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Saturday
Dec062014

Patricia Watwood Portrait Painting Workshop

Beautiful Portrait Painting & Design
New~
December 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 2017
Thursday Through Monday

Hours: 10:45-4:30 p.m.
Lunch: 1:30-2:15 p.m.

Patty taught at BACAA in 2011
We are honored to welcome her back.
  

In this 5 full-day painting workshop you will learn how master painter Patricia Watwood uses great design and color to create exciting and memorable paintings.  Patricia will teach her process of making a portrait in three steps, first planning the design and making a drawing in charcoal.  Next, she will show you how to use a limited palette to quickly map out the light and form.  The final stage will teach you how to work with her full color palette to get beautiful and naturalistic skin tones, and organize the colors of your picture for a successful and beautiful result.  During the workshop, she will also give a lecture on design concepts, share her creative process, and discuss staying inspired, to give you tools for strong compositions and creative images.  The class will create thumbnail studies and work together on making good design choices that will help strengthen your art making.  There will be daily demonstrations and lectures, and 4-5 hours of painting time from the model each day, with individual critiques and instruction.

 

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BACAA Patricia Watwood Registration Form (PDF)

All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

We do not accept cash.

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance

$750.00

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Please check the BACAA website  About US page for local accomodations and affordable housing.

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Location 

BACAA Studios 

345 Quarry Rd, 

San Carlos CA. 94070

Friday
Dec262014

Jackie Kamin Floral Painting Workshop

Floral Painting Workshop

November 30, and December 01, 02, 03, 2017

4 Day Workshop

3 Spots remaining 

Hours: 10:45 am - 5:00pm 

These workshops are offered at BACAA

Learn the Basics of the Floral Still Life 

BACAA Jackie Kamin Registration form (PDF)

Students will explore the basics of setting up a poetic still life, with an emphasis on the fleeting beauty of flowers. This will encourage a bold, direct application of paint to capture essential beauty. We will discuss the importance of finding an abstract, visual idea in the set up that is all-important for conveying this beauty to the viewer.  Students will experiment with the lush quality of oil paint to find the inherent beauty of thick, opaque lights contrasting with thin, transparent darks. This exploration will help students find their own unique voice. Flowers will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring any still life objects or fruit they would like to paint as well. 

Jacqueline Kamin’s illustrious career was nurtured at the Corcoran Museum School and later at the Sculpture Studio and the Art Students League in New York. Her poetic and painterly style developed early on and soon became recognized by many prestigious art organizations through awards and juried shows at the Bowers Museum, the Salmagundi Club, the California Art Club and Oil Painters of America. Her work was included in several internationally-known art expositions held in Hong Kong and New York City as well as the National Museum for Women Artists in her home town, Washington, D.C. She is past president of American Women Artists and brought new energy to the organization with her special vision for women in the art world today. Kamin has been featured in Southwest Art and Art of the West and has her work in such collections as U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer, Entrepreneur Magazine, Manocherian Brothers of New York, and Big Horn Westinghouse Corporation. As a way of sharing her artistic passion, she continues to teach nationally for Bright Light Fine Art Workshops. Currently her work can be seen at the Saks Gallery in Denver, Co. and the Lilypad Gallery in Rhode Island and Minn. She will teach again this coming year at BAY Area Classcial Artist Atelier.

Cost:$575

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Registration form must be signed and emailed upon making the payment.
By signing the application form you are agreeing to the BACAA Terms and Conditions.
Email registration form and pay online or via check.

 

 

All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable
Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable
We do not accept cash.
 
Contact: Email Us
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650-832-1544 
Location: San Carlos CA. 
BACAA Studio
345 Quarry Rd, 
San Carlos CA 94070 
 

 

Sunday
Feb012015

Steven Assael Figure Drawing & Painting Master Workshop - 2018

 

4 Day workshop
January 18, 19, 20, 21 2018
*Only a Few Spots remaining 

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday,
Hours: 10:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Lunch 1:30-2:15 p.m.

Email registration form and payonline or via check. 

