Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art
Music and Art
Louis Esposito’s work is based out of his love for traveling and an excitement for being alone with nature. His drawings and paintings touch on his memories, experiences, and direct observations from the landscape. A sense of gratitude for the Earth’s power also emerges in his work, inspired by his spiritual connections with places that resonate with him. Louis has exhibited widely, most recently at First Street Gallery, Stover Mill Gallery and Visionary Art Collective.
MFA, Painting, The New York Studio School of Painting, Drawing and Sculpture
- This introductory course covers a range of basic approaches to drawing and addresses the development of manual skills in freehand drawing, drawing of objects from nature and idea-oriented approaches to drawing. This course will satisfy drawing requirements for transfer within the CUNY system, as well as professional art schools.
- This course introduces students to a basic study of representing the human body. Students work from nude models using a variety of techniques and media while investigating the basics of skeletal and muscular anatomy. This course will satisfy drawing requirements for transfer within the CUNY system, as well as professional art schools. Prerequisite: ART 161 or ART166