Likeness & Sensitivity in Children's Portrait
We don't often realize it, but many artists reflect how they view themselves onto the portraits of children, not just other adults. This makes youth look years older than they really. In this lesson, Jeff teaches how to convey the true age of child subjects with correct shapes and proportions, principles that could vastly improve realism in the likeness in your work. Grab your instruments and weed out where your own weaknesses are, watching to see how Jeff solves many of the common beginner pitfalls. ( 2+ hours)
Meet your instructor
Jeff is known for his portraits, multi-figure narrative & scriptural paintings. His work is collected by some of the most high-profile public & private figures.
Faculty | Portrait Society of America Conference
Living Master | Art Renewal Center
Hein Atelier of Traditional Art | ARC accredited
1st Place | Springville Museum of Art Annual Salon
2nd Place | National Portrait Society Competition
2nd Place | Art Renewal Center Salon, Figurative
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