Steve will discuss both an analytical and emotive approach to painting the human figure with an emphasis on color and value relationships in a related atmosphere. The class will consist of a single long pose in both cool and warm light. The development of form through an observation and interpretation of plane shifts projecting and receding from the eye will be stressed. Aspects of anatomy, proportion and movement will be discussed along with the development of an Alla Prima technique which involves both scumbling and glazing.  The course will involve lectures, demo’s and critiques on a daily basis.
Bio
Steven Assael was born in New York City in 1957.  A graduate of Pratt Institute, he focuses his work on the human figure, individually and in groups.  Assael balances naturalism with a romanticism that permeates the figures and surroundings of his paintings and drawings.  His figures are modeled in glowing relief by gentle beams of warm and cool light. October, 2010 to January, 2011, Steven Assael’s work was the subject of a one-person exhibition at the Naples (FL) Museum of Art.  Assael’s paintings were included in the exhibition “New Old Masters”, curated by Donald Kuspit, at the National Museum in Gdansk, Poland in 2006.  A retrospective exhibition was held at the Frye Art Museum, Seattle (WA) in 1999.  Single-person exhibitions of works by Steven Assael have also been featured at the Cress Gallery of Art at the University of Tennessee, Lowe Gallery (Atlanta, GA) and Ann Nathan Gallery (Chicago, IL).  His work has been exhibited at The Arkansas Arts Center, The New York Academy of Art and The Arnot Art Museum (Elmira, NY), and is in the permanent collections of The Hunter Museum of Art (Chatanooga, TN), The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art & Design (Kansas City, MO), The Columbus Museum of Art (GA) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY). Steven Assael joined Forum Gallery in 1998.
Cost: $980
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Registration form must be signed and emailed upon making the payment.
By signing the application form you are agreeing to the BACAA Terms and Conditions.
Email registration form and pay online or via check.
All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable
Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable
We do not accept cash.
 
Contact: Email Us
Info@bacaa.org
650-832-1544 
Location: San Carlos CA. 
BACAA Studio
345 Quarry Rd, 
San Carlos CA 94070
Saturday
Feb072015

Kamille Corry Figure Painting

Figure Painting 10 Day Workshop
Monday Through Friday
January 29 - February 9, 2018 
Hours: 10:45-5:00pm
Lunch 1:30-2:15pm 

Workshop underway.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This ten day workshop will focus on painting the nude figure from life.   Starting with limited palette, and working up to a more extended color palette, students will be developing their painting by focusing on strong draftsmanship, building form with correct values, and honing their skills with naturalistic color application. Drawing, color sketching, anatomical principles, and composition will be discussed as we progress with our figure painting. Students will have the full ten days to complete one painting.   One day will be dedicated to the structure of the hands, with methods that will allow students to more fully understand rendering one of the most difficult components of the human figure.   Kamille will be painting alongside the students and giving individual critiques daily.

 

 

 

 

 


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All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

We do not accept cash.

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance

Cost: Early Registration before October 30, 2017 = $1150

Regular: Registration after October 30, 2017 = $1350

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BACAA Kamile Corry Registration Form (PDF)

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Contact:

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School #
650-832-1544

Location:
BACAA Studios
345 Quarry Rd, San Carlos CA. 94070

 

           

Saturday
Mar142015

Sean Cheetham Portrait Workshop 

Portrait Painting
March 17 & 18, 2018

(Saturday and Sunday)

Next Worshop 2018

Hours: 10:45-5:00 p.m
Lunch: 1:30-2:15 p.m.

For Course Descriptions click on the registrastion forms.

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All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

We do not accept cash.

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance

 

BACAA Sean Cheetham Portrait Painting Registration form (PDF) 

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Cost: $450

Contact:
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Location:
BACAA Studios 
345 Quarry Rd, 
San Carlos CA. 94070 

BACAA Sean Cheetham Registration form (PDF)


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Thursday
Mar262015

Justin Wood Still Life Workshop

17th Century Dutch Still Life Workshop
Dates: March 30, 31, April 1, 2018 
Hours: 10:45-5:00 p.m. 
Lunch: 1:30-2:15 p.m 


