Posts for April, 2024

April 2024

Adam Miller – A Journey Through the Renaissance

Published on April 12, 2024

Join renowned artist Adam Miller for an exclusive 6-day workshop that delves deep into the world of the great masters, housed within a beautiful London studio and including visits to the prestigious halls of the National Gallery.
 
Set in a stunning studio located in the heart of Chelsea, this workshop offers an unparalleled opportunity to study and work in an environment that evokes creativity and passion. Participants will have the unique experience of learning the techniques of the masters from a living master. The workshop runs from July 18-23, 2024. 

To learn more about this workshop, please click here.

Learn more about BACAA’s classes and workshops at www.BACAA.org or email at Info@BACAA.org.

Caspar David Friedrich Infinite Landscapes

Published on April 12, 2024

To mark the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Caspar David Friedrich (1774–1840), the Alte Nationalgalerie of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, in cooperation with the Kupferstichkabinett, will for the very first time present a comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the oeuvre of the most prominent painter of the German Romantic movement. Roughly 60 paintings and 50 drawings from Germany and abroad will be on display, including a number of world-famous, iconic works of art.

An exhibition of this kind is long overdue in Berlin, if only by virtue of the fact that the numerous acquisitions and public exhibitions that occurred in the Prussian capital played a considerable part in fostering the artist's initial renown during his own lifetime, and because the Nationalgalerie houses one of the world’s largest collections of Friedrich’s paintings.

The exhibition runs from 4/19- 8/4/24 at the Alte Nationalgalerie, Bodestraße, Berlin 10178, Germany.

To learn more, click here.  

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

Bill Farnsworth News

Published on April 11, 2024

Congratulations to ARC Associate Living Master Bill Farnsworth for winning Overall First Place in the February 2024 PleinAir Salon for his painting “Looking East”.

“Every day life has a story no matter how small and deserves telling if it has the right light. The light is what makes something very special or just forgettable,” says Farnsworth.

To learn more about the winning artworks and the PleinAir Salon, please click here.  

IGOR - 18th Annual Exhibition

Published on April 10, 2024

The International Guild of Realism is proud to announce that the 18th Annual Exhibition will be held at the prestigious T. H. Brennen Fine Art in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona. This exhibition of amazing realism will feature 88 artworks by 80 IGOR members from around the world!

T. H. Brennen Fine Art is in the heart of the Scottsdale Art District, a Top 5 Art Market! The gallery is centrally located among many quality art galleries, luxury shops and fine dining, attracting plenty of affluent visitors during the peak winter/spring season.

The 18th Annual IGOR Exhibition runs from April 10- May 1, 2024 at T.H. Brennan Fine Art, 7150 E. Main Street,Scottsdale, AZ 85251.  The opening reception will take place on Thursday evening, April 11th from 7 to 9pm.

To learn more, please click here.  

For more events, visit the ARC Calendar.

Turning Heads: Rubens, Rembrandt and Vermeer

Published on April 10, 2024

This exhibition features works by Dutch and Flemish artists of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries who were exponents of the "tronie" – an intriguing painting of a head. Artists experimented with new techniques in portraying the humanity and character of a sitter through costume, lighting and expression.

The exhibition includes works by Vermeer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Sweerts, and more.

Turning Heads: Rubens, Rembrandt and Vermeer takes place from 2/24-5/26/24 at the National Gallery of Ireland, 2 Merrion Square W, Dublin, Ireland.

Click here to learn more.

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

 

Learn to Draw and Paint at the Angel Academy of Art, Florence

Published on April 8, 2024

The Angel Academy of Art, Florence, offers the opportunity to learn drawing and painting as the Old Masters did. Whether you are a beginner looking to explore Realism in Florence or an experienced scholar looking to manifest a career, their mission is to provide the experience and skills that you need to succeed.

Students can enroll in the Angel Academy of Art, Florence, for a summer workshop, a four-week intensive portrait course, or the three-year diploma program. Each of these cover techniques instrumental to mastering Realism in drawing and painting. For example, right from the first year of studies in the Diploma Program, the Angel Academy thoroughly teaches Pictorial Composition and the Process of Designing a Painting.

Each program offers the unique experience of learning as the Old Masters did and in the heart of Florence.

The full range of programs accommodate students with any amount of experience. No portfolio or previous experience is required.

Be in touch! Tell The Angel Academy of Art, Florence your goal and they will suggest a vision for you.   

 

Kazuya Ushioda News

Published on April 8, 2024

Congratulations to ARC Associate Living Master Kazuya Ushioda for winning First Place Painting for his work “Flowers of Hope” in the ModPortrait 2023 competition! 

This is the 11th ModPortrait competition held by Artelibre Gallery in collaboration with the “Fundació de les Arts i els Artistes”. The organizations seek to promote and disseminate Figurative Art and encourage artistic initiatives and sponsors artists.

To learn more about ModPortrait, click here

ARC SELECT: Rehs Contemporary Galleries

Published on April 1, 2024

ARC SELECT is a showcase of works by eight artists selected from the 16th International ARC Salon Competition. The exhibition, curated by Director Lance Rehs, will highlight a group of artists whose works exemplify superior technical skills and classical training while embracing contemporary themes and styles. Each artist brings a unique approach with mastery of their craft, creating a diverse and lively display of artistic talent.

Works by ARC Living Masters Tina Spratt and Greg Hildebrandt, along with Shana Levenson, Margo Selski, Allen Douglas, Christine Porter Lofaro, Mike Wimmer, and sculptures by Dan Chudzinski will be on display.

"We are thrilled to present this exceptional group of artists whose works exemplify the highest standards of artistic excellence," said co-director Alyssa Rehs. "From traditional techniques to innovative approaches, each artist offers a fresh perspective that is sure to enthrall visitors.”

All works featured in the exhibition will be available for sale, providing attendees with the opportunity to acquire pieces from some of the most talented artists working today.

Don't miss the chance to experience this exceptional exhibition of contemporary art at Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., 20 West 55th Street, 5th Floor, NY, NY from April 4 - May 3, 2024.

To learn more, click here

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


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