Watercolor Portraits: Past & Present
Enjoy Mary Whyte demonstrating why watercolor is excellent for fresh portraits in a compelling head study painted from life. Additionally, join her as she explores the history of portraiture in watercolor in a special presentation and discusses how works on paper have come to be greatly valued today.
MICHAEL SHANE NEAL
ACCURACY OF AN IMPRESSION
Dynamic speaker and painter, Michael Shane Neal combines a visual presentation and discussion with a live demonstration to express the immense importance of strengthening likeness through capturing the character, feeling and personality of your subjects. His engaging demonstration and discussion encourage viewers to celebrate the potential in every sitter and take their work to next level.
DANIEL E. GREENE, NA
PAINTING FROM LIFE: A PORTRAIT IN OIL
In a live demonstration, Daniel Greene shares his approach to painting a portrait and his remarkable ability to achieve a striking likeness. Greene additionally discusses his full palette for the benefit of viewers. The lovely Dianne Bernhard, an artist herself and notable arts philanthropist, is a compelling model profiled in shimmering champagne tones against a deep backdrop.