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October 2016

Part VII in Educational Article Series Published

Published October 31, 2016

Part seven in a series of 15 plus articles on French and English Academic Painting by ARC COO, Kara Lysandra Ross, has been published in the Epoch Times. This article focuses on the Barbizon School and Naturalism.

"The naturalist Barbizon school of painters was a group of artists who gathered between 1830 and 1870 in the village of Barbizon near Fontainebleau Forest, France.

This group of artists was known as a movement that trended toward a more impressionist, plein air approach. They worked to capture peasant life and the rural landscape. Although these artists are usually allocated to naturalism, it is important to note that they did study at the academy schools, a fact that is not often mentioned."

To read the full article, click here.

The Goose Girl of Mezy
by Leon-Augustin L'hermitte

ARC Salon Results

Published October 31, 2016

For all those eagerly awaiting the results of the 12th international ARC Salon competition, we will be announcing results a week from today, on Monday, November 7th.

Be sure to visit the ARC website at this time to view all the winners and finalists.

Exhibition Now Open

Published October 28, 2016

The exhibition and sale currently featuring works by the winners of the Rehs Contemporary Galleries award in the 11th International ARC Salon are now on exhibit. ARC Select, featuring works by Duffy Sheridan, Joseph McGurl, Richard Hall, Philippe Attie, Walter Rane, and Kari Tirrell will be on view through November 18th at Rehs Contemorary Galleries, 5 East 57th Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10022, Phone (212) 355-5710.
To view all the works online, click here.

For purchase inquiries please contact lance.rehs@gmail.com.

New ARC Purchase Award

Published October 28, 2016

We are pleased to announce the next purchase award for the 12th International ARC Salon Competition. Adam Clague’s painting titled Knitter's Gift has now been added to the ARC Collection.
"Inspiration for this painting sparked from the idea to create a flowing rhythm using strands of colorful yarn. On the day this young girl modeled, beautiful sunlight streamed through the window. This resulted in a stunning pattern of light and shadow and a great variety of whites, providing further inspiration for the piece. My wife and I always enjoy painting this young friend of ours because of her sweet spirit, and because she loves being a part of the painting process."
All purchase awards will be exhibited at the live exhibition for the ARC Salon which will travel from the Salmagundi Club in New York City to the MEAM museum in Barcelona in 2017. More purchase award announcements to follow.

New Bargue Lesson Released

Published October 27, 2016

The Da Vinci Initiative is proud to introduce a new online Bargue Drawing course titled Charles Bargue in the 21st Century. This course takes you from start to finish in creating a drawing from a 19th century Bargue plate. This week they have released Lesson 6 titled, "Why Bargue?".
The DVI is using Patreon, a subscription service, and the sale of the course though its website, to finance the expense of producing high-quality video courses in order to provide broader access to training for students who are eager to learn atelier skills. Your patronage ensures that all students have access to this essential knowledge.
Patreon and purchasers through DVI will gain access to additional tips and tricks videos with additional educational footage. Patreon subscribers will also gain access to the weekly footage one day in advance of the general public, or the entire course with additional footage can be purchased in totality now through DVI by clicking here.

Please visit Patreon to subscribe, or come to the DVI YouTube channel for the first five videos for free now.

To make a donation to The Da Vinci Initiative, click here.

Free Lecture Series at The Florence Academy of Art

Published October 27, 2016

The ARC Approved™ Florence Academy of Art is holding a series of lectures throughout the Fall of 2016 at their US location at 888 Newark Avenue, FL 3, Jersey City, NJ 07306.

Stephen Bauman and Cornelia Hernes will be presenting a lecture about their upcoming exhibition "Bauman and Hernes - Selected Works" on October 28, 2016.

The actual exhibition will be on view at the Florence Academy of Art US location from October 30 - December 16, 2016.

All lectures are free, open to the public and begin at 5pm.

For more information about the lectures, please email Alexa Marino at info.us@florenceacademyofart.com.

