Studio 437 and 458
1115 E. Main St. Rochester NY 14609
For students of all levels join Mary Whyte for a comprehensive three-day workshop as we paint the clothed model from life. Mary will begin each day with a painting demonstration, and then work one on one with each student. Let Mary help you become the best artist you can be through her discussions about composition, color mixing, achieving accurate values, getting a likeness, correcting mistakes, and creating dynamic concepts. You won’t want to miss Mary’s insights on originality as well as her tips for promoting, framing and pricing your works.
Class time is 9am to 4pm with a one-hour break for lunch. Limited to 18 students of all levels. RAC/NYFSG members $550(registration open til 9/15)
Non Members $600 (registration open 9/16)
As of 9/16/18 this workshop is FULL! Wait list only.
Registration Open Now to RAC/NYFSG members only until September 15th. Workshop opens to the public beginning September 16th.
(Above work copyrighted @Mary Whyte and may not be reproduced) Any questions please email Suzi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Suzi for to inquire about space, and to obtain the registration form.
You are welcome to join us Sunday, September 9 beginning at 6pm in Studio 458 at the Hungerford, 1115 E. Main St. Rochester 14609 for a live demonstration by award winning and nationally acclaimed artist, Jacob Aguiar. He will demo a landscape in pastel. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is available on site. Jacob is being hosted by the Pastel Society of Western New York.
Any questions please contact Suzi at email@example.com
You may view Jacob’s work at http://jacobaguiar.com
will be published in the October / November issue of International Artist Magazine in their Wildlife competition with her pastel titled ‘I Have My Eye on You’.
will have 30 watercolors in the Oxford Gallery, Oxford St, Rochester along with artist Darryl Abraham September 1-October 6.
Roland (Chip) won the ‘Upper Hudson Valley Watercolor Society Award’ in the 2018 Adirondack National Exhibition of American Watercolor now on display at the View in Old Forge, NY through September 30th.
Space still open!
Back by popular demand, join us for an exciting drawing/multi media workshop with internationally acclaimed artist, Susan Lyon July 16-20, 2018. This workshop is now full. Demo seats for July 17th-20th are available however at $50 each. Contact Suzi at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Susan has expanded on her original portrait-drawing workshop to add multi-media
The RAC Signature Member Exhibition was held February 2-February 27, 2018 in the Patricia O’Keefe Ross Gallery , Joseph Skalny Welcome Center, St John Fisher College, 3690 East Ave. Rochester. Congratulations to the following RAC Signature members on their award.
Best in Show
Stephanie Sylvester for ‘Late Spring Flow’
Rochester Art Supply Award
Jean Stephens for ‘Stand with Fist’
Jerry Alonzo for ‘Justice is….Equal Opportunity’
Brenda Cretney for ‘Erie County Fair’
Elizabeth King Durand for ‘Surfside, Winter’
Ron Haas for ‘Bats in the Belfry’
Suzi Zefting-Kuhn for ‘Little Miss Furia’
Steve BonDurant for ‘Signs of Spring’
Don Grieger for ‘The Old Shed’
Jeanne Lindsay for ‘White Flags’
Alan Brewen for ‘Swirls of Curls’
Laurie Maddalina for ‘Where Memories Abide’
Stephanie Sylvester for ‘Graphite Winter on Frozen Stream’
Brenda Lyness has won Best in Show at the at the Barnes and Noble Winter Show of the PAA (Penfield Art Association). The title, “The Erosion of Faith, Hope, and Charity” (mixed media) featured the faces of three women with a veil of transparent, dripping charcoal over their faces, as if, Faith, Hope and Charity were eroding. Brenda was inspired to create this piece when she was moved by the 2017 turmoil in our country, and personally experienced the erosion of basic kindness and respect in our culture.
Textural Still Life in Oil With Acclaimed Artist, Katherine Stone
May 21-26, 2018
Registrations now open to Rochester Art Club and New York Figure Study Guild members only!
Opens to the public December 15, 2017
Learn some new tricks from award winning still life painter, Katherine Stone. Kate will share her four-step process for paint layering derived from the Academic painting tradition. With the help of a slideshow of close up photos of her own work, Kate will also share her techniques for creating textural and optical effects.
While students work on their individual paintings, particular emphasis will be placed on using the natural behavior of oil paint to arrive at convincing textures. Katherine will share her own approach to tackling wood grain, fur, reflections, shadows, and peeling paint. She will also discuss artistic choices in paint application: when to impasto, when to scumble, when to glaze. Students will leave the class with a logical step-by-step approach to still life and new confidence when confronted with complex textures and challenging visual effects.