And so have the crazy hot temperatures in NYC!
with our MET Copy Workshop taught by Mark Tennant.
Below are some candid photo's from our first class at the MET this past Spring:
|The Course of Empire: Savage State|
Thomas Cole - 1858
|by Brendan Johnston|
|by Emilie Lee|
|Abigail Tulis with her work in the sculpture studio. Photo by Jonathan Becker|
|photos of our block - W 44th St - photos by Jonathan Becker|
|Copy of Murillo's Beggar Boy|
|by Carla Crawford|
A few spots have opened up in our very popular Saturday Portrait Drawing & Painting class that begins its next session this Saturday.
Schedule: May 5, 12, 19, 26 from 9:30am – 4:30pm (lunch 1:30-2:30pm). $210.
Also, the deadline for signing up for our Summer Workshops has been extended through the month of May. Finalize your summer plans and focus on your art. Limited availability remains in several of our workshops. View your options here.
To sign up email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Class Registration begins in August.
Note: Please do not call the office to register as this & last week our phone lines have been down due to construction mishaps on our block.
The Grand Central Academy of Art was created by professional, exhibiting artists to offer classical training to serious students. The Academy offers a positive environment for classical instruction in drawing and painting.
The goal of the Academy is to train a generation of highly skilled, aesthetically sensitive artists in the humanist tradition.
The further mission of the Grand Central Academy is to offer a public place for the revival of the classical art tradition; to foster and support a community of artists in pursuit of aesthetic refinement, a high level of skill and beauty.