Archive for June, 2014
Posted Monday, June 30th, 2014
|Hsin-Yao, having already developed a signature style, has had his work recognized by the major art magazines of today, as well as by an unprecedented number of highly prestigious galleries. Hsin-Yao’s technique in oil is brilliant and sure; he paints in a Romantic, expressive manner that honors the Western tradition while signaling an edgy, contemporary complexity. Hsin-Yao has a curiosity and energy that propel him toward experimentation and innovation. Accordingly, he works in a range of genres, from lush evocations of San Francisco and other cities, to expressive portraits and finally to lustrous interiors in which multiple figures enact a story.
To view his new gallery on ARC, click here.
I Never Told You by Hsin-Yao Tseng
Posted Friday, June 27th, 2014
Figure Drawing by Sergey Chubirko
|The mission of the Russian Academy of Art, Florence is to teach the fundamental principles, methods and techniques of classical art diligently transmitted over the centuries since the Italian Renaissance. Their academic program provides thorough training in anatomy, composition, chromatics, perspective, painting, constructive drawing and study of the works of the Old Masters. With this solid framework, students will be able to go on to develop their own individual styles and methods of creative expression.
| To view their new section on ARC, click here.
|Epoch Times Wins 16 Awards|
Posted Thursday, June 26th, 2014
|The Epoch Times, a newspaper which supports the return of skill-based training techniques to the arts as a whole and the preservation of artistic heritage won 16 awards at the annual New York Press Association Conference held on April 4th and 5th.
|“‘The awards are, of course, great as recognition from our peers in the industry, and as encouragement for everyone at Epoch Times. I would just point out that the awards are a natural outgrowth of a lot of sustained hard work during the past year,’ said John Nania, Epoch Times editor-in-chief.”
|To read the full article, click here.
Image Shown: Epoch Times Creative Director Seth Holehouse and Associate Creative Director Robert Counts hold awards for overall excellence in photography, design, and advertising at the New York Press Association’s annual conference in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
|Openings at the Aristides Atelier|
Posted Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
||Openings are currently available at the ARC Approved™ Aristides Atelier at Gage Academy of Art for the 2014-15 academic year. Located in Seattle, Washington, and led by celebrated artist, author and lecturer Juliette Aristides, the Aristides Atelier runs from September through June, and is designed to provide serious artists the opportunity to work and study in a stimulating, communal environment under the guidance of a master teaching artist. Discover the classics!
| To learn more and to apply, visit www.GageAcademy.org/adult, or call 800.880.3898.
|Delaware Museum Loses Accreditation|
Posted Monday, June 23rd, 2014
|“WILMINGTON, Del. –The Delaware Art Museum lost its accreditation and its ability to receive loaned works from many museums Wednesday, one day after the museum sold one of its most famous Pre-Raphaelite paintings to help pay its bills.
A committee of the American Alliance of Museums, a national museum advocacy organization, voted unanimously Wednesday to remove the Delaware museum’s accreditation…. The Delaware Art Museum’s first painting up for auction, William Holman Hunt’s Isabella and the Pot of Basil, sold for $4.25 million in London Tuesday, a record for a Holman Hunt work but far short of Christie’s low estimate of $8.4 million.”
To read the full article in USA Today by Margie Fishman, click here.
Isabella and the Pot of Basil
by William Holman Hunt
Posted Friday, June 20th, 2014
When Your Lover Has Gone
by Gordon Hanley
|Fascinated by the drawings of da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo, since 2009 Gordon Hanley’s art shifted from watercolor painting to drawings in the Renaissance medium of metalpoint. Moving from the more traditional silver on paper, most of his recent work features drawings in 24ct gold on paper with prepared grounds of his own design and development.
| Using continually evolving techniques, he has moved this ancient art form into previously unexplored territory, opening it up to new possibilities. His current work in this medium features still life, figure work and portraits. He is now recognized as one of the world’s leading artists in this medium.
To view his new gallery on ARC, click here.
|New ARC Allied Organization™|
Posted Wednesday, June 18th, 2014
|Streamline art video is a division of Streamline Publishing, Inc., which publishes Fine Art Connoisseur and PleinAir Magazines. The division was founded on the premise that art education is the foundation necessary for all artists and video is a convenient tool for those who cannot take the time to attend art school or workshops. Streamline felt it could improve on the quality of production of art instructional videos, giving videos the same quality aesthetics the magazines are known for; good design and quality content. Streamline sought out a video team with experience on major motion pictures in Hollywood, as well as experience as an artist and understanding art, with an end result of more focused, quality productions with strong appeal to those learning art. The division has produced numerous videos featuring ARC masters and also provides the annual ARC video prize to the Best in Show winner of the International ARC Salon Competition. This video features the artist’s technique (demonstration) plus interviews with ARC Founder Fred Ross, a tour of the Ross Collection, a review of the year’s top winning paintings and more. Streamline offers a variety of videos in figurative, portrait, plein air/landscape painting.
|For more on this and other ARC Allied Organizations, click here.
