A clean sweep of best of gage from the sculpture atelier!
Magrath Atelier at Gage Academy of Art
The Magrath Sculpture Atelier is a multi-year, part-time Atelier designed to confer the core discipl
Led by celebrated sculptor Michael Magrath, students learn to become adept in both traditional approaches as well as contemporary concerns in a variety of media. Build cumulatively upon the core skills of drawing and modeling from life, while adding critical understanding of anatomy, composition in the round and relief as well as technical skills such as mold making, casting, basic fabrication and
Operating as usual
Peter is a great draftsman and teacher. So thrilled he will begin to teach online at Gage
〰️ This course will demystify the drawing process, from start to finish. 〰️
Join Peter Green online this Spring - register now at gageacademy.org/adult-programs ➰
Join Scott Méxcal on Zoom 💻 March 15th for a FREE art talk, 🔹🔹🔹 Untangling the Web: Modern Art History Seen from a Non-Western Perspective 🔹🔹🔹
🗣️ Learn why masterworks outside of the European Canon should be studied by classical realists.
"As prevailing attitudes around hegemonic Eurocentric and white supremacist pedagogy shift towards inclusiveness and cultural inclusion and representation, this lecture seeks to ask the question; how do we as art students and art teachers expand the canon of educational sources in order to develop the skills to be 21st-century artistic innovators, and what can we learn from classically trained artists of the past?"
Register FREE at gageacademy.org/gage-perspectives
Image: Hank Willis Thomas, Colonialism and Abstract Art, 2019
Super proud of Atelier grad and former monitor Nancy Bocek!
Captive, Who We Are Series, 2021
Visit Captive and wonderful artworks by Gage Academy graduates in the Gage Atelier Alumni Exhibition at Fountainhead Gallery opening on January 6th through January 29th.
Hope you'll drop by the Open House on Saturday, January 8th from 5-7 PM.
I’d love to meet you there! Please RSVP to me if you’re coming and I’ll update you of any changes to the event given the challenges of these days nothing is certain.
Please be advised that masks are required in Fountainhead Gallery and worn covering the nose and mouth.
Thank you, Fountainhead Gallery!
Find catalog and info links on my hompage
Beautiful photo by Daniel Fox, Lumina Studio
Fall Art History Lectures at Gage
October 23 | Mike Magrath | High Kitsch
Kitsch is the beautiful lie that eats truth. Join us to chart the evolution of Kitsch from its origins as aspirational culture among the 19th century bourgeois to the ubiquitous cultural language of the 21st century consumer society.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 – April 22, 2020
7:00-8:00 P.M., Geo Studio, #304, Third Floor,
prefunc 6 pm
Gage Academy of Art
1501 10th Ave E.
Seattle WA. 98102
$15 at Door, Free for members.
The Art History Lecture Series features Gage teaching artists as well as art historians from the Seattle art community, each exploring a different topic. These lectures present an intimate look inside the artists and movements that helped shape art from the Renaissance through the 20th Century. Register online for a single lecture or the entire fall series, and delve into the techniques, ideologies and personalities that define art in our world.
for our upcoming Ecorche of the Skull class at Gage Academy of Art will be excited to add Uldis Zarins Anatomy360's digital tools into the mix!
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Gage Seminars: The Language of Art:
We are excited to announce the beginning of a new seminar series at Gage. Through readings, presentations and discussion we explore the most important theoretical and historical underpinnings of today's art. This is like a college class, but without the term papers, (and the crazy cost!)
Thursdays, 6 - 8 pm
DADA; from Paris Commune to Extinction Rebellion
Dada is the primal void, the nonsense that makes sense. It is essentially a language set in opposition to established order. It can be argued Dada changed everything and set the tone for almost all art since. Why? We explore both the social and historical origins of DADA as well as the core precepts and performance art of the Cabaret Voltaire and their followers, their outsize effects on our culture over the intervening years of Surrealism, Situationism, Punk… We also analyze its essential role in contemporary art and mass movements. Crazy cool stuff!
details and registration
🍂FALL PUBLIC REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY!