New ARC Living Artist

Published October 26, 2016

ARC is pleased to welcome George Angelini as our newest ARC Living Artist™.

George Angelini's current work has brought him full circle to why he loved art in the first place, by evoking a mood with his realism in a solid composition, letting the viewer experience the same emotion that made him want to paint a certain scene or portrait.

True happiness, Mr. Angelini believes, comes from following the path that was meant for one to follow in this life and he believes that, after many years, he is finally back on that path.

To view his gallery on ARC, please click here.

Doug Zider Exhibition

Published October 26, 2016

ARC Associate Living Master™ Doug Zider will be holding a solo show of paintings and prints called "My Long Island" at the Kaiser Gallery, Molloy College - 1000 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002.
The exhibition runs from October 28 - December 15, 2016, and the opening reception takes place on October 28th, 7 - 9 pm.

For more on this and other exhibitions, click here.

New ARC Associate Living Master

Published October 25, 2016

ARC is pleased to welcome Arina Gordienko as our newest ARC Associate Living Master™.

Arina Gordienko is an internationally acclaimed artist who is often known under her artist's name of 'ARINA'. She is passionately dedicated to the renaissance of the realistic traditions in painting and widely proclaims revival of beauty in art. She uses the old masters classic 'sfumato' technique in her work but with her own contemporary essence. She has developed her own significant style, combining traditional classical techniques with surreal imaginative compositions and a contemporary palette.

To view her gallery on ARC, please click here.

Grand Central Atelier Exhibit

Published October 24, 2016

The ARC Approved™ Grand Central Atelier is holding an exhibition titled "New Arrivals" at Eleventh Street Arts located on 46-06 11th St., Long Island City, NY 11101.

Running from September 22 through November 4, 2016 the exhibition display will display the works of students and faculty of Grand Central Atelier.

There will also be a free Bach concert among the paintings on October 27, 2016 from 7- 9 pm.

For more information, please visit http://www.eleventhstreetarts.com.

New ARC Purchase Award

Published October 21, 2016

We are pleased to announce the next purchase award for the 12th International ARC Salon Competition. Julie Bell’s painting titled, White Velvet has now been added to the ARC Collection.

"This horse's name is Charmer and he belongs to my friend, Whip. As I painted and brought this image to life in my studio,I also brought along the very morning I met Charmer. Every time I look at this painting, all of my senses replay an exact recording of that day's particular unique quality of air and sun, the pounding beats of Charmer's hooves, the water from the last night's rain splashing on me, the excitement in my heart at seeing Charmer prance around, snorting and delighting in these same elements. I'm overcome with gratitude for that moment.”
All purchase awards will be exhibited at the live exhibition for the ARC Salon which will travel from the Salmagundi Club in New York City to the MEAM museum in Barcelona in 2017. More purchase award announcements to follow.

New DVI Video Posted

Published October 21, 2016

The Da Vinci Initiative is proud to introduce a new online Bargue Drawing course titled Charles Bargue in the 21st Century. This course takes you from start to finish in creating a drawing from a 19th century Bargue plate. This week they have released Lesson 5, on Sharpening Charcoal.
The DVI is using Patreon, a subscription service, and the sale of the course though its website, to finance the expense of producing high-quality video courses in order to provide broader access to training for students who are eager to learn atelier skills. Your patronage ensures that all students have access to this essential knowledge.
Patreon and purchasers through DVI will gain access to additional tips and tricks videos with additional educational footage. Patreon subscribers will also gain access to the weekly footage one day in advance of the general public, or the entire course with additional footage can be purchased in totality now through DVI by clicking here.

Please visit Patreon to subscribe, or come to the DVI YouTube channel for the first five videos for free now.

To make a donation to The Da Vinci Initiative, click here.

