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Video Length: 8 hours, 45 minutes
Juliette Aristides is one of the world’s leading experts in the “lost art” of the classical technique — a technique that captures the purity and deep emotion within the human form like no other can.
Learn classical techniques and you can:
Create beautiful and inspirational depictions of your subject…
Elicit a deep and powerful emotional connection with your viewers…
Find a sense of harmony and movement within your own creative vision…
Juliette has more than 25 years of art experience and is the director of the Aristides Classical Atelier at the prestigious Gage Academy of Art in Seattle. She is the author of four books, and her artwork is featured in galleries across the country.
Juliette is a modern master of the classical technique and a gifted teacher able to explain both the how and the why behind each brushstroke and each decision. The classical technique she teaches is perfect for both “the thinker” and “the feeler” within you.
Get the same world-class training that Juliette teaches at the Gage Academy of Art in Seattle (and in international workshops).
In our studio Juliette created an inspirational 8-hour demonstration — a step-by-step tutorial on classical figure painting allowing us to “peek behind the curtain” to see how it’s really done.
Follow this tutorial, and Juliette will take you by the hand and show you how to go from the very first steps of posing your model and preparing your materials…
…to adding the final details to a figure painting full of life.
We’ve placed the entire 8 hours of instruction (plus an exclusive one-on-one interview) in a video titled: The Secrets of Classical Painting.
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