Loyola University Maryland

Department of Fine Arts

Art History Faculty

Dr. Janet HeadleyDr. Janet Headley (Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park)

Professor of Fine Arts
Teaching Areas: 19th- and 20th-century European and American Art
Research Interests: Public monuments; art patronage and collecting

Dr. Barnaby Nygren

Dr. Barnaby Nygren (Ph.D., Harvard University)

Associate Professor of Fine Arts
Teaching Areas: Italian and Northern Renaissance Art, Michelangelo, Baroque Art, Prints and Printmaking, Spanish Colonial Art
Research Interests: Perspective and humor in early Renaissance painting, psychoanalysis and art, Michelangelo, art and the New World

Dr. Kerry BoeyeDr. Kerry Boeye (Ph.D., University of Chicago)

Assistant Professor of Fine Arts
Teaching Areas: Medieval Art, Islamic Art, Manuscripts
Research Interests: Medieval manuscript illumination, representations of King Solomon.

Dr. Letty BonnellDr. Letty Bonnell (Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park)

Affiliate Assistant Faculty in Fine Arts and Curator of Visual Collections
Teaching Areas: African, African-American, contemporary art
Research Interests: Yoruba art from southwest Nigeria

Other Faculty

Dr. Martha C. Taylor (Ph.D., Stanford University)

Associate Professor of Classics
Teaching Areas: Greek and Roman Art and Architecture
Research Interests: Athenian History, Thucydides

Dan Schlapbach (MFA, Indiana University)

Associate Professor of Fine Arts (Photography)
Teaching Areas: Silver and Digital Photography; History of Photography
Research Interests: Stereo Photography; Alternative Processes, Digital Photography
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Phil Dayao

Phil Dayao

Phil is studying architecture to develop sustainable housing made from shipping containers for families experiencing homelessness in Baltimore

Communication, Fine Arts
A collage of drawings of the human form with various cultural modifications
Course Snapshot

Exploring Studio Arts 303: Life Drawing

Students in this fine arts class examine the structure—and intellectual context—of the human anatomy.