This workshop is inspired by the Dutch Breakfast Still Life (Ontbijtjes). This type of still life painting developed in the 17th century and while the word “ontbijtjes” is Dutch for breakfast, it was more thought of as “a light meal taken at any time of day”. The Breakfast Still
Life is characterized by the display of everything from common everyday foods and items to rare delicacies and luxury goods such as roemers (wine glasses), silver/gold goblets, and chinese porcelain bowls. Still life paintings in this genre ranged from small and simple to large and complex with a variety of meanings, both literal and symbolic. The range of meanings included straight forward tributes to nature and finely crafted wares to moral and religious warnings against excess. 
The paintings were created using very specific procedures. They first executed a careful and accurate line drawing of the scene.
This drawing was transferred to canvas or a panel and then toned a light gray or brown. The artist then completed the dead coloring (dood-verf) which was a transparent underpainting that would establish the general tones and colors needed to describe each object. Some artists did their dead coloring with full color and some did it with just brown and white. We will use the latter method and limit our palette to brown and white. Once this layer is dry, the process of “working up” (opwerken) began. In this stage, the artist precisely defined each form to completion. They were careful “not to apply paint too heavily, but thin and sparingly, elegantly laid, glowing and pure.” If, when this layer dried, some revisions and final touches were needed, they would do it at this time. There were, of course, different interpretations and versions of this method, but generally, most of the still life artists of that time period worked in some variation of the previously described process.
Due to the time limitations and the importance of experiencing the entire production process, I want everyone’s still life to be simple. The size of the painting should be between 8x10 and 11x14.  I recommend you choose a few pieces of produce (lemons, oranges, grapes, olives, etc.) with a bowl, plate or cup, etc. Metal objects (steel, silver, pewter, copper) are great but avoid high polish. Bread works well too and comes in many varieties. You can also include a piece of fabric, such as a white napkin or tablecloth. If your fabric has a pattern, it should not be too complex. 
We will spend the first day setting up our compositions, drawing and transferring. The second day will be used to complete the grisailles. The remainder of time will be spent completing each part with color. I will work with everyone individually throughout the week and will paint alongside the artists on my own still life. 
My name is Justin Wood. I am a still life painter out of Grand Central Atelier where I work and teach. I admire your school and would love to teach a workshop there if you thought me a good fit. I have designed a workshop inspired by the techniques and aesthetics developed by the 17th century Dutch still life painters. I have been running it regularly for the last few years and think it would be a good addition to your workshop roster. I can also offer a Trompe L’oeil workshop that has experienced similar success. I would be happy to send you a full description of each workshop if you would like to learn more. Thanks for your time and I hope we can work something out!

Contact: Email Us
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Contact School number 

650-832-1544

Location:

BACAA Studios 

345 Quarry Rd, 

San Carlos CA. 94070

Cost: $485.00 (3 days March 30, 31, April 1, 2018 )

All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance

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Thursday
Aug062015

Linda Dulaney With Consulting Master Artist -Ted Seth Jacobs - Study Painting And Drawing - A once in a life time opportunity

5 Week Master Workshop in France

May 28 - June 29th, 2018

Limited Concentrated small class. 

Drawing and Painting from the live Model, Casts, And Drapery.

Linda will lead the class and introduce students to the process of drawing and painting. Master artist Ted attend on a consulting basis to critique the students 1-3 time per week for 1-2 hours. Instruction will be in the form of demonstrations, accompanied by explanations of the principles being demonstrated, and as much individual critique as you can absorb.

Explanations will be phrased in simple easy to understand language. No sophisticated-sounding but semantically dubious university-speak.

Email us if you’re interested to join our workshop. 

 

Ecole Albert Defois Bellevue
Les Cerqueux sous Passavant

49310 France 

Hours 1:30 p.m -5:30 p.m Instruction and model time

BACAA Linda Dulaney Consulting Master Artist Ted Seth Jacobs Registration form (PDF)

Prospective students must fill out the registration form register prior to enrollement. 

* This workshop is geared for the independent artist and traveler. We will screen each student to be sure that its a good fit.

Housing, travel and transportation arrangements are solely the responsibility of each student. We can offer suggestions but we are not responsible for the logistics of each student. You will need a car to get around. The location of this workshop is in a rural rustic environment.  You must secure your own transportation to get around. The purpose of this workshop is to offer the opportunity to study with a world class master of art Ted Seth Jacobs.

