Annual Instructor’s Exhibition at The Art Students League of New York
Since the late 19th century, The Art Students League of New York has launched its fall exhibition season with a presentation of work by current instructors. Notable teachers who inaugurated this tradition include James Carroll Beckwith, William Merritt Chase, Thomas Dewing, and Walter Shirlaw. This annual event continues to reflect the broad range of approaches and techniques represented by ASL faculty.
Exhibition dates are September 8-28, 2017 at the Art Students League of New York, 215 West 57th St., New York, NY. There will be a closing reception on Thursday, September 28, 2017, from 5:30 to 7:30pm in The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery at the League. Viewing hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-8:30pm and Saturday, 9am-3pm.
Sharon Sprung, Woman as Warrior, oil on panel, 30 x 32 www.sharonsprung.com
In an atelier-based school, like the League, an instructor’s work of art can serve as a kind of shorthand for the unique curriculum that he or she brings to the studio.
Ephraim Rubenstein, New River Afternoon: Galax, Virginia, 2016, oil on linen, 20 x 27 https://ephraimrubenstein,com
Costa Vavagiakis, Connie IV, graphite on paper, 26 x 20 www.costavavagiakis.com
For more information or to view the exhibition online, go to: http://www.asllinea.org/art-students-league-instructors-exhibition-2017/
Explore LINEA, the online journal of the Art Students League of New York for a wealth of information including interviews, reviews, advice for artists, the history of The Art Students League and current events at ASL. http://www.asllinea.org
Founded by Artists and Supporting Artists Since 1875
The Art Students League of New York has been instrumental in shaping America’s legacy in the fine arts. Many renowned artists have trained and taught at the League. Today, more than 2,500 students of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels, study at the League each month.
The League educates students in the language and process of making art in an environment where anyone who wishes to pursue an art education can realize his or her full potential. The League fulfills this mission by offering accessible, affordable, high quality education and instruction in painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture (including welding and bronze casting), and assemblage.
Visit the website of The Art Students of New York to find a class, take a workshop, and check out upcoming exhibitions and events at: http://www.theartstudentsleague.org