|2022 SPRING PORTRAIT PAINTING in ARGENTON CHATEAU|
“The singular point of beautiful objects, and people, is that they are experienced not as parts, or ratios between cheekbones and chin, but as wholes.
The experience of beauty is a perception, but it is one that mixes up various other sensations and makes them converge in a particular way.”
– Charles JENCKS, Postmodernism, 1986
|LOCATION:||2022 Spring Portrait Painting will convene in Argenton-Chateau (79).
Please see our Facilities page for complete details on our campus and school facilities.
|CLASS DATES:||Arrive Thursday, 14 April 2022 – Depart Saturday, 7 May 2022
||Studio sessions will be held for 3 weeks total, Sunday – Thursday with 6 hrs life model daily, 5 days per week.|
|CLASS SIZE:||10 maximum + instructor(s)|
|WHO is ELIGIBLE?||Anyone may apply – There are no academic or other pre-requisites.
All Spring Portrait Painting students must enroll full-time, for the entire 3 week term.
|TUITION PRICE:||2225 euros, shared 2BR housing included.
(Single living available in limited supply, for +300 euros minimum.)
| 5 NOVEMBER 2021
|PAYMENT DEADLINE:|| 13 NOVEMBER 2021
|HOW to APPLY:||
Admissions for 2022 SPRING PORTRAIT in ARGENTON CHATEAU will open in September 2021.
Please review the ADMISSIONS page for general information about the application process.
2022 Spring Portrait Painting students will receive daily instruction in portrait painting – both short pose (3-6 hrs) and long pose (15 – 25 hours) – as well as observe lecture-demonstrations 1-2x per week by founding faculty Nicole Michelle Tully and Timothy Stotz.
Students will profit from individual critique and demonstrations including: drawing directly on canvas or panel, color thumbnail (“poster study”), chromatic underpainting (“colorwash”), and single-pass painting execution, wet-into-wet (“form painting”).
Individual critique will be given 5 days weekly, and lecture-demonstrations will focus on drawing as well as painting questions. The studio culture offers daily opportunities for individual as well as group discussion, and impromptu “work-in-progress” demonstrations.