Please email us if you’re interested to join us for this workshop.

 

Location

 

Ecole Albert Defois Bellvue les Cerqueux Sous Passavant. France. Anjou France

Dalbe Art Stores near the Ecole Albert Defois, France

Dick Blick Online Art Supplies 

All Funds paid to BACAA are non refundable and non transferable.  
Please note housing, accomodation and transportation are the responsiblity of each student.
We can offer suggestions to the local residence that offer housing. 


Cost: $2300 Early Registration by September 30, 2017
Cost: $2450 Regular Registration after September 30, 2017

Hours: 1:00 p.m- 6:00 p.m Instruction and model time 
Ted will Demonstrate followed by students working from the model

Per Ted: “I give demos as needed, for as much time as needed. I don’t follow rigid schedules. My teaching style is organic-a response to what I feel the students most need at any given moment. There will demos, but not on a fixed schedule. Very often when I am critiquing a student’s work I see something that everyone should hear, so I ask them to gather round. After a demo or explanation, I often pick a student and ask them to explain the principle just mentioned.”

Contact:
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Location of the workshop

Ecole Albert Defois
Bellevue
Les Cerqueux sous Passavant
49310 France

All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable. By paying online or via checks you are agreeing to the BACAA Terms and Conditions

Payments 
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International

To apply for the workshop terms and conditions must be signed on the registration form

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BACAA 969G Edgewater Blvd #106
Foster City, CA 94404 

Thursday
Oct012015

Tony Ryder Portrait Drawing Master Workshop July 30-August 3, 2018

Non Sympbolic Portrait Drawing Master Workshop.

Dates: 
July 30-August 3, 2018

Weekdays (5 days)
Hours: 10:45-5:15 p.m daily excepting weekend.
Lunch: 1:30 p.m -2:15 p.m.

Non-symbolic drawing represents what we see with our eyes, not substituting ideograms, like present day ‘emojis’. In learning to draw non-symbolically we develop an understanding of the building blocks of visual experience: the form of things, and the light by means of which we see this form. We become aware of the fact that in all of nature in general, and in the human figure and portrait in particular, there is a certain wonderfully beautiful kind of formal structure about which there has for centuries been a special knowledge and language. We who practice the art of drawomgfrom life study this knowledge. 
Form drawing is a way of painting that is one with the understanding of form and light. It is a methodical way of processing and representing our perception of the appearance of the model. Through the agency of light, a great quantity of information shines from the model. In form drawing we learn how to format and sequentialize that information, and bring it into our drawing one pencil stroke at a time.  
In this portrait drawing workshop Tony demonstrates form drawing on a toned paper.  He illustrates the block-in and refinement of the drawing. He shows and explains how he sees. He explains and demonstrates the logic of the method of drawing from dark to light. He describes in great detail the forms of the head, their fluid shapes, convex surfaces and how they fit together. He shows how he builds the painting from the drawing up, again and again with each form, unified by the perception of the organization of the form of the model and the coherent action of the light. 
5 days
Cost: $850 Summer 2018 (5 Days)
BACAA Tony Ryder 2018 Registration Form (PDF) soon to be posted

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed and emailed prior to payment.
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2018:


Contact Us:
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Studio Address not business address
345 Quarry Rd
San Carlos CA, 94070 

Business address
969 G Edgewater Blvd, #106, 
Foster City, CA 94404 

For information about lodging, restaurants and transportation, visit http://www.bacaa.org/links/ 
Partial Payments are not accepted.

We do not accept cash.
All tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. 
Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance 
Info@bacaa.org

Studio Address not business address345 Quarry RdSan Carlos CA, 94070 
969 G Edgewater Blvd, #106, Foster City, CA 94404 
Partial Payments are not accepted.
All tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance 

Friday
Nov062015

Tony Ryder Portrait Painting Workshop

Non-Symbolic Portrait Painting
Dates:
August 6-August 17, 2018
Weekdays (10 days)
Hours: 10:45-5:15 p.m daily excepting weekend.
Lunch: 1:30 p.m -2:15 p.m.

