New York Academy of Art

New York Academy of Art

Art
TriBeCa, New York, New York
(117 Reviews)

At the New York Academy of Art, we believe that the world of visual art is built upon the essential cornerstones of figurative drawing, painting, and sculpture. Mastering these disciplines is critical to the development of an artist's personal vision and, ultimately, to the creation of vital contemporary art.

Mission

The New York Academy of Art is a graduate school that combines intensive technical training in the fine arts with active critical discourse. We believe that rigorously trained artists are best able to realize their artistic vision. Academy students are taught traditional methods and techniques and encouraged to use these skills to make vital contemporary art. The Academy serves as a creative and intellectual center for all artists dedicated to highly skilled, conceptually aware figurative and representational art. 

History

The New York Academy of Art was founded in 1982 by artists, scholars and patrons of the arts, including Andy Warhol, to foster a resurgence in the training of figurative and representational art. The Academy has since developed into a non-profit cultural institution housing the nation’s first graduate school of figurative art, a continuing education program, the region’s most in-depth figurative art library, an extensive exhibition and lecture series, and iconic New York City events such as Take Home a Nude and Tribeca Ball.

Reviews of New York Academy of Art

(117 Reviews)
Gouache: The Perfect Sketch Medium

7/2/2021
Anonymous

Attended: Gouache: The Perfect Sketch Medium


John Wellington is such an amazing and inspiring teacher, the class is fun and the interaction with other students can't be beat. I've taken this class twice so far...

The Figure In Watercolor

5/24/2021
Anonymous

Attended: The Figure In Watercolor


Loved this class! Bring it back!

Gouache: The Perfect Sketch Medium

5/1/2021
Kitty T.

Attended: Gouache: The Perfect Sketch Medium


I absolutely loved this class! Gouache is such a fun medium to work with and the instructor is very personable and helpful. Oh and the models... they were fun and gave us some creative inspiration!!! Never a dull class. I would take this class over again and again.

Landscape in Watercolor

3/4/2021
Anonymous

Attended: Landscape in Watercolor


A lot of waiting around and watching the instructor paint. It’s a follow along class and it’s tough to keep up. Never finished a single piece in class. Learnt some interesting techniques though.

The Figure In Watercolor

2/28/2021
Anonymous

Attended: The Figure In Watercolor


This class is amazing. I've taken it twice and can't wait to take it again. Watching the demos is just mesmerizing.

iPad Procreate: Intro to Digital Drawing & Painting

12/20/2020
Kitty T.

Attended: iPad Procreate: Intro to Digital Drawing & Painting


Before this class I tried to teach myself and failed miserably. The instructor helped us all with a very well thought out game plane for adding new information throughout the 6 weeks. Now instead of having a very expensive paperweight I have the tools to create some serious art on the iPad. I highly recommend this class!

The Figure In Watercolor

12/17/2020
Karen P.

Attended: The Figure In Watercolor


It was a difficult experience. Marcelo is a wonderful Artist however the virtual experience was difficult and hard to navigate. I want to give him credit for trying to handle it, but/and perhaps it was a little fast with not a lot of hands on help individually. He stated he had a lot of students (80 I think he said). And maybe that’s too many optimally. I’m an older student with strong drawing skills but found myself floundering.

Indirect Painting: The Portrait

10/28/2020
Anonymous

Attended: Indirect Painting: The Portrait


Really fun and informative Sessions.

Introduction to the Portrait

9/11/2020
Anonymous

Attended: Introduction to the Portrait


Fantastic teacher. Very thorough explanation and critiques are always actionable.

Landscape in Watercolor

4/23/2020
Anonymous

Attended: Landscape in Watercolor


Art classes should not be held on line. That should be in real life with the teacher Nothing matches the experience of in real life teaching Quality was not the same and I love my teacher, but once in went on line we should have been given a discount for the remaining lessons

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111 Franklin St, New York, New York 10013
New York Academy of Art
TriBeCa, Manhattan
111 Franklin St
Btwn W Broadway & Church St
New York, New York 10013

Teachers at New York Academy of Art

Adam Cross Aidan Barker Hill Aliene de Souza Howell Alonsa Guevara Amy Hughes Amy Baur & Brian Boldon Anders Rydstedt and Brendan Keim Andrew Conklin Angela Gram Anna Wakitsch Ard Berge Beth Rundquist Bonnie DeWitt Brent Sommerhauser Casey Concelmo Chris Wright Chris Pugliese Cynthia Eardley Dan Thompson David Jamieson David Klass Dennis Cheaney Edgar Jerins Edward Schmidt Elody Gyekis Erin McKenna Evan Kitson Evan Kitson Forster Fukushima Gianluca Giarrizzo Guno Park Hilary McCarthy Jake Fischer James Linkous Jessica Augier Joao Henrique Brandao John Wellington Katie Hemmer Kitson Kristy Gordon Leah Lopez Lia Ali Lisa Lebofsky Manu Saluja Marcelo Daldoce Mark Opirhory Mark Tennant Matt White Melanie Vote Michael Smith Michelle Doll Michiko Sakano Michiyo Fukushima Mitchell Martinez Nanda Soderberg Nikolay Koshelev Noelle Timmons Noelle Timmons Rami Baglio Randall DiGiuseppe Robert Armetta Roberto Osti Sean Salstrom Steve Forster Steven Assael Sunita Prasad and Liesl Schubel Ted Schmidt Wakitsch Will Kurtz William Gudenrath Zane York
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