Posted by admin on November 8th, 2012
We are excited to announce that one of our Westlake Village Mission: Renaissance students, Kelsey Murphy made the finals in the House of Blues Art Contest. The theme of the contest was how the arts inspire hope in challenging and difficult circumstances. Over 200 6th-12th grade students competed and Kelsey, who attends classes on Saturdays and is working on developing her painting skills by duplicating paintings from the Masters, like Monet,...
Posted by admin on October 11th, 2012
Here is more proof that Mission: Renaissance students love their art classes.
Laura, our West L.A. Program Director informed us that one of her students who had recently moved to San Diego, really missed her art classes. The student’s mom called and scheduled her daughter for 3 Saturday classes. They got up at 6 am and drove up to our West L.A. studio!
Her student says she tried another oil painting class but it was boring and not as good as our...
Posted by admin on August 30th, 2012
Congratulations to our former student Natalie Lundeen for being featured in Southwest Art Magazine!
California contemporary realism artist
Natalie Lundeen, The Red Line, oil, 12 x 24.
Art Education: I got my foundation of traditional drawing and painting at Mission: Renaissance in Pasadena, CA, and I have continued taking workshops with artists I admire.
Style: Modified realism. I try to use what I’m painting as a source of information, without...
Posted by admin on July 31st, 2012
Mission: Renaissance family and friends,
Check out these photos from FastFrame in La Cañada
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Posted by admin on June 28th, 2012
Mission: Renaissance Palisades student Nicole Anthony entered in the “Drawing Us Together” art contest. She was not only chosen to be exhibited at the House of Blues on Sunset, but also won 2nd place out of over 250 kids in her age division (6th -8th), she’s in 6th. They only awarded a 1st and 2nd place so she was presented on stage and took home a Certificate as well as a $200.00 art supply Gift card.
Pictures were taken at the presentation...
Posted by admin on June 7th, 2012
Mission: Renaissance Family and Friends:
Mission: Renaissance in Sherman Oaks/Studio City has put up a new display of student artwork at Chill Frozen Yogurt shop. The clean, modern design of the shop along with the curvature of the walls, make the display as impressive as any gallery or museum. Our student’s artwork done in brilliant pastels, make each piece a masterpiece.
Go have a soothing cool summer treat and check out this display at: