From the art and archaeology of the ancient world to the immediacy of plein air painting, Stuart Fullerton’s artistic interests are remarkably varied. What unites these interests, though, is a passion for both painting and working in charcoal.
Amid the great names of the 17th century, French painter Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665) was one of the greatest. An innovative figure that had an uncanny ability to blend academic refinement with classical trends of his day, Poussin yielded a remarkably varied body of work. Amidst his vast oeuvre of paintings, Poussin was also a prolific draftsman, dedicating a significant portion of his study to drawings and sketches after the masterworks of earlier generations.
Susie studied Fine-Art & Graphics at Ravensbourne & Croydon Art Colleges before taking up a career in Design & Production within the Publishing industry. Latterly she was Cover Design & Production Manager for Sage Publications, commissioning artists and designers having previously worked for many other Publishing companies. She is an experienced lecturer, having taught at […]
The Chiaroscuro Studio of Art based in Miami, Florida offers a curriculum based on the teaching method used by famous classical-realist academies.
Artist and Musician, Sandi Ludescher sent us an image of her painting, Esperando de El Desfile (Waiting for the Parade), and a CD of her harp music!