Non-symbolic painting represents what we see with our eyes, not substituting ideograms, like present day ‘emojis’. In learning to paint non-symbolically we develop an understanding of the building blocks of visual experience: the form of things, and the light by means of which we see this form. We become aware of the fact that in all of nature in general, and in the human figure and portrait in particular, there is a certain wonderfully beautiful kind of formal structure about which there has for centuries been a special knowledge and language.

We who practice the art of painting from life study this knowledge. 

Form painting is a way of painting that is one with the understanding of form and light. It is a methodical way of processing and representing our perception of the appearance of the model. Through the agency of light, a great quantity of information shines from the model. In form painting we learn how to format and sequentialize that information, and bring it into our painting one brushstroke at a time.  

 

In this portrait painting workshop Tony demonstrates form painting on a toned ground, beginning with a medium-value ochre brush drawing. He illustrates the block-in and refinement of the drawing. He shows and explains how he sees, mixes and applies colors. He explains and demonstrates the logic of the method of painting from dark to light. He describes in great detail the forms of the head, their fluid shapes, convex surfaces and how they fit together. He shows how he builds the painting from the drawing up, again and again with each form, unified by the perception of the organization of the form of the model and the coherent action of the light. 

9-day (54 hr.) class

5-morning (15 hr.) demonstration

2 weeks
Week one: 
AM:3 hour demo every morning, portrait painting on toned ground
PM: Students paint
week two:
AM: Students paint 
PM: Students paint
Cost: $1380 Summer 2018 (10 Days)

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed and emailed prior to payment.
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2018:

Contact Us:
Info@bacaa.org
Studio Address not business address
345 Quarry Rd
San Carlos CA, 94070 

Business address
969 G Edgewater Blvd, #106, 
Foster City, CA 94404 

For information about lodging, restaurants and transportation, visit http://www.bacaa.org/links/ 
Partial Payments are not accepted.

We do not accept cash.
All tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. 
Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance 
Info@bacaa.org

Saturday
Nov282015

Juliette Aristides Master Workshops-2018

 Still Life and Floral Master Workshop

August 20-24, 2018-

Monday Through Friday
Hours: 10:45-5:00 p.m.

Taught at BACAA yearly since 2006

Build your artistic vocabulary as you work sequentially to complete a painting.

BACAA Juliette Aristides Registration form (PDF)
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In a methodical, step by-step process, learn the methods of oil painting from the initial color sketch to the final glaze. Over the course days we will dive into painting related issues while exploring the artists most fascinating subject matter- Still Life and Floral.

Email registration form and payonline or via check.

All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

We do not accept cash.

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance

Cost: $775

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Contact:
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Location:
BACAA Studios
345 Quarry Rd,
San Carlos CA. 94070

 

 

 

Monday
Nov302015

Carlo Russo Floral Painting Workshop

4 Day Floral Painting Worskhop 

October 5, 6, 7, 8, 2018
Hours: 10:45-5:00 p.m 

Lunch 1:30-2:15 p.m. 

In this 4-day class will focus on painting the floral still life in oils. Florals can be a daunting subject and we will try to make sense of the beautiful forms which have fascinated and frustrated artists for centuries. Since flowers and plants tend to move from day to day and even hour to hour the students will draw and paint directly on the canvas with the brush only. The focus will be on capturing the essentials of the still life and finishing areas wet in to wet. I will give frequent demonstrations and critique as we explore the unique nature of flowers and plants in paint.

Carlo graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2004 where he focused his studies in the  methods and practices of traditional realism.  Since his graduation, he has been a full-time working artist, winning several awards including a fellowship at the Hudson River school for Landscape in 2008, and winning 3rd place in Figurative Painting and a purchase prize at the 2012 Art Renewal Center Salon. While known primarily for his mastery in still life painting, he is accomplished in figurative and landscape painting as well. Carlo works in the natural northern light that fills his studio. He is intent on creating beautiful works which capture the myriad textures, colors and forms we find all around us. He regularly exhibits his work in galleries across the United States. 

Email registration form and payonline or via check.

All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

We do not accept cash.

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed prior to attendance

By signing the application form you are agreeing to the BACAA Terms and Conditions.

Email registration form and payonline or via check.

