Atelier Neo Medici-Renaissance Painting Techniques for Contemporary Artists

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pelizzari wrote
on 23 Jun 2013 4:04 PM

The name Medici is synonymous with Renaissance.

The french word "atelier" means studio or workshop.
Originating during the Renaissance and continuing through the 19th century, ateliers served as a place
for master artists to create their own work and to teach a cadre of followers the "craft" of painting.
This has all but disappeared with the advent of Modern Art where technique has been eschewed in favor of aesthetic theory.

The "ATELIER NEO MEDICI" believes that in order to create constant Art, i.e., Art which transcends the fashionable, it is necessary for the artist to have had a comprehensive background in traditional old master painting techniques. The quality of a painting can be assessed in terms of it's technical virtuosity e.g, composition and colour harmony or treatment of light.
As Plato wrote: "THE GOOD IS THE BEAUTIFUL".

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pelizzari wrote
on 8 Mar 2014 12:26 PM

ROUND MIDNIGHT by Gregory Pelizzari - Atelier Neo Medici

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on 8 Mar 2014 12:28 PM

 

NORWEGIAN WOOD by Gregory Pelizzari - Atelier Neo Medici

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