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Exhibition Vol.2: Georgetown Atelier, Trowbridge Atelier, and Flack Atelier

Exhibition: May 11-27 2019 (M-F)
Location: Equinox Studio, 6250 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

Come and enjoy the artworks of students from Georgetown Atelier, Trowbridge Atelier, and Flack Atelier.

The Georgetown Atelier is intensive programs in classical drawing, classical painting and digital painting, and is designed to provide students the foundations of classical art as building blocks for imaginative professional artists. Founding instructor Tenaya Sims, has both extensive training as a classical artist and an industry professional.

The Trowbridge Atelier is a program focuses on developing an understanding of color and the method of color-blocking, wherein color is the primary building block for constructing images. In the Atelier students learn to analyze color relationships from observation based on value, temperature, hue, and intensity.

The Geoff Flack Core Drawing Atelier is a atelier solely devoted to the craft of drawing with an emphasis on the human figure and portrait. Through this innovative and distinctive Atelier, student artists will gain an understanding of how to create drawings based on observation, and also from a profound understanding of construction of the human form.

Exhibition Vol.3: Aristides, Faigin Atelier, and Magrath Atelier

Exhibition: May 17-June 2 2019 (M-F)
Location: Gage Capitol Hill

Come and enjoy the artworks of students from Aristides Atelier, Faigin Atelier, and Magrath Atelier.

The Aristides Atelier, based on time-tested studio traditions, offers the opportunity to study classical drawing and painting techniques with master artist Juliette Aristides. The Aristides Atelier curriculum is designed to provide fundamental drawing and painting skills with a strong emphasis on observation from life. Like the great studios of the past, working from the human figure in life drawing and painting forms a pillar of our program.

The Faigin Atelier works with a small group of painting students interested in focusing their studio practice on the study of still-life arrangements over the course of a year. Atelier instructor and Gage co-founder Gary Faigin uses still-life as a vehicle to teach the basics of representation, including value, drawing and perspective, as well as paint-specific techniques like glazing, impasto and control of edges.

The Magrath Sculpture Atelier is an atelier designed to confer the core disciplines needed to become a practicing figurative sculptor at a high level of excellence. Led by celebrated sculptor Michael Magrath, students learn to become adept in both traditional approaches as well as contemporary concerns in a variety of media.