Since several years we've been inviting accomplished artisans and master artists who come and teach their specialty courses at our school. We made the choice to broaden the range of subjects we offer to our students, even adding subjects that some may classify as fine art. We are convinced that as decorative painters we can greatly benefit by studying academic disciplines. Like any profession, our craft evolves and it's up to each one of us to lay down the foundations that will guarantee the tradition but also embrase the constant evolution of our trade.
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Michel Nadaï is an award-winning decorative painter, author, instructor, muralist and trompe-l’œil artist.
For all questions regarding our workshops and courses, registration and other such inquiries, you can count on Kyoko!
David Gray's award winning works have been covered by major art publications including Southwest Art, Art of the West, and American Art Collector.
We are thrilled and honored to invite Prosopon School Instructor and Master Iconographer Nikita Andrejev, for a 6-day workshop!
Since her early childhood, Caterina has revealed a strong artistic gift: even before taking up the specific studies she organized several personal exhibitions.
A very talented Italian decorative painting artist, Stefano Luca works for many prestigious customers, in Italy as well as abroad.
Atelier Nadaï is delighted to receive internationally renowned artist Cuong Nguyen who will come and teach a 6-day Portrait and Still Life in pastel workshop.
Fabien CATEUX lives and works in Gif-sur-Yvette, in Essonne, France. For the past twenty years he devoted himself to oil painting, using resinous mediums.
Mats began as house painter in the mid-1970s. In 1991 he studies decorative painting with Master Painter Stellan Palm.
Ms. Kurimata believes in the importance of transmitting her craft to the younger generations and has been teaching since 2010.