The Forgery Show in California

The Forgery Show is a new annual art exhibit featuring the work of Mt. Shasta’s Balos Atelier painters. Each year, members of the group will each execute a copy of a famous masterwork.
March 23, 2014 - PRLog -- Announcing 2nd Annual Forgery Show April 1 - 26, 2014 in Mount Shasta, California.

ArtRoster artists will be exhibiting & hosting the 2nd Forgery Show in Mount Shasta, CA on April 1, 2014. This year each artist will create a forgery of a well-known painting of their choice.
See forged works by: Vermeer, Caravaggio, Van Gogh, Wood, Wyeth, Richter, Rothco, Hughes, O’Keefe, Sorolla and Reni.
The exhibit location is :
Snow Creek Studio – A Chris Messer Gallery
416 N. Mount Shasta Blvd.
Mount Shasta, CA 9606

About Art Roster artists:

ArtRoster – Balos Atelier is a group of Northern California artists who reside at the base of Mt. Shasta. Most of the group has enjoyed art making in a variety of media for many years, and within the last few years their love of painting has brought them together creating, exploring and exhibiting. Meeting weekly, they draw inspiration from art history, their natural environment, and each other as well as their painting instructor Aleksander Balos. The artists utilize techniques from the Old Masters atelier system of the great European academic and impressionistic painting schools of the 18th and 19th centuries like that of Jacques-Louis David, as well as the more contemporary methods. Here is a lineage of painters who’s painting method we follow:

Jacques-Louis David (1748 – 1825)
Antoine-Jean Gros (1771 – 1835)
Paul Delaroche (1797 – 1856)
Jean-Leon Gerome (1824 – 1904)
William McGregor Paxon (1869 – 1941)
R.H. Ives Gammell (1983 – 1981)
Richard F. Lack (1928 – 2009)
Bruno Surdo (1962)

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