Academic Programs Arts • Faculty
Originally from Michigan, Michael received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah Georgia, and a Master of Fine Arts from Washington State University. He has been teaching at Midland College since 2011. He teaches all levels of Oil and Watercolor Painting, along with Figure Drawing (Drawing III). He also acts as Director of the McCormick Gallery.
Courses Taught: Painting, Watercolor, Figure Drawing
Kent Moss has been teaching at Midland College since 1985. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Murray State University in Kentucky, and a Master of Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University. Professor Moss instructs Photography, Digital Art and Art Appreciation courses. Kent has exhibited in competitive, solo and group shows, and has accepted invitations to jury art exhibits. He has been selected for a Teaching Excellence Award at Midland College and was the 2005 featured artist for Celebration of the Arts.
Professor of Photography
Office: 195Allison Fine Arts Building
Telephone: (432) 685-4654
Courses Taught: Digital Arts, Photography, Art Appreciation
Mike Richardson was born in Odessa, TX. He earned his Associates Degree in Drafting Technology from Odessa College, a Bachelors of Fine Art from The University of Texas of the Permian Basin with an emphasis in Ceramics, and a Masters of Fine Art from Washington State University with an emphasis in Sculpture. He has worked professionally as an Ironworker, building custom, architectural pieces for individuals in Midland, TX. He is now employed as an Assistant Professor of Ceramics and Sculpture at Midland College. He has exhibited his work regionally and nationally.
Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Ceramics
Office: 189 Allison Fine Arts Building
Telephone: (432) 685-4652
Courses Taught: Ceramics, Sculpture, Design II, Art Appreciation
Dagan E. Sherman was born in Wichita, Kansas. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Fort Hays State University and a Master of Fine Arts, with an Emphasis in Printmaking, from Wichita State University. He now teaches Printmaking, Drawing and Design at Midland College, and frequently exhibits his work locally, regionally and nationally.Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Ceramics
Office: 191 Allison Fine Arts Building
Telephone: (432) 685-4653
Courses Taught: Drawing, Printmaking, Design I, Art Appreciation