Walter Holland - Professor

  

 

Walter Holland began teaching as an Adjunct Professor of Art in 1985 at Chapman University. His areas of interest are : Painting, color theory, theoretical computer graphics and computer assisted art and design, electronic music and sudoku. Because of his interdisciplinary background, he has been successfully teaching students the relationships between art and technology in courses, lectures and seminars and specializes in conveying these concepts to non-technical audiences. Currently, Professor Holland is working on a textbook expounding color theory for artists, based on his lectures at Chapman University, the Extensions of UCI and UCLA and Irvine Valley College. He is also working on a book about solving sudoku puzzles based on a method he developed.

 

 

 

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 Individual Instruction  Oil Painting  By Appointment  Email
     
 Individual Instruction Color Theory  By Appointment  Email