From January 25th – February 16th, Ann Long Fine Art in Charleston presents the recent work of Kamille Corry in a long awaited exhibition titled The Nude: The Most Enduring Subject in Art History. The work of other artists including Jeffrey Mims, with whom Corry studied, will also be represented in this exhibition.
In January 2008, Mims Studios introduces a tuition scholarship to be awarded each year for the study of classical drawing and painting.
After Michelangelo and Raphael, the Art of Renaissance Rome was perhaps best defined by the work of two brothers Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro. Not only were they among the most highly sought after artists of their generation, they were also a major influence behind the creation of the first art academies in Europe. Through early struggles of their own, the Zuccaro brothers developed a particular interest in the training and wellbeing of other young artists who had come to Rome to study art.
It is in this spirit that Mims Studios has established the Zuccaro Scholarship – a tuition scholarship of $8,000 to assist in the education of aspiring artists who are in need of financial assistance and intent on learning through our program.
For scholarship application and more information visit
The Zuccaro Scholarship webpage