F. William Bohné

Professor of Art

B.F.A. University of Dayton
M.F.A. Ohio University

Programs: Art

My teaching and the creation of my artwork are preoccupied with vision. The various processes of seeing, learning to look, imagining, direct sustained observation, and discovery are seminal to the making of art. Likewise, exposure to a variety of mediums, concepts as well as historical works are utilized to stimulate problem solving and technical acumen. Similarly, the sensorium is utilized to encourage the development and cultivation of a personal aesthetic.

ART 120 History of Modern Sculpture and Architecture
ART 320 History of Classical Sculpture and Architecture
DH 335 Popular Aesthetics
ART 134 Basic Drawing
ART 224 Introductory Sculpture
ART 324 Intermediate Sculpture
ART 424 Advanced Sculpture