The faculty consists of four art historians, three painters, two photographers, two printmakers, and one sculptor. The art historians hold doctoral degrees in their specialties and are actively engaged in intensive research and publishing. The studio artists have terminal degrees in their fields and are active exhibiting professionals. Faculty members advise students about options in academic and professional careers.
Recent faculty achievements:
Lin Xia Jiang was awarded second prize for his painting American Ukiyo-e High Kick at the Cambridge Art Association's National Prize Show 2004, juried by Robert Fitzpatrick, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Illinois, and former dean of the School of the Arts at Columbia University.
Two paintings by Lin Xia Jiang appeared in the national exhibition Across the Divide at the Gatov and Werby galleries at California State University in Long Beach: American Ukiyoe: One Hand Standing and American Ukiyoe: High Kick.
Joseph Miller had a solo exhibition, Figures, Power, and Vulnerability, at the Castellani Art Museum at Niagara University, NY in 2006. The exhibition traveled to the Castellani satellite gallery at Niagara Falls in 2007.
Constance Payne, associate professor, Fine Arts, was included in the Buffalo Seminary Colby Art Program 20th Anniversary Exhibition at the Burchfield-Penney Art Center.
Kenneth Payne completed First Light, an approximately 10-by-3-by-3-foot sculpture in glass, cast steel, and aluminum, for a new sculpture park in Pirkkala, Finland.