View our classes here:
👉 https://www.gageacademy.org/fall19-classes-and-workshops/ 👈
Artwork by Stephanie K Johnson.
Atelier instructor Mark Kang-O'Higgins critiquing work by Grace Athena Flott.
There is still time to join the KOH Atelier, The Aristides Atelier, the Faigin Atelier, and the Studio Arts Intensive programs here at Gage. Don't miss the opportunity to become the artist YOU want to be.
🔥🔥🔥This amazing group of Gage alumni is putting on a show that opens TODAY! Make this part of your day: It's rare that people with this quality of art get this organized!
Jason’s Sculptors Funeral is an excellent podcast. He’s always has great insights and history. Well worth perusing.
Why Sculpture is Boring (better quality) by Jason Arkles This is essentially the same talk I gave at the National Sculpture Society in June 2019, recorded at the Grand Central Atelier two days later. Though the pic...
🔥Unbelievably, it's not too late to join the Mark Kang-O'Higgins this Fall. Study with this modern master and become the artist you want to be.
👍Professional Development for Visual Artists - Teaching you the stuff that art school DOESN'T! Seriously, this is so important for serious artists looking to make a career out of this crazy business! They'll teach you the business side of it so you can make a confident next step toward your dream career!
Starting this Fall:
Art by Ellen Forney.
Best of Gage, Magrath Sculpture students put on a great show full of variety and creativity. You guys rock.
BEST OF GAGE
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Best of Gage, this Friday. Hope to see you there. More sculpture than ever before!
Such high quality an strong variety of work. Super proud of my students at Magrath Atelier! Opening tonight
The Atelier traveled a few short miles to see the Martha Friedman exhibit Castoffs and a visit to the Medal of Honor Memorial designed and created by Mike Magrath.
Students learned about quick studies - sketches in clay - with no more than 9 hours model time and no armature - just the clay itself ala Gian Lorenzo Bernini. (Sometimes a paper cup to lighten the weight under a seated figure.)
Working quickly helps break the "Fuffing" habit!
The three Magrath rules - "splat and pat", "no schmeer" and "no fuffing"!
The annual rite of passage for first year students, sculpting 2x life size pepper from life, waste mold and cast, and finish! I hope we'll see a few at the May Atelier show.
Mike discusses the properties and uses of different types of wax as a sculpture medium.
Learning to do quick gesture studies with wire manikins and foil.
Mike giving instruction on quick studies (bozzetti).
The story behind the Medusa statue that has become the perfect avatar for women’s rage Medusa's victory is quite different than Perseus's, in the eyes of one sculptor.
First year students begin with the pepper project and are motivated to complete it in order to join with their fellows working from a model, usually about midway through the quarter. The pepper has everything a sculptor needs to learn observation and technique. Everyone gains new appreciation for the beautiful pepper. The project includes learning how to make a waste mold and casting in the process.
Continuing students begin with portraits this year. These works can be completed as the artists wishes - fired or cast or... Mike mentors through the decision process and students give each other support.
Magrath Atelier Alum Jeremias Lentini featured in Seattle Refined. Compelling work!
Artist of the Week: Jeremias Lentini Seattle might be notorious for niche coffee shops and scenic waterways, but locals know it's also home to an array of people who love to create.
Chewing gum, bailing wire. Long as it works!
Degas used cork in his wax sculptures X-ray images confirm the artist used everyday objects, such as pencils, to fill out his creations.
Best of Gage: First place sculpture - Mary Campbell
Best of Gage: Second place sculpture - Nancy Bocek
Best of Gage: Third place sculpture - Kathy Goodwind
Winners in the Best of Gage sculpture division:
1st Place: Mary Campbell
2nd Place: Nancy Bocek
3rd Place: Kathy Goodwind
Well deserved congratulations! Apologies for the lack of photos, they will come next week...
Finishing work on our paper-clay figures. An interesting alternative to water-based clay or oil-based clay...
Sneak peak of sculptures and other art getting ready for the Best of Gage. Check it out next Friday, June 16!
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