Location: ICAA, 20 West 44th Street, Room 404, New York, NY
Cost/Continuing Education Hours: $160 ($110 Members); 4 AIA/CES CEHs
|Checking out the artwork|
|Abigail Tulis (bottom left), Nathan Sowa|
|Wei Shi (left), Spencer Brainard|
|Zoey Frank (top left), Shihwen Wu (three pieces bottom left),|
Rebecca Gray (sunsets and falls study)
|Connor de Jong, Abigail Tulis (bottom right)|
|Connor de Jong|
|Christina Mastrangelo Work in Progress|
|Brian Macneil Work in Progress|
|Leeanna Chipana Work in Prgoress|
|Tom is about to begin the demo - he will be using Oleogel and|
several different warm reds, browns, oranges and purples
to glaze over the entire surface first.
|A warm glaze has been brushed over the entire surface.|
Some of the glaze has been wiped off of the sky to cool it down a touch.
|Thomas enriches the darks with Van Dyke Brown|
and pulls out some of the cooler greens underneath the glaze in the trees
using a rubber shaper brush.
|The finished demo showing the differences|
between the field study on the right and
the effect of glazing on top to the left.
|The glazing palette|
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.