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Art & Design Faculty

The Art & Design Department of Campbellsville University provides visual learners with an undergraduate B.F.A (Bachelors of Fine Arts) professional degree or B.A (Bachelor of Arts) degree in the context of a Christian liberal arts environment. The B.F.A and B.A programs preparers the student for careers in art production, art education, graphic design, 3D animation, fine art, illustration, and graduate school for further studies such as studio art, animation, art therapy, arts administration, arts history, art education, and museum studies among others. The department provides a survey course for undergraduates in visual art which strives to teach understanding of arts language, art from different periods as well as from diverse cultures. Another goal of the department is to produce visually literate individuals. This is accomplished through close interaction and instruction from a department composed of three full-time professors who are assisted by adjunct faculty with specialized areas of expertise.

Linda J. Cundiff

Linda J. Cundiff

Department Chair, Professor of Art

B.A. Campbellsville College

M.A. Master of Art,
Murray State University

M.F.A. Ohio University

Advanced Graduate Study:
KY Institute for European Studies; University of Oxford; University of California, Berkley; University of Louisville

Linda has won numerous awards from the Kentucky State Fair and has exhibited at the Council on Post-Secondary Education Building in Frankfort, Ky., from 2008 until 2011 and the U.S. Bank Exhibit at the Kentucky Museum in Bowling Green, Ky., in 2011. She exhibited in the Capital Arts Juried Exhibit in Bowling Green in 2010 as well as in the Lincoln Day Art Exhibit in Hodgenville, Ky.

(270) 789-5268

Davie Reneau

Davie Reneau

Associate Professor of Art

B.F.A. Western Kentucky University

M.F.A. West Virginia University

Historically, Davie’s pots have always involved the rituals of food presentation and storage. She began to make vases that were more concerned with surface textures and relationships of forms that were directly inspired by the lush femaleness of Kentucky’s farmland. She began to make utilitarian forms that stack when not in use to form blossom-like sculptural objects. The straight lines in the liquor sets are reminiscent of the vertical planks in barns juxtaposed against the sensual curves of hills. It seemed that images from her past had begun to trickle into her work like Marc Chagall’s painting “I and the Village.”

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William Morse

William Morse

Associate Professor of Art

B.F.A  Art and Advertising,
Texas A & M University

M.S.  Master of Science, Art,
Texas A & M University

M.F.A.  3D Animation and Visual Effects, The Academy of Art University, San Francisco

Masters Certification  Sessions School of Design-New York
(Graphic Design and Multimedia)

William has taught higher education for over 20 years. He studied under both Paulo Alvarado and Phil Morris who worked on the Disney films “Lilo & Stitch”, “Mulan”, “Brother Bear”, “The Lion King”, “Pocahontas”, “Transformers 3” and “Harry Potter”. In addition, he studied under Tad Leckman who works at Industrial Light and Magic and worked on the following films, “Rango”, “VanHelsing”, “Peter Pan”, “Terminator 3”, “Minority Report”, “Star Wars: Episode II”, “The Time Machine”, “Planet of the Apes”, and “The Mummy Returns”. William is an author and illustrator of five children’s books. His book “Bip and the Bulb” was part of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books that took place on the UCLA campus. William also teaches for The Art Institute of Pittsburgh-Online Division.

(270) 789-5296

Azucena "Susie" Trejo Williams

Azucena "Susie" Trejo Williams

Assistent Professor of Art

B.A. University of North Texas

M.F.A. Maryland Institute College of Art

Azucena Trejo Williams is an interdisciplinary artist working in installation, photography, video and sound. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a B.A. in Photojournalism, Post-Bac coursework in art and art education from Campbellsville University, and M.F.A. in Studio Art at Maryland Institute College of Art. Trejo Williams’ experience in photography spans over 20 years including a career as a photojournalist and a photo editor in various national newspapers. She taught at the Dallas Museum of Art and Beijing University of Agriculture, and presented in The Arts in Society’s 9th International Conference.

(270) 789-5133