Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Pictures from The Cult of Beauty

Many thanks to Daniel Silveira for allowing me to share these wonderful images from the Cult of Beauty event

Lincoln Faulkner Smith and Jane Xavier Dougherty

William Morris laughs as his portrait is painted:
Inspired by Waterhouse's Ophelia (my favorite painting)

Like an Alma Tadema painting:

Autumn Adamme is like the Cult of Beauty exhibit catalogue incarnate:

Raymond Ernest Andre III:

Autumn Adamme and Corey March:
Vienna La Rouge:
Fun for the whole family!


Timecat said...

This looks fascinating, but I can't find any further information about it. Where was this? Do they often hold live events?

Grace said...

Hi Timecat!

It was held by the same people who run the artist salon at the Dickens Faire every year! Here's a post on that with a link to the group's Facebook page: http://thebeautifulnecessity.blogspot.com/2011/12/pre-raphaelite-artist-salon.html

Aileen said...

When this exhibit was at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, grandma and I enjoyed it thoroughly. This associated event looks like a wonderful time.

Grace said...

I'm so glad you got to see it, Aileen! It looks amazing.