Stephen Knudsen has an M.F.A. from Savannah College of Art And Design, where he is currently professor of painting, and has a degree in Biology. He has taught university painting, color and design theory and critical art theory for 19 years and has taught chemistry and biology as well. His paintings have been exhibited in New York, London, Cologne, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Atlanta. Stephen has published groundbreaking color theory and he developed the Knudsen Dual Color Wheel used in universities across the country. In 2010, his essay revising the aesthetics of Monroe Beardsley will be published and he will lecture on the topic at the 2010 SECAC conference. He is a regular writer for Art Calendar and theartstory.org on topics of process, design and critical art theory and analysis. Recent work and essays can be seen at www.steveknudsen.com.
Companion piece to Practical Aesthetics: Examining Artwork With a Critical Eye by Stephen Knudsen, featured in the October 2010 issue of Art Calendar.