John Pollock

Bachelor of Science, Eastern Montana College
Master of Applied Arts, Montana State University

Summer 2007
Art 161-001 Intro to Drawing MTWR 1:00-5:00 2nd Session
Art 261-001 Figure Drawing MTWR 1:00-5:00 2nd Session
Art 361-001 Intermediate Drawing MTWR 1:00-5:00 2nd Session
Art 461-001 Advanced Drawing MTWR 1:00-5:00 2nd Session

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Summer Office Hours:
          MTWR   12:45-1:00


On Teaching

As a teacher, Mr. Pollock believes in the necessity for the student to learn the basics of composition, design, and drawing, to obtain knowledge of the media, to develop skills and craftsmanship, and to explore ideas, subject matter, and content. He believes that all of these are important whether the student is working realistically, abstractly, or non-abjectly.

Pollock in the Studio Single Lily

About Pollock

John Pollock is a Professor and teaches in the areas of drawing watercolor and printmaking. Through the years he has established his reputation as an artist by working in the media of lithography and watercolor. In 1979 he was awarded the Visual Art Fellowship in Printmaking from the Western States Art Foundation. In 1985 the American Artist magazine featured Mr. Pollock in a five page article on his watercolor paintings. In 1996 he received an award for his unique kite design from the Smithsonian Institution.

Mr. Pollock is a member of the Northwest Print Council, the Montana Watercolor Society, and the American Kitefliers Association.  He has exhibited widely, and has received commissions and awards in both media. 


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