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ALUMNI PROFILE/ Shira Friedman finds beauty in everyday things

Shira Friedman already had earned her BFA from Syracuse University and pursued studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. But, it was at a Studio Incmminati form painting workshop when her true direction as an artist beckoned.

ALUMNI PROFILE/ Jennifer Hagen Bowen keeps on pushing

For Jennifer Hagen Bowen, an art career is more than just “pushing paint” it's about pushing through.

Studio Incamminati artists bring school’s message to India

While India is not renowned for a widespread realist art scene, alumni Joe Dolderer says he felt right at home during his master class/live-model painting demonstration in Bangalore.His friend, and current Studio Incamminati student Jay Varma, made sure of that.  

2017 Senior Show

The senior class members of Studio Incamminati exhibited their work and celebrated their graduation.

The Artist and the Princess

 The 50 portrait sittings Princess Diana shared with Studio Incamminati founder Nelson Shanks produced more than the beautiful painting that hangs in Althorp, her family’s ancestral home. Those weeks together in a borrowed London studio forged a special friendship between the princess and the artist.

Stephen Early returns to faculty

Instructor Emeritus Stephen Early, so much a part of the birth and growth of Studio Incamminati, is returning as a faculty member.

Instructors Kerry Dunn and Katya Held named finalists in international competition
Studio Incamminati instructors Kerry Dunn and Katya Held both earned Finalist awards in the Still Life category in the 12th International ARC Salon.One of the premier competitions for contemporary realist artists, the contest drew more than 3,000 entries by 640 artists from 63 countries.
Jason Patrick Jenkins and Michela Mansuino: Creating Art, Changing Lives
Studio Incamminati artists are not only creating meaningful art but using it to change lives.
For proof, look no further than fourth-year students Jason Patrick Jenkins and Michela Mansuino.
ALUMNI PROFILE/ Kathleen Moore's Alla Prima art makes connections

Kathleen Moore’s Portrait Project, painting Alla Prima portraits of New Hope Academy students, was about more than making art.

It was about making connections.

Studio Incamminati a strong presence at international realist art symposium

From an instructor to an alumna to a current student, Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art, will have a strong presence at TRAC2015, The International Representational Art Conference.