IX 2016

Published October 21, 2016

October 19 - 23, 2016
The world's largest exhibition of Imaginative Realism, IX will showcase over 2000 artworks from over 200 international artists. There will be lectures, demonstrations , workshops, portfolio reviews, and film screening during the event. This year IX will be held at the Goggleworks Center For the Arts and Double Tree Hilton in Reading, PA.
Procession by Matthew Mrowka
For more information, please visit illuxcon.com

New Academy of Realist Art Instructional Video

Published October 21, 2016

ARC Approved™ Academy of Realist Art has recently released a new on-line instructional video about French Academic Painting.

ARA’s senior instructor Fernando Freitas takes you through a step-by-step process of the stages of painting.The video teaches a greater understanding of oil painting based on old master techniques from the imprimatura, drawing and dead colour stages, through to first and second painting stages.
Viewers will also learn the principles of lean to fat (or fat over lean), tools and materials, and paint application, as well as proportion, values, chroma, and edges.

To learn more, please click here.

Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt

Published October 20, 2016

More than 90 drawings and 27 paintings by such renowned Golden Age masters as Aelbert Cuyp, Pieter Jansz Saenredam, and Rembrandt van Rijn reveal the many ways Dutch artists used preliminary drawings in the painting process. The exhibition includes compositional drawings, individual figure studies, carefully ruled construction drawings, and sketchbooks. It also examines the underdrawings artists made on their panel and canvas supports before painting their scenes.

The exhibition runs until January 2, 2017 at the National Gallery of Art - 3rd and 9th Streets along Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20001.

For more information, please click here.

ARC Select in Epoch Times

Published October 19, 2016

The Epoch Times has recently published an article on ARC Select 2016, which opens on October 22, 2016 with the opening reception from 1pm – 6pm.

The exhibition will be featuring works by the winners of the Rehs Contemporary Galleries award in the 11th International ARC Salon.

Young Girl at the Seashore
by Duffy Sheridan
"Continuing its efforts to expand representational art, the Art Renewal Center (ARC) has started to help artists connect with galleries. It teamed up first with Rehs Contemporary Galleries Inc., which has made all of its wall space available for a group show, ARC Select 2016, opening on Oct 22.

ARC has become an online hub for contemporary realism. It organizes skill-based art training programs, scholarship competitions, and salons, and has been building an online museum of over 7,000 artists since 1999.

Howard Rehs, of Rehs Galleries, selected six artists from ARC's annual Salon finalists. The show comprises an eclectic mix of contemporary realist styles of landscapes, figure, and still life paintings. The artists, all highly skilled, painted new works specifically for the inaugural show."

Twilight, Hudson River by Joseph McGurl
To read the entire article, please click here.

The show will run from October 22nd – November 18th, 2016.

William Merritt Chase Exhibition

Published October 18, 2016

The first complete examination of the artist in more than three decades, “William Merritt Chase” brings together 80 of the painter’s finest works in both oil and pastel, drawn from public and private collections across the US.

The show takes place at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and runs from October 9, 2016 – January 16, 2017.

For more information, please click here.

New Purchase Award

Published October 17, 2016

We are pleased to announce the next purchase award for the 12th International ARC Salon Competition. Seth Haverkamp’s painting titled, House and Home has now been added to the ARC Collection
"The girl in the painting is of my seven year old, Penelope. She always does interesting hand movements and gestures as she makes her way through daily life. I wanted to try to capture that, as well as capture a hint of her childish innocence that seven year olds posses. The bird house represents a house. They come and go. The nest is home. It's where the heart is. The house is just a place we inhabit. The nest is where we grow into individuals and become who we are."
All purchase awards will be exhibited at the live exhibition for the ARC Salon which will travel from the Salmagundi Club in New York City to the MEAM museum in Barcelona in 2017. More purchase award announcements to follow.

Sivananda Nyayapathi in Juried Exhibition

Published October 17, 2016

ARC Living Artist™ Sivananda Nyayapathi will be among the artists in the Richeson75 juried exhibition.

