Archive for July, 2008

Tony Ryder will demonstrate at LIAFA August 7th

ARC Approved Atelier, The Long Island Academy of Fine Art is happy to announce a portrait demonstration offered byARC Living Master Anthony Ryder .
Mr. Ryder, an internationally recognized artist, will demonstrate drawing the portrait and describe methods and techniques. Questions from those in attendance will be answered as well.
The demonstration will be held at:
Thursday, August 7th: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at
LIAFA (Riverhead Location)
127 East Main Street.
Call 631-603-5514 to RSVP.
Tony Ryder studied at the Art Students League of New York, the New York Academy of Art, and at the Ecole Albert Defois, in France, with master oil painter Ted Seth Jacobs. He was chosen by Mr. Jacobs to be his substitute at the New York Academy in 1986. He subsequently taught at the Art Students League, and has since taught painting and drawing in France and in many parts of the United States. His work is based on a synthesis of observation and traditional painting theory. Mr. Ryder exhibits in art galleries and museums in both the U.S and Europe.




by Tony Ryder
The Long Island Academy of Fine Art is Long Island’s oldest and largest classical art school, offering classes for adults, teens, and young adults in drawing, painting, and sculpting. To learn more about classes at LIAFA or about other art events, pleased call 631-603-5514 or go online to www.liafa.com.
Posted Friday, July 25th, 2008

ASCR brings the Baroque to Oakland’s Temescal Fair
ARC Approved™ Atelier,   Atelier School of Classical Realism brought it’s Baroque drawing program to the streets of Oakland, CA at the Temescal Fair.
The Atelier, ASCR , in northern California maintains a focus on Baroque drawing and painting technology with an emphasis upon the needs of the individual student.
Fine figure drawing and anatomy courses are offered, as well as a certificate drawing course featuring sight size measurement construction.
The impressive quality of both faculty
(including director, ARC Living Master™
David Hardy
) and student artwork were a wakeup call to those attending the fair:

Classical Training is available in the the 21st Century
Atelier School of  Classical Realism
Atelier School of  Classical Realism
Posted Friday, July 18th, 2008

Accredited Drawing Course through Ashland Academy
ARC Approved™ Atelier, Ashland Academy of Art has launched an accredited drawing course in conjunction with the art department of Southern Oregon University.

University students will be able to take a serious drawing program and get credits at the same time. It is a rare opportunity to share academic drawing methods accumulated through the centuries, with modern university art students.

For more information on this breakthrough opportunity:

October 2008 ART 199 SS/Intro to Academic Drawing
which will be taught on-site at the
Ashland Academy of Art
email: info@ashlandacademyofart.com
or call: 541 482-3567
Ashland Academy drawings
Ashland Academy drawings
Posted Friday, July 18th, 2008

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  • The Foundation for the Art Renewal Center, a 501(c) 3 educational foundation was founded in 1999 to present responsible opposing views to the modernist art establishment.
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Posted Tuesday, July 1st, 2008