Monday, October 3, 2011

Inside Art: Beaux-Arts Atelier Featured in Wall Street Journal

In our premier issue we featured artist, Mason Sullivan, in our Inside Art article.  He is a sculptor and professor in New York City and has helped with the curriculum and opening of the Beaux-Arts Atelier.  The one-year program is run by the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, which is a 20-year-old nonprofit devoted to keeping the classical tradition alive. 
We were so proud to feature both Mason and the schools he teaches at in our magazine, and today were thrilled to learn that the Wall Street Journal has done a piece on the school as well.  
Click below to read the full article:

Mason with his ecorche piece that he uses to teach anatomy and sculpting the human figure at Grand Central Academy.
A model from the newly opened Beaux-Arts Atelier
 A student leaving the Beaux-Arts school, which is located in the classical 1880's limestone General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen building.

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