Instructor: ALEXANDER SHUNDI
Wednesday-Sunday, 5 days
March 18-22, 2020
Explore ways to understand and celebrate the magnificent and mysterious organic forms that our Florida landscape offers us through drawing. We will discover lines and observe contrasting light and shade in surreal shapes found in nature. Approaches to reflect natural harmony and balance will be discussed. With the humble manipulation of pencil and paper we will understand and present images that attract us, pass through our being and senses, and then magically translated on paper.
A supply list is emailed to students upon registration of the workshop.
Alexander Shundi was born in Correggio, Italy in 1944 and lived in Parma, Italy until his family moved to the United States in 1957. He received his Bachelors and Master’s degrees from Yale University, graduating in 1969 with his Master of Fine Arts in Painting. He also received further education in Milan, Paris, and Connecticut. Alexander’s works are in many public and private collections in the United States and abroad. He lives and works in a converted 1850's church with his wife Elizabeth Hill, also a painter, and their two children. He has traveled for twenty years exploring the American Southwest, with particular focus on both ancient and current Pueblo culture, art, and mythology.
Instructor: LUCIO CHIURULLA
Monday - Friday, 5 days
March 16th – 20th, 2020
Tuition: $625.00 Material Fee: $45 for stone and carving tools
Alabaster stone has two dominant traits, translucency and compactness. Translucency provides the stone’s beauty while compactness offers softness. These combined make the material attractive to use for both beginner and advanced stone carvers. Beginning students will use hand tools to form a mortar and pestle while more experienced will practice techniques from the traditional to abstract where pneumatic tools may be employed.
A general supply list is emailed to students upon registration of the workshop.
Lucio Chiurulla was born in 1972 in Perugia, Italy. After studying at the Art School and the Academy of Belle Art in Perugia, he began his journey into sculpting in 1990. Lucio works with marble, granite, and other stone, taking inspiration from ancient Roman, Greek, and Medieval statues and mosaics as well as modern sculpture. He has held several exhibitions, among them exhibitions organized by Ken’s Art Gallery in Florence and West Palm Beach (1999-2001), the Archaeological Park in Populonia (Tuscany), Cavour Art Festival in Terni (2001), Galleria Il Sole Centro d’Arte in Perugia (2003); Palazzo Morelli Fine Art in Todi (Umbria) (2005-2011), and Carla Mancini Art Gallery in Perugia (2016-2017). He currently has his studio near the Trasimeno Lake in Umbria, where he lives and works.
REGISTRATION DETAILS FOR VISITING MASTER ARTIST WORKSHOPS
• We recommend that you register early with complete payment.
• All major credit cards are accepted and checks are madepayable to the Armory Art Center.
• All purchases except tuition are subject to Florida sales tax.
• Refunds or transfers are not permitted if requested with less than five weeks’ notice.
• Payment in full per workshop will be refunded less a fee of $100 provided the Armory receives five weeks’ notice prior to the start of the workshop.
• Payments for workshop that are not held due to insufficient enrollments will be refunded in full.
NOTICE OF WORKSHOP CANCELLATIONS WILL BE MADE FOUR (4) WEEKS PRIOR TO START DATE.
Any workshop that doesn’t achieve sufficient enrollment will be canceled and the registrants will be contacted by the Armory Art Center. Please make your travel and accommocation arrangements within the four-week timeframe prior to the workshop.
Call (561) 832-1776 or register online at armoryart.org