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Pre-enrolment application is an application submitted in advance at no cost or obligation to the applicant. For us this is the first step in creating a Road Map for the American Fresco School, for you this is the first step to learn the technique of fresco painting at reasonable cost.
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What is PRE-ENROLLMENT?

For us this is the first step in creating a "road map" for the American Fresco School, for you this is the first step on the way to learn fresco painting technique at reasonable cost. This step is designed to minimize the workshop advertising and administration costs which is essential to keep the low cost of the tuition. When we collect 7-10 pre-enrollment applications for the same location we start/fund local advertising campaign through the appointed local organizer.  At this point we begin the enrollment process and you will be invited to enroll.

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Lime Cycle - plaster for fresco painting
lime_cycle-fresco_painting-500x500.pngLime Cycle is the process by which limestone or marble (pure form of lime stone) is converted to quicklime by heating, then it is slaked (hydrated), and reverted back to limestone (marble) by carbonation.
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Space Fresco - Carbon Based Life + Carbon Based Art It's a Rock. But it's Art. And it's in Space.
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Fresco Painting Workshop Schedule at the Fresco School - Fall 2012
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First True (buon) Fresco Course Approved for Interior Designers
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Malibu Fresco painting - interview with iLia Anossov (fresco)
The 'Before and After'... In Reverse... AD_04-2011-renaissance-man-cover200.jpg"We plastered and painted in true fresco every wall and ceiling in this house, years then decades, then centuries have passed and there were only a few frescoes left. We had to come back and plaster and paint again and again and again over the old ones and over the new that became old themselves. Now, centuries later, there are just a few left worn out in most places all the way down to the horse-haired, volcanic ash plaster." A Malibu beach-front retreat built by art collector, designer and antiques dealer Richard Shapiro has "the look, age and aura of a very old, windswept structure from the Mediterranean or the Aegean." All walls in the house are sheathed in frescoed plaster and partially covered by the Renaissance-style frescoes created by fresco artist iLia Anossov, founder of Fresco School in Los Angeles. iLia, one of very few artists in the world who can be considered masters of the art of fresco painting, has shared some of the inspiration and techniques he used while working on this project.
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