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Hokusai Life Coloured Exhibition by Claudia Piscitelli

The New York Studio School presents a special exhibition, “Hokusai Life Coloured” with works by NYSS Alum Claudia Piscitelli, September 21- October 4, 2017, in the NYSS Lobby & Student Gallery.  Join us for the Opening Reception Thursday, September 21, 6-8pm. Claudia Piscitelli lives and works in Italy, mostly in Naples, Rome and Todi. She […]

September 11, 2017 · Alumni, Events, Exhibitions, Uncategorized

Nicolas Carone in his studio

In these excerpts from the 2004 documentary, Nicolas Carone: Pushing Tradition, Nicolas Carone discusses “the new painting” of New York City and the artists’ inquisition of space, the figurative tradition, and pure artistic perception. Nicolas Carone: Pushing Tradition (59 mins) dir. Bill Page, can be viewed in the NYSS Library by appointment only. To watch the […]

Noreen Naughton on Nicolas Carone’s drawing exercises

Painter Noreen Naughton reflects on some of the exercises done in Nicolas Carone’s classes at the New York Studio School, and describes the concepts that accompanied them. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series at the New York Studio School, with an introduction by Martica Sawin. Recorded on March 4, 2015. For information on […]

Noreen Naughton on a 1969 photograph of Nicolas Carone teaching at NYSS

Painter Noreen Naughton reflects on a Newsweek photograph of Nicolas Carone teaching in the first years of The New York Studio School. Presented as part of the Evening Lecture Series, with an introduction by Martica Sawin. Recorded on March 4, 2015. For information on our current lecture season please visit us here. “The Things Unseen: […]

Everything Is Sacred: Reactions to the Work of Merrill Wagner

By Kaitlin McDonough, January 2017 “Everything was sacred.” These words, affirmed simply after a glowing pause, were Merrill Wagner’s response to my recent question, “What was it like to study with the painter Edwin Dickinson?” …To learn a way of thinking, seeing, making in which everything is regarded as profound. Beyond speaking to Wagner’s formation, […]

January 5, 2017 · Exhibitions