PO Box 30766 Santa Fe, NM 87592-0766 USA
Author of A guide to Egg Tempera Painting
Painter, art technologist, and writer.
Harriet T. Baily. Professor of Art, Art Conservation,
Art History and Museum Studies at the University of Delaware.
Museum Studies Program
301 Old College,University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716.
Teaches traditional icon painting water-based gilding and panel preparation on planks of wood.
San Francisco, California, USA.
P.O. Box 82, Treadwell, NY 13846.
Offers introductory classes in egg tempera several times a year in New York as well as in Inuvik, Northwest Territories as part of the Great Northern Art Festival.
Teaches traditional and non traditional icon painting based on ‘petite lac’ or wash technique. Studied in England and Poland.
1639 Aqua Vista Road
Richmond, CA 94805
Phone: 415 738 9255
Author of Traditional Icon Painting, a manual written by a non-traditional icon painter.
(see publications page)
BFA/MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Concurrently teaching egg tempera workshops and classes at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Lorado Studios in the Fine Arts Building of Chicago.
410 S.Michigan Avenue, # 1038, Chicago, IL 60605.
Maz jackson is a short course tutor twice a year at the Edward James Foundation at West Dean College, UK.
For details: www.westdean.org.uk
Teaches in the tradition of Robert Vickry.
Cambria, California, USA.
Author of One Egg Over Medium….
Offers comprehensive five day workshops on egg tempera for beginners and advanced painters, at different venues across the US and abroad. Author of “Egg Tempera Painting” book.
For more information on her book and workshop schedule, visitwww.kooschadler.com
Teaches traditional icon painting based on ‘petite lac’ or wash technique. London, England.
Author of The Technique of Icon Painting
Hartford Art School/University of Hartford, 2000 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, Connecticut, 06117 USA
He also leads tours to Italy that include egg tempera instruction. See Resources/workshops for details.
Mona Diane Conner
Mona Diane Conner lectures and teaches on the topic of egg tempera in New York City art schools, such as Parsons and Pratt Institute. Mona is experienced in working with egg tempera on panel, rag board, and Kelmscott vellum using both traditional and non-traditional methods. She presently incorporates oil gilding into some of her paintings.
317 Third Street, Apt. 4B
Brooklyn, NY. 11215
Phil has been teaching annual workshops for 12 years at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland and on Eagle Island, Maine. His paintings can be seen at:www.philschirmer.com
Phone: (207) 359-3384.