The Richeson75 competitions are meant to offer a venue in which established and emerging artists may show their latest, best work to a wide and appreciative audience.

The show runs from October 18 - December 3, 2016 at Richeson School of Art & Gallery - 557 Marcella St. Kimberly, Wisconsin 54136.

The opening reception will take place on October 21, 2016.

Click here for more information.

ARC Select 2016

Published October 14, 2016

Only 8 days until ARC Select 2016, featuring works by the winners of the Rehs Contemporary Galleries award in the 11th International ARC Salon.

ARC Select is a group exhibition featuring the works of six hand-picked artists from ARC’s annual Salon. Joseph McGurl, known for his masterful plein-air landscapes which exemplify the use of light, while incorporating vigorous attention to detail. Kari Tirrell, a self-taught artist known for her quirky still lifes and mesmerizing toy jumbles. Richard Hall, a brilliant visual story-teller whose work incorporates twists of humor and whimsy. The Haitian artist Philippe Attie's meticulously crafted figure paintings juxtaposed against a playful abstraction. Walter Rane's investigations of the human form and the relationship with their environment and atmosphere; evoking ephemeral moments of spiritual interactions captured on canvas. Along with Duffy Sheridan, an artist whose tireless exploration has empowered him to reveal and convey the true subtleties of human expression.
The show runs from October 22, 2016 to November 18, 2016 with the opening reception on October 22, 2016 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. 5 East 57th Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10022, Phone (212) 355-5710

For inquires please contact Rehs Contemporary Galleries, by clicking here.

College Fund by Richard Hall

New Purchase Award

Published October 14, 2016

We are pleased to announce the next purchase award for the 12th International ARC Salon Competition. Andrea Bills’s drawing titled, Waiting for Alice, has now been added to the ARC Collection.
"My inspiration began for this drawing when thinking about The White Rabbit from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and the Disney song, 'I'm late! I'm late! For a very important date! No time to say hello, goodbye! I'm late! I'm late! I'm late!' My original idea was to make the Rabbit the central missing figure for this piece, but as the idea evolved through sketches and preliminary work I decided to make Alice the missing figure, while the Rabbit and the Hatter are left waiting for her arrival."
All purchase awards will be exhibited at the live exhibition for the ARC Salon which will travel from the Salmagundi Club in New York City to the MEAM museum in Barcelona in 2017. More purchase award announcements to follow.

Next DVI Video Released

Published October 13, 2016

The Da Vinci Initiative is proud to introduce a new online Bargue Drawing course titled Charles Bargue in the 21st Century. This course takes you from start to finish in creating a drawing from a 19th century Bargue plate. This week they have released Lesson 4, on Notional Space.
The DVI is using Patreon, a subscription service, and the sale of the course though its website, to finance the expense of producing high-quality video courses in order to provide broader access to training for students who are eager to learn atelier skills. Your patronage ensures that all students have access to this essential knowledge.
Patreon and purchasers through DVI will gain access to additional tips and tricks videos with additional educational footage. Patreon subscribers will also gain access to the weekly footage one day in advance of the general public, or the entire course with additional footage can be purchased in totality now through DVI by clicking here.

To see the first five videos in this course, please visit Patreon to subscribe, or come to the DVI YouTube channel for the first four videos for free now.

To make a donation to The Da Vinci Initiative, click here.

Svetlana Cameron in Strokes of Genius

Published October 13, 2016

ARC Associate Living Master™ Svetlana Cameron has had her conte and pastel portrait “Daniel” is published in the 8th volume of Strokes of Genius. A celebration of creative drawing, the Strokes of Genius series showcases standout work from today's top artists. The 8th volume focuses on how artists use texture to bring life and depth to subjects.

