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Exhibition Opening: On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students

Exhibition Opening
On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the NUMU Atelier Masters and Students
May 17-October 13, 2019

Sarah Sedwick,  The World , 12” X 24”, Image courtesy of Artist

Sarah Sedwick, The World, 12” X 24”, Image courtesy of Artist

Opening in the main gallery on May 17, On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the NUMU Atelier Masters and Students features the works of master artists and students from NUMU's Classical Drawing and Painting Atelier Program. The exhibition showcases all levels of mastery in the traditional style of classical drawing and painting. Featured artists include NUMU Atelier Director, Gabriel Coke, and Master Artists from NUMU’s Visiting Artists Workshops program: Adrian Gottlieb, David Gray, Brianna Lee, Jim McVicker, Cuong Nguyen, Sarah Sedwick, Enzo Segovia, Robert K Semans, Oliver Sin, Conor Walton, Zhaoming Wu, and Elizabeth Zanzinger.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 17 from 6-8pm.
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7-8pm, Public Reception, All welcome
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NUMU Atelier Program Director Gabriel Coke founded the Atelier in 2015 and teaches classical drawing and painting classes for adults and teens. Gabriel has also developed a robust Visiting Artists Workshops program at NUMU that invites regional and local contemporary masters to lead week and weekend-long intensive workshops to the Atelier throughout the year. This  program has grown out of Coke's many friendships with painters across the United States and Europe. Coke has studied with teachers and working artists in Seattle, Santa Fe, France, Norway and New York City. Gabe has worked and studied at The Grand Central Academy of Art in New York, Frovik Kunstskole in Norway, Ecole Albert deFois in France, The Studio of Anthony Ryder in Santa Fe, New Mexico, The Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, Washington, The Concrete Tower, and Old Arcata Creamery in Arcata, California.