Posted Monday, June 16th, 2014
|The Bay Area Classical Artist Atelier will be hosting a number of exciting workshops this spring and summer. Ted Seth Jacobs will be teaching an exclusive workshop in France, June 2nd – July 3rd for which there are only two spots left. Other workshops being offered in the spring and summer include: Stephen Early Figure Painting Workshop, July 7 – July 18, Graydon Parrish Workshop on Form Painting and Color Theory, July 21 – August 1, Michael Grimaldi and Dan Thompson Workshop on Advanced Artistic Anatomy, August 4 – 8, and Juliette Aristides will be teaching a Figure Painting Workshop from August 11 – 22.
To view more information and to sign up for courses, click here.
The Warrior by Dan Thompson
Posted Thursday, June 12th, 2014
|ARC Associate Living Master™ Thomas Kegler will be featured in a show at Burchfield Penney Art Center – 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y. 14222. The show is titled Fly Fishing and is “A Celebration of the Stream, is an exhibition developed in collaboration with the Western New York chapter of Trout Unlimited (TU), an organization whose mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.”
For more information on this and other exhibitions, click here.
Dawn Reflections: Galatians 5:22-23
by Tom Kegler
|Artists and Alumni of Studio Incamminati Exhibition and Sale|
Posted Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Gabrielle by Peter Kelsey
|June 24 – July 2, 2014
The exhibition features more than 60 pieces of some of the finest in contemporary realist art from instructors, students and alumni of Studio Incamminati. Many of the artists have won national and international awards and had their artwork featured in American Art Collector and Fine Art Connoisseur.
ARC Living Master™ Dan Thompson, part time instructor at Studio Incamminati, will also be attending the event.
|All proceeds go to the individual artists and Studio Incamminati.
Freeman’s Auctioneers and Appraisers, 1808 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA8
For more on this and other exhibitions, click here.
|New ARC Letter from Julio Reyes|
Posted Thursday, June 5th, 2014
Vessels by Julio Reyes
|“I must take the opportunity to tell you what an honor it is to be a part of your collection, and how truly grateful I am to you and to the ARC Salon Competition. ARC helped my career in a huge way early on, and when it really mattered; when I was nobody from nowhere. The endorsement, and patronage provided the kind of financial and emotional support that kept me pursuing my life’s dream, giving me the means, courage, and confidence to push on. What’s more, this morning Candice and I learned of the results of this year’s Salon Competition, and we were jumping around the living room, overjoyed, appreciative, and feeling truly blessed! What more can I say, other than, thank you – thank you for supporting us and so many other artists out there, and for standing up for quality, meaning, and substance in the arts. I will keep painting to the best of my ability, every day, for as long as I can; and if by chance, I’m able to leave behind an artistic legacy that outlives me, then I hope you know you had something to do with it.”
To read the full letter, click here.
Posted Monday, June 2nd, 2014
|ARC Approved™ Angel Academy of Art will be hosting their student exhibition this weekend. The show opens this Friday June 6th from 18:30 – 20:30 but the exhibition will continue on Saturday the 7th and Sunday the 8th from 10:00 to 17:00 on Saturday and 10:00 to 14:00 on Sunday.
By Savannah Tate Cuff
|To view more on this and other events, please click here.
How to Create a Classical Still Life in Pastel
What is Fine Art and Why Realism?
Opening of the 2014/2015 ARC Salon and Award Ceremony at the MEAM, Barcelona
The Power of The Representational Art Conference of 2015 "TRAC"
The Beaux Art Ball of 2015 for the Florence Academy Building Fund
Gezien van de Riet
David Andrew Nishita Cheifetz
Daniel Martin Stephanian
Richard T Scott
Mary Ross Buchholz
Albert Yi-Fu Chen
Ali Ghassan Al-Zobaede
John Joseph Hunn
Angela Mia De La Vega: Loving Learning - front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Loving Learning - back view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Painting Music - side view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Tiny Dancer - front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Bloom - back view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Bloom - front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Bloom - left view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Crowned Jewel - front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Crowned Jewel - side view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Lift Her With Butterflies - front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Lift Her With Butterflies - side
Angela Mia De La Vega: Sunshine - Front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: Sunshine - Side view
Angela Mia De La Vega: The Young Thinker - front view
Angela Mia De La Vega: The Young Thinker - side view
Dmitry Sevryukov: Cockatoo
Dmitry Sevryukov: Bird
Dmitry Sevryukov: Quince
Carol Lee Thompson: Morning Bath
Carol Lee Thompson: Up and Over
Carol Lee Thompson: Magdalia
Carol Lee Thompson: Boat Yard
Carol Lee Thompson: Off To The Hunt
Carol Lee Thompson: Triple Crown
Carol Lee Thompson: Changing Tactics
See More New Artworks
New Artist Letters
Antoine Auguste Ernest Hebert
Albert Pierre Rene Maignan
Antoine Auguste Ernest Hebert
Claude Andrew Calthrop
Charles Francois Marchal
Charles Francois Marchal
New Artist Portraits
Gezien van de Riet
Steven Christopher Seward
New ARChive Postings
Amazing Insight Into Realism
ARC Chairman on Van Gogh
Inspired and Grateful to ARC
Response to "Nudity in Art: A Virtue of Vice?"
Letter from john Angel
Art School Anecdote
Hard Times Speech Comment from Scholarship Student
Painting Identification Contest