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Gregory Pelizzari

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Birthplace
USA

Birth year
1951

Lives in
France

Works in
France

Website

Representing galleries
Independant

Tags
figurative, traditional, realism

Statement

Gregory Pelizzari

 

Artiste Américain vivant en France depuis 1974, ses tableaux sont exposés aux USA, Angleterre,Suisse,France; dans des galleries et expositions à FIAC,Figuration Critique,Centre Georges Pompidou. Ses peintures très réalistes explorent les contrastes et conflits entre nature et civilisation.

 

Il enseigne la peinture depuis 1996.

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An American artist living in France since 1974, his work is exhibited in USA,England,Switzerland,France. Galleries and numerous exhibitions include: Centre Georges Pompidou,FIAC,Figuration Critique .

His intensely realist paintings explore the contrasts of nature and civilisation..

 

He started teaching in 1996

 

Etudes-Studies

Fine Arts - Southern Illinois

University,USA

Design Workshop – S.I.U.,USA

Atelier Neo-Medicis –

Prof. Patrick Bétaudier, France

Art Form- New York

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A RENAISSANCE PAINTING TECHNIQUE FOR

CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS:

 

ATELIER NEO-MEDICI invites students and professional painters to the Aquitaine region of France, for a three month intensive painting workshop.

 

"TECHNIQUE MIXTE"

PAINTING WORKSHOP
Professor Gregory Pelizzari teaches an approach to painting known as the "technique mixte",which has its antecedents with the early Northern masters (Jan van Eyck). This technique employs a tempera underpainting over which oil colours are glazed,enabling the artist to achieve a profoundly intricate level of detail and greater luminosity of colour than oil paint alone can produce.

 

The “Atelier Neo Medici” believes that in order to create constant art, i.e., art which trancends the fashionable, it is necessary for the artist to have had a comprehensive background in traditional techniques. The quality of a painting can be assessed in term of its technical virtuosity e.g. composition and color harmony,or treatment of light. As Plato wrote: The Good is the Beautiful.”

www.atelierneo-medici.com

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