|Juan Medina, has been approved as an ARC Living Artist™
by Juan Medina
Oct. 4th – Nov. 4th, 2008 -Juan Medina: New Paintings (Solo Show)
Bryant Galleries of New Orleans/www.bryantgalleries.com
Oct. 28th – Nov. 7th, 2008-The American Artists Professional League (Group Show)
Salmagundi Club, New York
Nov. 14th – Dec. 2nd, 2008-Allied Artists of America (Group Show)
The National Arts Club, New York
Nov. 21st – Nov. 30th, 2008-Art en Capital (Group Show with the "Société Nationale des Beaux Arts")
Grand Palais des Champs Elysées (Paris, France)
Dec. 11th – Dec. 14th, 2008-"Salon 2008 de la Société Nationale des Beaux Arts"
Carrousel du Louvre (Paris, France)
Feb. 17th – Mar. 3rd, 2009-Group show with the International Guild of Realism
The Weatherburn Gallery
Archive for October, 2008
|On Behalf of the Committee to Write the Catalog Raisonne on William Bouguereau 1825-1905:
We are proud to announce that we now have the complete translation of the Bouguereau Catalogue Raisonne. As of January 1st, 2009, we will be working with the publisher on the final layout of the images and the final editing of the William Bouguereau Catalog Raissone. We are told that from the time this occurs to the time of actual publication is 4 months. We therefore are now projecting the publication of the catalogue raisonne to be April / May of 2009*. The next update will include the actual release date of the book.
Nymphes et Satyre
by William Bouguereau
|The William Bouguereau Catalog Raisonne which is due to be jointly published by Art Renewal Center® and the Antique Collectors Club, includes information on all of William Bouguereau’s 826 known paintings, as well as the entire 600 page biography written by Damien Bartoli, along with an introduction by Fred Ross, ARC Chairman and President of the Bouguereau Committee.
Here are merely a few of the outstanding features of this publication:
|The Chinese International Figure Painting Competition, sponsored by New Tang Dynasty Television (NTDTV) features works depicting traditional Chinese virtues and values with classical western realistic methods.
For More Information
Jacob Collins And The Water Street Atelier
October 17, 2008 – November 30, 2008
Opening reception: Friday, October 17, 2008, from 6 to 9 PM
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Atlanta Art Gallery
10 to 5 Tuesday – Saturday
3005 Peachtree Rd NE, Suite B, Atlanta, GA
Featuring paintings by ARC Living Master™, Jacob Collins and 60 works by 37 of the students and alumni of The Water Street Atelier, an ARC Approved Atelier™ located in New York City.
Among The Water Street alumni in the show are Juliette Aristides, Dennis Cheaney, Tony Curanaj, Camie Davis, Carl Dobsky, Aaron Brent Harker, Nicholas Hiltner, Michael Klein, Kristin Künc, Arantzazu Martínez, Edward Minoff, Nita Moore, Anthony Noel, Mikel Olazabal, Jeremy R. Oertel, Nicholas Raynolds, Travis Schlaht, Timothy Stotz, N. Michelle Tully, Scott Waddell, Patricia Watwood, Sam Wisneski, and Robert Zeller.
About Jacob Collins
Jacob Collins (born 1964) is a graduate of Columbia College, New York, the New York Academy of Art and the New York Studio School. In 1994 he opened The Water Street Atelier in a loft in Brooklyn, New York and relocated it to Manhattan in 2002. He is also founder and director of the Grand Central Academy of Art, New York, as well as the Hudson River School for Landscape, Elmira, NY. His work has been exhibited in prestigious galleries in the United States and Europe as well as the Arnot Art Museum, Hunter, NY; the Memorial Art Museum, Rochester, NY; the Union League in New York City; the Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California. His work is included in the collections of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College and the Forbes collection to name a few. He has been commissioned to paint portraits of J. Paul Getty, Jr., President George H.W. Bush and U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger.
Dear Art Renewal Center
I cannot express how much your website has influenced me!!
I have been listening to all the podcasts and greatly enjoy them.
I became interested in William Bouguereau in my teens and still today find it
disgracefull when in books such as “Famous French Painters of the 18th
centuary” or “The top 100 painters in history” that he is not included