The Swedish artist Anders Zorn was famous for his limited palette. It is reported that he used only three colors for most of his works — yellow ochre, vermillion and ivory black.
The result of this combination were some quite harmonious paintings. This particular limited palette was said to be ideal for painting the human figure.
James Kielland, a photographer from Kent, is working with us to take some new shots of the Atelier this year. This is the entrance to the Madison Studio on the third floor of Gage Academy of Fine Art.
Students resting during lunch.
Afternoon studio work.
Larine Chung, a beloved graduate of the Classical Atelier program, opened a solo show at the Fountainhead Gallery in Seattle. Larine's work has a playful creativity that disguises the labor that went into its creation.