Staff News / December 2011

Mandy Boursicot and Inga Loyeva

The Angel Academy of Art is very pleased to announce that two new instructors, two very gifted alumni, Inga Loyeva and Mandy Boursicot, have joined our staff. They have both found their feet with us very quickly and are brilliant teachers.

More can be read about each of them on our Faculty page: www.angelartschool.com/faculty.html

Mandy Boursicot

Mandy Boursicot

Inga Loyeva

Inga Loyeva

Martinho Correira

Martinho Correia, Angel Academy of Art, Florence, instructor, has been commissioned to paint seven portraits by the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Canada (www.notredame.sk.ca/index.php). Founded in 1920, the school focuses on developing great scholars and athletes through equal emphasis on the disciplines of academics, athletics and faith.

These are to be seven portraits of past school presidents and they are to be made into prints, with the originals being hung in the school itself.

Athol Murray College of Notre Dame

Athol Murray College of Notre Dame

Article on Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Alberta Report

Article on Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Alberta Report

Michael John Angel

An unexpected article on John Angel and the Angel Academy of Art, Florence, has recently come out in an Eastern European art magazine.
One of MJA’s drawings is reproduced on page 144 of Juliette Aristides’s brilliant new book Lessons in Classical Drawing. On page 54, there is a photo of two students at the Angel Academy working sight-size on a charcoal cast drawing.

Article on Michael John Angel in Art Magazin Kontura

Article on Michael John Angel in Art Magazin Kontura

Page excerpt from "Lessons in Classical Drawing"

Page excerpt from "Lessons in Classical Drawing"

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