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June 2021

Southern Atelier Now Accepting Applications for the Miano Apprenticeship Program

Published June 30, 2021

The Southern Atelier is proud to present their apprenticeship program, under the direction of ARC Associate Living Master Charles Miano, designed as a 4-level program with a 2-fold course of study. In addition to traditional long term projects such as casts, master copies, portraits and figure works, our apprenticeship curriculum highlights rigorous short, intermediate and long practice from the live model. The combination of projects and practice is unique among contemporary ateliers. This balanced approach develops hand eye coordination quickly and improves an artist's ability to see and capture life and movement dramatically while at the same time learning to finish works of art to the highest standards of excellence.

Spaces are limited to provide one-on-one instruction and detailed attention, so students can thrive in their study no matter their entry level. Using Miano’s step-by-step proven approach to breaking down complex classical ideas, students elevate the quality of their drawing and painting work within weeks of training. Throughout the apprenticeship program, students may also attend workshops at Southern Atelier given by visiting master artists from around the world.

The Miano Apprenticeship is broken into trimester terms, for $3800 per term. Apprentices may benefit from having their own individual work area, teaching opportunities, public gallery representation, and a key to the Atelier studio, located in luminous Sarasota, Florida. For application and enrollment information visit: Home | Southern Atelier

“Mr. Charles Miano’s teachings are beautifully balanced... During his lessons East meets West…. the effort and hard work that he demands of his students is also presented with the need to let things develop naturally. It is a refreshing and daring methodology…. honest and unselfish instruction to students with serious intentions in art.” - Joe Oliva Ganoza, Alumni

The Medici: Portraits and Politics

Published June 30, 2021

Through an outstanding group of portraits, this major loan exhibition will introduce visitors to the various new and complex ways that artists portrayed the elite of Medicean Florence, representing the sitters’ political and cultural ambitions and conveying the changing sense of what it meant to be a Florentine at this defining moment in the city’s history. The exhibition will feature over 90 works in a wide range of mediums, from paintings, sculptural busts, medals, and carved gemstones to drawings, etchings, manuscripts, and armor. Included are works by the period’s most celebrated artists, from Raphael, Jacopo Pontormo, and Rosso Fiorentino to Benvenuto Cellini, Agnolo Bronzino, and Francesco Salviati.

The exhibition runs from June 26 - October 11, 2021 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028.

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For more events and exhibits, please visit the ARC Calendar.

Searching for Beauty: Artist Views through the Lens of 2020/2021

Published June 25, 2021

This juried exhibition features students of ARC Approved Aristides Atelier at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, a traditional drawing and painting atelier founded by Juliette Aristides, a student of artist Richard Lack.

"Searching for Beauty: Artist Views through the Lens of 2020/2021" features work reflecting each artist’s personal experiences during the pandemic. While the 40 paintings on view are realist works, on close inspection, viewers will find layers of meaning and mood as expressed through subject matter, brushwork, and color.

The exhibition runs from June 4 - July 18, 2021 at the Maryhill Museum of Art, 35 Maryhill Museum Drive, Goldendale, WA 98620.

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For more events, please visit the ARC Calendar.

Renaissance Watercolors

Published June 23, 2021

This display presents for the first time watercolor during the Renaissance as a unified art form, highlighting its versatility and pivotal role in understanding, interpreting and documenting the natural world.

The exhibition runs from now until August 8, 2021 at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 2RL.

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For more about this and other events, visit the ARC Calendar.

Exhibition Profectus

Published June 22, 2021

Come enjoy incredible artwork created by the 2020 and 2021 graduates of Studio Incamminati’s Advanced Fine Art Program. This work represents the culmination of four years of study in a program that demands mastery of the technique as the prelude to creative expression. Experience work drawn from life that sparks the imagination.

The exhibition is being held from June 24 - August 6, 2021, open Wednesday - Saturday from 12 - 6 pm at Studio Incamminati, 1901 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19148.

The event is free, but RSVP's are required. Please RSVP at the following link: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5147064

To learn about more events, please visit the ARC Calendar.

Georgetown Atelier now accepting applications for Fall 2021 (in-person studio education)

Published June 18, 2021

Georgetown Atelier is a classical drawing and painting program, which also recognizes the critical role that imaginative realism plays within the classics. Georgetown Atelier was founded in 2008 by Tenaya Sims (ARC Salon Best in Show winner 2016). The Atelier is located within the Equinox Studios campus in the Georgetown district of Seattle, WA. Home to over 100 artists, Equinox Studios is a thriving arts and artisan community. Students enjoy the benefits of being part of this artist community, as well as the ‘family’ of ateliers at Gage Academy of Art.

