A new art school at the University of Colorado Boulder is drawing international attention for its stunning landscape drawings and colorful, hand-drawn drawings.
The students created beautiful and vibrant landscapes and used natural colors to create a landscape art style.
The art school was opened in January by its founder and principal, Artistic Director Dr. Mark Riederer, who is also a painter.
The school is now accepting students, teachers and art professors for classes beginning on Feb. 7.
It’s called the Artistic Studio, and it is one of only a few landscape art schools in the country.
The school has a long tradition of using traditional techniques in its landscape art.
The first students to graduate were artists who had never previously had a career in painting.
It’s an art that is highly visual and emotive.
The curriculum includes courses in landscape painting, painting with color, drawing, graphic design, digital art and painting with digital technology.
The Artistic Institute at CUB is an independent, non-profit, nonprofit organization that offers a broad curriculum of courses and research in landscape, architecture and urban planning.