Some highlights from the last two weeks at the Academy!
Hilary Harkness Master Class, Vincent Desiderio Master Class, more gallery openings, visits with some second year students in studio, and the start of a large, 80" x 96" History Painting based on the ritualistic Samurai tradition of Seppuku. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seppuku)
The schedule is intense and getting more so by the day, so I hope you enjoy this blog and gain some insight into the amount of amazing stuff going on this semester...
|Hilary Harkness at her solo show with the students from the Master Class.|
|Hilary Harkness Master Class -Hilary on the left with white sweater.|
|Hilary Harkness Master Class|
|Vincent Desiderio Master Class|
|Gallery Walk with Steve Mumford's History Painting Class.|
|Aleah Chapin Builds a 'little' canvas.|
|Second Year Student's Studios.|
|Last one to leave the classroom - My painting all alone from Painting II.|
|My painting from Painting II - In Progress - 40" x 30"|
|Anatomical Drawing Class with Roberto Osti.|
|Steve Mumford's History Painting Class looking at|
some of Steve's Drawings and Sketches.
|Working Charcoal Sketch in studio for History Painting Class.|
This piece is based on the Samurai Ritual of "Seppuku", Hara-Kiri, or
the Samurai Suicide.
|Stretching the canvas for History Painting.|
80" x 96" oil Primed Canvas.
|Sketching in the underpainting for "Seppuku" using the Dead Color Palette. 80" x 96" - Night #1.|
|The Painting after the first night of work in front of my studio.|
|Detail of main character, "Seppuku".|
|Studio Shot with new painting on easel, Portrait for Painting II, 36" x 48".|
|Small oil sketch, 16" x 12" from the Hilary Harkness Master Class in my studio...with skull!|