Along with Tenaya, the teaching staff is comprised of Christopher Remmers (ARC Salon 3rd Place Imaginative Realism award), Tiffany Dae (ARC Salon Finalist) and Riley Doyle (ARC Salon Finalist). These highly talented professionals all graduated from Georgetown Atelier. In addition to being excellent teachers and having exceptionally warm characters, they are masters of the craft.

At Georgetown Atelier, students begin by working observationally as they learn such core subjects as constructive anatomy, value studies, perspective, and cast drawing. Students then learn how to extend beyond observation into the inventive. The “Rock Project” is one example of the bridge between the observational and the imaginative. Students initially draw a rock from observation through studying its visual properties (planar vs. round, quality of texture, lighting, etc.). Students then draw a rock from imagination, informed by their observational studies of the real rock.

There are 4 major tiers of the curriculum which students follow a progression of projects along: Drawing, Painting I, Painting II, and Professional Development. During the Professional Development stage, under the mentorship of the instructors, students build a cohesive body of work and cultivate their “inner vision”.

Please click here for more information, or write Tenaya at tenaya@gageacademy.org for inquiries or to set up a tour.

 

Magrath Sculpture Studio Accepting Applications

Published June 17, 2021

The Magrath Sculpture Atelier at the Gage Academy of Art in Seattle enters its 8th year, having weathered the pandemic with hybrid classes focused on core skills that included master cast studies, hands, feet and self portraiture along with deep dives into artistic anatomy. They look forward to meeting in person again with live models and gestures in wire and clay in the fall moving into more detailed figure studies in winter.

Magrath Sculpture Atelier is also excited about a new part time online program where continuing and aspiring sculptors will meet weekly to discuss and critique work and readings, get assignments for work in home studios, and share discoveries and questions. It's a way to continue and extend the community for distant learners who may not have local access to sculpture resources, not to mention put our newly acquired virtual skills and resources to use.

The Magrath Sculpture Atelier is a multi-year, part-time Atelier designed to confer the core disciplines needed to become a practicing figurative sculptor at a high level of excellence. Students become adept in both traditional approaches and the history of figurative sculpture while engaging in contemporary concerns and a variety of media. Contact Mike Magrath (mike@gageacademy) and click here for more information. 

Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration

Published June 16, 2021

Fictional worlds of magic and adventure come to life through fantasy illustration. Myths, legends, fables, romance, and epic battles involving swords and sorcery occur in a world unfamiliar to us. The exhibition will present the immutable concepts of mythology, fairy tales, fables, good versus evil, and heroes and villains through paintings, etchings, drawings, and digital art created by artists from William Bouguereau and Gustave Dore to artists working today.

Among the participating artists are ARC Living Masters Julie Bell, James Gurney, Donato Giancola, Greg Hildebrandt, and Boris Vallejo.

The exhibition runs from June 12 through October 31, 2021 at the Norman Rockwell Museum, 9 Glendale Rd / Rte 183, Stockbridge, MA 01262.

To learn more click here

For more information, please visit the ARC Calendar.

Gustave Moreau: The Fables

Published June 11, 2021

In collaboration with Musée National Gustave Moreau, Paris, this exhibition reveals for the first time 34 watercolours created by Gustave Moreau between 1879 and 1885, on loan from a private collection. They were part of a series commissioned by the art collector Antony Roux to illustrate the 17th-century Fables of Jean de La Fontaine (many of which derive from Aesop’s Fables). They were exhibited in Paris in the 1880s to great acclaim and in London in 1886, where critics frequently compared the artist to Edward Burne-Jones.

Moreau made 64 works for the series, which subsequently entered a Rothschild collection; however, a significant proportion was lost during WWII. The surviving works have not been exhibited since 1906 and they have only ever been published in black and white.

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To learn more about upcoming exhibitions, please visit the ARC Calendar.

 

Infestation - The Start Dunkel Show

Published June 10, 2021

ARC Living Artist Stuart Dunkel is holding an solo exhibition of his work at the Rehs Gallery titled "Infestation".

Dunkel has painted hundreds of mice, an infestation of sorts, that has delighted viewers and collectors for years. "Chuckie", Dunkel's muse, embodies the gamut of human emotions, allowing viewers to playfully connect to the myriad of situations depicted.

The works are on display at the Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc. 5 East 57th Street, 8th Floor, NY, NY 10022.

To view the exhibition on-line, click here

Visit the ARC Calendar to find more events and exhibitions.