Cost: $575

BACAA Carlo Russoworkshop (PDF)

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All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

 

Partial Payments not accepted.

All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

Studio Address not Business Address
345 Quarry Rd 
San Carlos CA, 94070

Business Address
969 G Edgewater Blvd #106
Foster City, CA 94404

School Number 650-832-1544
Contact us at Info@bacaa.org 

 

 

Saturday
Jan022016

Ted Minoff Portrait Drawing & Painting Workshop

Emails us if you’re interested in our 2016 worskhops

Taught at BACAA , 2012, x2 2013 

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

Terms and conditions must be signed prior to applying. 

(Payments include an extra handling fee) 

Saturday
Feb062016

BACAA Noah Buchanan Master Workshop in Paris

BACAA Noah Buchanan Master Workshop in Paris 10 Days

Weekdays:

Dates June 2018

Hours: 2:00-p.m-6:00 p:m Monday through Friday 

Hours: 11:00 a.m-1:00p.m 2 museum visits per week.  

Students will join Noah Buchanan in Paris, France to study the process of 17th-Century Figure Painting, or Indirect Painting, in the tradition of Van Dyck, Velasquez, Rembrandt and Ribera. Topics include tonal ground layers, Imprimatura/Maniera Lavata, Velatura, Overpainting, Glazing Techniques, as well as historical palettes. 

During the 10-day studio sessions, students will work from a nude model to develop a figure painting through stages of preparatory drawing, underpainting layers, full color layers, and will achieve a moderate to high state of finish. 

Instructor led visits to the Louvre and selected museums in Paris will provide students with a rare opportunity to observe the application of these techniques first hand in Old Master paintings, as well as to draw and sketch directly from these works in the museums. 

Studio Sessions will meet in the late afternoon each weekday from June 26 - July 7. Museum visits will be scheduled for mid-day. 

Prospective students must fill out the registration form register prior to enrollement and sign a waiver

This workshop is geared for the independent artist and traveler. Housing, travel, and transportation arrangements are solely the responsibility of the student. 

Location: Paris, France. Studio Facility: A local artist’s studio in the Northeast area of Paris known as Le Pre-A-Saint Gervais; address TBA.

Prospective students must fill out the registration form register prior to enrollement and sign a waiver.

*  Housing, travel and transportation arrangements are solely the responsibility of each student.

We can offer suggestions but we are not responsible for the logistics of each student.

Prospective students must fill out the registration form register prior to enrollement.
All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable 

The purpose of this workshop is to offer the opportunity to study with a master artist in Paris France.

Partial Payments not accepted.
All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable
We do not accept cash.

Registration form/Terms and conditions must be signed and emailed promptly after payment

BACAA Noah Master Workshop France (PDF)


Hours: 2:00-p.m-6:00 p:m Monday through Friday 
Hours: 11:00 a.m-1:00p.m 2 museum visits per week. 
Cost: $1450.00
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Saturday
Sep032016

Anatomy for Artists: Artistic Lecture and Observation of the Cadaver

Drawing by Noah Buchanan

Anatomy for Artists: Artistic Lecture and Observation of the Cadaver.

(“Laboratory sessions will be organized in collaboration with the Division of Clinical Anatomy, Stanford University School of Medicine”)
Successfully offered October, 2014 

Email if you’re interested to attend this workshop

Instructors:  Noah Buchanan & Linda Dulaney

For Course discription click on the registrasion form

   

Drawing by Linda Dulaney

COST: 

Tution $375
Lab Fee $100 

Anatomy for Artists Registration (PDF)

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Tution:

LabFee:

All tuition is non refundable and non transferable.
By paying online or via check you are agreeing to the BACAA Terms and Conditions. Registration is not complete until the signed BACAA Terms and Conditions are submitted. 

Saturday
Jun032017

Michael Klein 

Michael Klein
Taught at BACAA August 2015

Please email If you’re interested to study with Michael Klein

Contact:
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(BACAA Michael Klein Registration Form (PDF)

Location BACAA Studios 345 Quarry Rd, San Carlos, CA 94070
All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable
Registration form and terms and conditions must be signed prior to applying. 

Partial Payments not accpepted 

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