Eric Armusik Paints Dante’s Inferno

Published October 12, 2016

From 2016-2018, ARC Associate Living Master™, Eric Armusik, will be working on his largest project to date. He will be painting 40 large 4ft x 5ft panels of Dante's Inferno with the assistance of renowned Dante Scholar, Christopher Kleinhenz. A full-color book of the paintings, along with in-depth narratives by Professor Kleinhenz, will be published once the series is completed.


Jerry's Artarama has not only made a sizeable monetary contribution to Eric's campaign, but they have donated all 40 large AlumaComp panels for the project. Eric is an artist ambassador for Jerry's Artarama and is regularly featured in their Artist Spotlight series.
Eric's campaign is currently 60% funded. To make a private contribution to the campaign go to: http://www.ericarmusik.com/dantes-inferno-eric-armusik/.

Ivan Aivazovsky - The 200th Anniversary

Published October 11, 2016

This exhibition presents about 100 paintings and 50 graphic works. The best examples of Aivazovsky paintings: seascapes, battle scenes and graphics works will be on display.
The exhibition will display four of the most significant paintings of the artist: The Rainbow (1873), The Black Sea (1881, both from Tretyakov Gallery), and The Ninth Wave (1850), and The Wave (1889, both from State Russian Museum). For the first time, art lovers will see the large format painting On the Shores of the Caucasus (1885, Tretyakov Gallery) that has never been on show before.
The Ninth Wave by Ivan Aivazovsky
The exhibition is already running and ends on November 20, 2016 at the State Tretyakov Gallery - Lavrushinsky Lane, 10, Moscow, Russia, 119017.

Contemporary Imaginative Realism

Published October 10, 2016


Abby by Julie Bell
Curated by IX Arts, an ARC Allied Organization™, Inner Visions brings together over 70 artists covering the gamut of contemporary imaginative realism, showcasing the remarkable diversity of work being created under its banner. The show includes upcoming young artists side by side with award-winning, world renowned painters with multiple monographs dedicated to their work. Their work hangs everywhere from galleries and museums to major private and corporate collections.

The show is open now and runs until November 11, 2016 at the Abend Gallery located on 2260 E Colfax Avenue, Denver, Co 80206.

For more information, please click here.

New ARC Purchase Award

Published October 10, 2016

We are pleased to announce the next purchase award for the 12th International ARC Salon Competition. Gregory Mortenson's painting titled, Polka Dots, has now been added to the ARC Collection.
"In the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake of 2010, a lifelong friend of mine traveled to Haiti to see what good he could do. He came across a group of children that were living in a tent in a pasture of a small village. They had been displaced from Port au Prince when their orphanage crumbled. He purchased the land they were on and then donated it to them. He then began construction on housing and a school. At that point my wife and I traveled to Haiti to help him with the project. It was there that I met the young girl in the polka dot dress.
What impressed me about her and the other children was how quickly they had recovered and healed their broken hearts. The rest of Haiti was completely devastated by the earthquake. Lives were lost. Homes were lost. Jobs were lost. Everywhere you went there seemed to be a depression that had set in. I expected the same at the orphanage. To my surprise, they were just happy kids. The fields rang with laughter and they had big dreams just like any other child. Even though they had lost their families, they had created a new family at the orphanage. It was a true triumph of the human spirit."

All purchase awards will be exhibited at the live exhibition for the ARC Salon which will travel from the Salmagundi Club in New York City to the MEAM museum in Barcelona in 2017. More purchase award announcements to follow.

New DVI Online Course - Bargue Drawing

Published October 7, 2016

The Da Vinci Initiative is proud to introduce a new online Bargue Drawing course titled Charles Bargue in the 21st Century. This course takes you from start to finish in creating a drawing from a 19th century Bargue plate. Two history segments by Kara Lysadra Ross are also included. Videos for the 28 part course are being released one each week for free on YouTube via the DVI YouTube channel.
The DVI is using Patreon, a subscription service, and the sale of the course though its website, to finance the expense of producing high-quality video courses in order to provide broader access to training for students who are eager to learn atelier skills. Your patronage ensures that all students have access to this essential knowledge.
Patreon and purchasers through DVI will gain access to additional tips and tricks videos with additional educational footage. Patreon subscribers will also gain access to the weekly footage one day in advance of the general public, or the entire course with additional footage can be purchased in totality now through DVI by clicking here.

