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Linda Dulaney Finalist Art Renewal International Competition 2014


Daily Journal Article showing Linda's Painting 

THE PENINSULA ART INSTITUTE PRESENTS AN INTIMATE LOOK AT PORTRAITS AND STRUCTURE WITH PAINTER LINDA DULANEY. Painter Linda Dulaney is featured in a solo exhibit at the Peninsula Art Institute from March 19 through April 26 with a reception 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 28. Dulaney, who is known for her portraits, is founder of the Bay Area Classical Artist Atelier (BACAA), which offers an intimate setting where students have the opportunity to learn one on one from masters of realism. Dulaney said: “I am inspired by the beauty of the human structure and form. I can spend endless hours drawing and painting from the model to discover those beautiful forms. There is such a mystery and connection to be conveying the human form.” The Peninsula Art Institute Gallery is across the courtyard from the Peninsula Museum of Art’s main entrance at 1777 California Drive in Burlingame and is open the same hours as the museum, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. Visit for more information or call 692-2101. Admission is free.


Linda Dulaney

Entered and was accepted at  the Triton Museum of Art’s 2013 Statewide Painting Competition & Exhibition

“Your work has been selected this year for inclusion in the Triton Museum of Art’s Statewide Painting Competition & Exhibition.  The work selected is: Ana “


Linda Dulaney winner of San Mateo County Women's Art Show




“Meave”, Drawing by Linda Dulaney

Link to the Article 

Women’s View - 2013,

The 9th Annual San Mateo County Women’s Art Show,


Sponsored by the San Mateo County Arts Commission and the Commission on the Status of Women in recognition of March being designated as Women’s History Month.

March 11 - May 2, 2013

Reception With Artists and Awards Presentation:

Friday, March 15, 3 - 5 p.m. in the Caldwell Gallery

Approximately 30 women artists are showing a variety of artwork of all mediums.

 Congratulations to the following award winners

chosen by juror, James Gleason, Instructor, Academy of Art College in San Francisco:

Helga Christoph, Linda Dulaney, Berni Jahnke, Yvonne Newhouse, LeVey Norquist and Judy Quitoriano. 

The Caldwell and Community Galleries are located at the Hall of Justice, 400 County Center, in Redwood City.  Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

“Surprise Valley Hollyhock”, Watercolor by Yvonne Newhouse.


James Gleason, juror, loved your work.  I’m pleased to let you know that your beautiful drawing “Meave” was his first choice for one of the three awards.  He said this about the piece:  “Beautiful line work as well as structure and proportion of the head drawing.”  If he could have given more than one award per artist, he would’ve given “Anna” an Honorable Mention, as well.  Congratulations, Linda!


Teresa S



BACAA Ateliers Today: A New Renaissance-Fine Art Connoisseur


Looking across the U.S., ateliers are absolutely everywhere. Thirty minutes south of San
Francisco, Linda Dulaney founded the Bay Area Classical Artist Atelier in 2001 Looking across the U.S., ateliers are abso-lutely everywhere. Thirty minutes south of SanFrancisco, Linda Dulaney founded the Bay AreaClassical Artist Atelier in 2001.



BACAA as one of 10 top schools chosen by American Artist Magazine Nov 2011 issue


Announcing the new BACAA BLOG

Welcome to the new BACAA BLOG. We will be posting news about BACAA and information of interest to the art community here in the near future. Please check check back for updates.

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