Tuesday / Wednesday - Late Afternoons 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Monday evenings 6:30 - 9:30 pm
JULY 11 - 29TH
During July, Nick will be leaving us for three weeks. We thought long and hard about who we should replace him with during that time, and finally decided to invite Rodrigo Luff to run his classes. Rod tells us that he…
…was born in San Salvador, El Salvador in 1987. He migrated to Sydney, Australia soon after, where he has been living ever since. In 2006, he enrolled at the Julian Ashton Art School under the Mosman Youth Scholarship and studied for three years. He had his first two solo exhibitions in April and May 2011, showing at Phone Booth Gallery in Los Angeles and Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco respectively. He is currently working on more group shows, commissions and another solo exhibition planned for 2013…
…What we can tell you, and what the images below will show you, is that he is one of the finest young Artists of his generation. That isn’t just hearsay and hype. We know him from his time at Julian Ashtons.
We look forward to welcoming him (he takes over Nicks classes from 11th July and will be working here until the 30th July) and would encourage you to attend his classes. Rods classical training combined with his fresh approach to representational Art will be a great thing to be a part of.
Keith Dewell is a Masterful Painter and Draftsman. Winner of the Bale award in the early Nineties, he currently teaches at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney, The MacGregor summer and winter schools in Toowoomba, and numerous workshops throughout Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales, and Regional Queensland. His work has recently been exhibited at the NSW Parliament Building in Sydney, and he is exhibiting at the Redcliffe Regional Gallery in December in the ‘Honouring tradition. Contemporary Queensland artists’ exhibition
In association with Atelier Art Classes and Salisbury Studios Queensland Incorporated, Keith has developed a workshop which is aimed at the artist who wishes to refine their approach to painting the figure.
Tim Miller is a Masterful Painter and Draftsman. His understanding of light and the influences of light on colour is quite remarkable, and in our view, this places him alongside only a handful of Artists who have interpreted the Australian landscape in a unique and convincing way.
Tim currently teaches at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney, Rockley Studios, and numerous workshops throughout Australia. His work has recently been exhibited to great acclaim at the NSW Parliament Building in Sydney, and he is currently exhibiting at the Redcliffe Regional Gallery in the ‘Honouring tradition. Contemporary Queensland Artists’ exhibition, until January 25th 2011.
David lectures in anatomy, life drawing and painting, and colour theory at the Julian Ashton Art School, The National College of Art, and Billy Blue in Sydney. He is a pioneer of Digital painting, bringing a sound knowledge and understanding of traditional painting techniques to the new medium.
David is the author of 'The dimensions of colour'. A fascinating and informative resource for anybody who has an interest in the perception of colour. David recently delivered a two day workshop over the weekend of 16th and 17th of April at Salisbury Studios, the home of Atelier Art Classes.