects.
ILLS-563
3 Credits
This course utilizes subjects found in the natural world as resources for applied and fine art applications. Working from live and preserved subjects, students will accurately depict animal and plant images, which may be used descriptively in print and electronic media.
PAIT-233
3 Credits
This course will allow students to experience and explore the properties of oil painting and establish strategies toward solving problems of composition related to successful form content. *Fee: A materials fee is required for this course *
ILLS-663
3 Credits
This course utilizes subjects found in nature as resources for fine and applied art applications. Working from live and preserved subjects, students will accurately depict plant and animal images which may be used in print and electronic media.

In the News

  • September 13, 2021

    professor standing in front of an interactive digital memorial.

    Variety of RIT artists chosen for Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition at Memorial Art Gallery

    W. Michelle Harris, an associate professor in RIT’s School of Interactive Games and Media, has had her piece In Their Wake, an interactive digital memorial to the forgotten Black people who developed Rochester, selected for the 67th Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition, the region’s longest-running juried exhibition. Harris is one of 28 members of the RIT community who had pieces selected for the exhibition.