Steven Assael “In Living Color”


December 6-9, 2012  9:30AM- 4PM

Tuition $695
The model fee will be split among the student*
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To address the challenges of painting color, Steven Assael explores with his students the properties and effects of light, as well as ways in which past artists have approached these all-important topics.

“Painting is essentially about building relationships, from the part to the whole. The beauty of great paintings is their inherent totality—each part is in relationship with every other part, and these relationships in turn support a larger scheme.”

Robert Johnson

Lynn Sanguedolce

Lynn was recently honored by being selected, for the second consecutive year, as a Finalist in the Portrait Society of America’s International Portrait Competition. In 2012 and 2013, her paintings each received one of the very top awards – First Honor. In a separate PSOA competition, Lynn was selected by the renowned artist Everett Raymon Kinstler to win the commission to paint a portrait of the actor James Stewart for the Players Club. Lynn was also a Finalist in the ARC International Salon and recieved an “Award of Excellence” at the Salon International in 2012. This year she served on the Faculty of the Portrait Society of America at the annual Conference held in Atlanta.