Archive for March, 2011

Letter from John Angel

ARC Living Master, John Angel, who runs Angel Academy with Lynne Barton in Florence, recently wrote to Fred Ross:

“What you have done (are doing) for this wonderful art of ours is beyond thanks. Sei forte! You are the best!

John Angel”

Posted Saturday, March 19th, 2011

ARC Approved™ Grand Central Academy Summer Workshops
ARC Approved Atelier™ Grand Central Academy Summer Workshops

Hudson River from the Catskills
by Erik Koeppel

Hudson River Fellowship – July 5 – 31st, 2011
Artists engage in capturing the spirit of landscape in the Catskill Mountains.
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GCA Core Program Admission
For students interested in Grand Central Academy’s full-time 4-year atelier with a September 2011 start date.
Registration Deadline: May 2nd
Click here for details and application for Painters.
Click here for details and application for Sculptors.

Paint en Plein Air in the Catskill Mountains
Join The Grand Central Academy in the beautiful Catskill Mountains for two different 2-week workshops are offered in July taught by Hudson River Fellowship Senior Fellows Thomas Kegler and Erik Koeppell.
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TNT Workshop
Join Ted Minoff and Travis Schlaht this summer from August 1 – 5 for TNT Portrait Sketch. Each day brings a new pose as the class works from pencil to charcoal, grisaille and finally to oil using a full color palette.
Click here to view Full Summer Course Listings

Posted Monday, March 7th, 2011

ARC Approved™ Teaching Studios of Art Summer Workshops in Brooklyn

This summer, ARC Approved™ Teaching Studios of Art will be hosting four one-week workshops at their Brooklyn studio, in various genres of realist painting. The instructors are all highly acclaimed, professional figurative artists. Our studio is located in Bushwick, Brooklyn ,the heart of New York City’s artist community. It is conveniently located above the subway with on-street parking available, as well.

Chris Pugliese
Bennett Vadnais
Adam Miller
Robert Zeller

For more information, click here.

Posted Friday, March 4th, 2011