 

The Møhlmann Collection: selected works

Published June 10, 2021

ARC Associate Living Master Gezien van de Riet is exhibiting "November Clouds Above the Kennemer Dunes" in the Møhlmann Collection: Selected Works exhibition. The Møhlmann Museum is a private museum that seeks to provide a recognizable platform for contemporary realistic and figurative art.

The Møhlmann Museum is located on 102 Westersingel, Appingedam, 9901 Netherlands from June 5 - September 27, 2021.

To learn more about the collection, visit here

For more events and exhibitions, please visit the ARC Calendar.

Selected ARC Exhibition Works included in Lunar Codex

Published June 8, 2021

23 works from the 15th International ARC Salon Exhibition have been selected for inclusion in the Lunar Codex, “Nova Collection”. Art images will be laser-etched on a nickel microfiche, to be enclosed in a time capsule on a lunar lander, to be placed on the Moon in perpetuity. The Lunar Codex, which is including the work of 3,000 creatives, will be the first significant placement of contemporary arts on the Moon in 50 years. While focused on visual art, the Lunar Codex also includes a substantial collection of contemporary books, stories, poetry, music, essays, and more. Nova-C Lunar Lander launching via Space X Falcon 9 in early 2022, is headed for Oceanus Procellarum (Ocean of Storms). The launch and landing will be livestreamed. Artists/ works included from the ARC Salon Exhibition are: Robert Liberace (Spartan), Peter Adams (The Resurrection), Karl Wennergren (Transience), Ernest Wood III, (More Than Material), Ana Schmidt (Bad Seeds), Taha Clayton (Road Warrior), Philippe Attie (Imprints), Vincent Figliola (Crossing II), Marianna Foster (God of Wealth), Andrew Luckett Jr. (Mr. Shepard), Cameron Copley-Heissig (Lockdown), Mark Pugh (Birdcatching), Nancy Hines (All These Years), Jesús Inglés (Extinción), Annie Robinson (Casey After the Dance), Hiroshi Furuyoshi (Maya), Duffy Sheridan (Something I Don’t Know), Arantza Sestayo (Seven Hearts), Evgeniy Monahov (Girl with a Gun), Ruth Fitton (Things Not Seen), Jaq Grantford  (Transparent), Christopher Remmers (Zain) and JuliAnne Jonker (Hope).

To learn more about the Lunar Codex, click here.

To learn more about the 15th International ARC Salon Exhibition, click here.

 

The Salon des Refusés

Published June 4, 2021

The Salon des Refusés was initiated by the S.H. Ervin Gallery in 1992 in response to the large number of works entered into the Archibald Prize which were not selected for display in the official exhibition. The Archibald Prize is one of Australia’s most high profile and respected awards which attracts hundreds of entries each year and the S.H. Ervin Gallery’s ‘alternative’ selection has become a much anticipated feature of the Sydney scene.

ARC Associate Living Master Elizabeth Barden is a finalist with her painting "On My Mind- Portrait of Ian Haug, founder of Powderfinger".

The exhibition runs from June 5 - August 15, 2021 at S. H. Ervin Gallery, 2 Watson Rd, Millers Point NSW 2000 Australia.

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Making Waves

Published June 4, 2021

ARC Associate Living Master Michelle Jung is having a solo exhibition of her seascapes called, "Making Waves".

The exhibition takes place at at the Santa Paula Art Museum, 117 North 10th Street Santa Paula, CA 93060 from June 5 to September 12, 2021 . The premiere opening/reception is June 5, 2021 from 4-6 P.M.

To learn more, click here

For more information about events and exhibitions, please visit the ARC Calendar.

RSVP for the 15th ARC Salon Grand Opening

Published June 1, 2021

The Public Grand Opening of the 15th ARC Salon Exhibition will take place at Sotheby’s NY, 1334 York Avenue, New York City, NY, Saturday, July 17th between 11am – 3pm. 28 works from the show will be included in a groundbreaking, first ever, online auction for Important 21st Century Realism hosted on Sothebys.com during the exhibition dates, but nearly 100 works from around the globe will be included in the exhibition and on public view, including an additional grouping of works, not included in the auction, that are also available for purchase through the show. Selected out of an original 4,941 entries from 83 countries and spanning six continents, the exhibition consists of many of the top winners and high-ranking finalists from the 15th International ARC Salon Competition.

Due to Covid-19 it is required that all visitors RSVP for this event.

To RSVP for this event, please click here

To learn more about the exhibition, please visit the exhibition page.


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