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Ten top art schools

July 20, 2010 | figurative painting | 2 Comments

The New York Academy of Art or Graduate School of Figurative Art is considered to be one of the top 10 art schools in the world. Studies of the human figure based on teaching styles of French and Italian academies are taught here. It was the only one mentioned with regards to figurative art in…

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Classical Drawing Atelier by Juliette Aristides

Classical Drawing Atelier by Juliette Aristides

” Classical Drawing Atelier is visually beautiful, intellectually gratifying and destined to become a classic for not only the serious art student, but for all who love art and culture. “ -excerpt from the Book Review by Sherry Ross. Click Here to Read the Classical Drawing Atelier,a Contemporary Guide to Traditional Studio Practice Book Review…

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Figurative art slide show update

Figurative art slide show update

July 17, 2010 | figurative painting | No Comments

I’m hard at work sizing and labeling images for the upcoming figurative artist slide show. Edward Walton Wilcox is one I picked up at the Las Vegas Licensing Show. I have 117 images done and another 40 odd to finalize and size. I’m sure there will still be a few more to come in, too….

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Corry Studio of Figurative Art, Salt Lake City, Utah

Corry Studio of Figurative Art, Salt Lake City, Utah

July 15, 2010 | figurative painting | No Comments

Located in Salt Lake City, UT, The Corry Studio of Figurative Art is a private atelier in devoted to giving students a high level of skill in drawing and painting. The studio promotes a serious and committed environment for students with individual instruction and critiques, focusing on the human figure. The curriculum includes: an intensive…

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Constance Edwards Scopelitis moving her studio

Constance Edwards Scopelitis moving her studio

July 14, 2010 | figurative painting | No Comments

Constance Edwards Scopelitis, an internationally acclaimed artist known for her figurative paintings, has kept her roots firmly planted in Indianapolis for the past 18 years with her full-time studio in the Stutz Business Center. But she’s moving northward. Scopelitis will open a second working studio in the Indiana Design Center, a new 85,000-square-foot arts and…

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Artists and Theology of the Body

Artists and Theology of the Body

July 11, 2010 | figurative painting | No Comments

I came across a site that may be of interest to some of you. The author Shana Smith writes: I started this blog to explore the intersection between my Catholic faith and art and to invite others in on this journey. I am primarily a figurative artist, meaning my favorite subject is the human form….

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