We will explore Albrecht Dürer’s genius by looking at his works while in Venice and working as court painter to Emperor Maximilian I. His extraordinary relationship with the Holy Roman Emperor resulted in monumental commissions including paintings and etchings. By exploring the dynamic between an artist and his collector we will see what made Dürer the virtuoso that he was.
A virtual room link will be sent to you up to 24 hours prior to your class start date. A short tutorial will be given prior to the live class starting.
Unable to attend a sessions? No worries, ALL students will have access to watch the recorded session for 7-days. Recording available 1 day after live session.
Caravaggio: The Complete Works by Sebastian Schutze 2017
Caravaggio: The Art of Realism by John Varriano 2007
Caravaggio by John T Spike 2007
Caravaggio by Catherine Puglisi 2000
Renée has lived between the United States and Paris, France studying fine art and art history. She graduated from the American University of Paris with a BA in Art History, and has her MFA from the Academy of Art in San Francisco. She now resides in NYC and teaches courses at the Art Students League and Chelsea Classical School of Art.
Renée explores ubiquitous themes through the eyes of a millennial such as identity, feminism, death, equality and addiction, making her work not a quotidian narrative but rather a relevant and relatable story. As a professional female artist and curator, Renée feels the need to express the American (and seemingly global) zeitgeist and the expanding diaspora of the world. Grounded in realism and figurative narratives, her works are highly conceptual; thoughtful imagery and symbolism with subtle messages often described as “surreal” and “fantasy”. In June 2016 she was awarded a grant by The Ringholz Foundation to fund her latest painting project and invited to the Bakehouse Art Complex Residency Program during Miami Art Basel. She was also a 2018 Stobart Foundation Grant recipient.
Renée has exhibited throughout the United States and France, including Paris, London, New York City, Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles, among others. She was invited to join the Copley Society of Boston and the Salmagundi Club of NYC. Most recently, Kent Twitchell, awarded her the “Patron Award” at the Brand Art Center’s 43rd annual juried exhibition in Los Angeles, CA. He commented that her work shows “devotion to the picture plane; she is not trying to jump on anyone’s bandwagon” and “sincerity”, making her work valuable and unique in the art world.
LAAFA reserves the right to cancel any class/workshop, limit workshop size, change workshop times or substitute instructors for those listed in the schedule. If a workshop is cancelled; students may transfer to another workshop, use credit on artschoolvideos.com, keep credit on file or be issued a full refund.
All online classes and workshops are non-refundable, non-transferable and no makeups are available. A 7-day recording is provided the day after the online live class. No recording extensions are permitted.
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