To see the first four videos in this course, please visit Patreon to subscribe, or come to the DVI YouTube channelfor the free footage.

Greg Hildebrandt Exhibition

Published October 7, 2016

Greg Hildebrandt, the first place still life winner in ARC's last International salon competition will be having a retrospective of his work at the Metropolis Gallery, 36 W 37 St, Fl 6, New York, NY 10018.

The show runs from October 7 - December 30, 2016.

The gallery opening will be Friday, October 7th from 6pm-10pm EST.

For more information, please click here.

New ARC Purchase Award

Published October 6, 2016

We are pleased to announce the next purchase award for the 12th International ARC Salon Competition. Joshua LaRock’s painting titled, Laura in Black, has now been added to the ARC Collection.

Laura in Black by Joshua LaRock
$20,000 Purchase Award
"This work represents the third time my wife has agreed to sit for me. Each time she does, a sort of ineffable alchemy occurs, embodying something of my love for her, and resulting in a special work which is more than the sum of drawing, oil and pigments. I was searching to find an aesthetic which balances my desires to stay true to classical ideals, influences and techniques, while speaking in a modern idiom, striking a resonant tone with contemporary hearts. To that end, I sought a gesture and expression, along with a subdued color palette that is wistful, evoking a vague but deep longing. Her gaze is warm, sensitive and direct, but also a bit distant, searching for something unknown. The unfinished, frenetic brushstrokes around the perimeter, leave an unresolved tension.
The drawing and painting process was done entirely from life and under a north facing skylight in Manhattan. It was filmed from start to finish as the subject of an instructional video produced by a new company two colleagues (Michael Klein and Louis Carr) and I are developing, named artDisciple. The film will be released soon."

All purchase awards will be exhibited at the live exhibition for the ARC Salon which will travel from the Salmagundi Club in New York City to the MEAM museum in Barcelona in 2017. More purchase award announcements to follow.

Studio Incamminati Exhibition

Published October 5, 2016

The artists and alumni of Studio Incamminati are holding an exhibition at Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe, NM, one of the West's foremost galleries. The exhibition features more than 50 works of art by 31 artists.

The exhibition runs from October 7 - 31, 2016 at the Manitou Galleries 225 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM.

The opening reception takes place on October 7, 2016 from 6 - 9 p.m.

For more information, please click here.

Clark Gussin in Strokes of Genius

Published October 4, 2016


The Patriot
by Clark Gussian
Congratulations to ARC Associate Living Master™ Clark Gussin for recently being featured in the Strokes of Genius 8 publication. A celebration of creative drawing, the Strokes of Genius series showcases standout work from today's top artists.

For more information about this publication, please click here.

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema Exhibition

Published October 3, 2016

The exhibition Lawrence Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity explores the fascination of the artist Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema with the representation of domestic life in antiquity and how this interest was expressed through the two remarkable studio houses he created in the London neighborhood of St. John’s Wood together with his wife Laura and his two daughters. Born in the north of the Netherlands, Alma-Tadema was trained in Belgium and moved in 1870 to London, where he established a highly successful career at the heart of the artistic establishment, producing work that did much to fix ideas in the popular imagination of what life in the ancient past "looked like" – images that were taken up on stage and in film and that remain with us today. The exhibition and its international tour have been organized by the Fries Museum in Leeuwarden (Friesland), where Alma-Tadema lived as a boy.
The exhibition runs from October 1, 2016 - February 7, 2017 at the Fries Museum, Wilhelminaplein 92, 8911 BS Leeuwarden, The Netherlands.

For more information, please visit friesmuseum.nl.

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