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  • Charcoal portrait of an old chinese man

    This is a portrait I have just finished of an old Chinese man, done in charcoal.
    Posted to Portraiture by jordancorey on 16 May 2015
  • New member

    Hi my name is anne I'm from England I would love to learn and get advice on portraiture and other subjects I'm not frightened of criticism in fact I think it's how we learn please contact with any advice thanks annegab@live.co.uk
    Posted to Welcome! by annegab1234 on 27 Dec 2014
  • Hey....Check me out....yes you.....HEY.....

    Hi there. I'm Pat. It is nice to meet you. I am a single dad of three little mini-artists. They kick around my studio and issue critiques from their easels like small little crotchety college professors. They are my world. There is no Barney the Purple Dinosaur on my TV...I have no cable. I have...
    Posted to Welcome! by Harden1313 on 22 Jan 2014
  • I am a new member

    i am a new member. I have been painting since 40 years in between some long breaks. Still I am continuing with more intensity.
    Posted to Welcome! by dayakarm on 31 Dec 2013
  • Hello from Sydney Australia

    Hi, introducing myself as I joined here today. I am hoping to find some great painting friends on here as I start to head towards my artistic career in a more focused way. I have been painting for about 20 years and did a painting degree about 9 years ago but its only now that I am in a position to focus...
    Posted to Welcome! by AmandaHunt on 10 Oct 2013
  • Portrait Painting

    The Misses Vickers by John Singer Sargent, oil on canvas, 54.25 x 72.01. Portraiture is the genre of painting in which the likeness of a sitter or model is depicted by the artist. Historically, portrait paintings were often commissioned by the well-to-do or powerful, but artists will also create portrait...
    Posted to Topics by JSimonds on 16 Mar 2012
    Filed under: Portrait, portrait painting, portraiture, oil portraits, how to paint a portrait, portrait artists, portrait art
  • "Revealed"

    Three self portraits using graphite and gouache. This is the right panel of a triptic meant to be exhibited together. The other two images are the following two post. I am sorry I was not able to upload the images in the order they were ment to be viewed. This drawing is suppose to go last. These were...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Neal McDannel on 16 Mar 2012
    Filed under: drawing, graphite, figurative, portraiture, narrative
  • "Facade"

    Posted to Member Gallery by Neal McDannel on 16 Mar 2012
    Filed under: drawing, graphite, figurative, portraiture, narrative
  • #7 - Untitled, life study

    This drawing won Best of Show at the 7th National Drawing and Print Competitive Exhibition. College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Baltimore, MD. It was a life study example in a drawing class I taught at RIT in Rochester, NY. I was trying to demonstrate to the students the usefulness of the background in...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Neal McDannel on 28 Jan 2012
    Filed under: drawing, graphite, figurative, self portrait, female, male, portraiture
  • #9 - Domestic Situation I, Pastel

    My wife and I posed for a narrative piece on domestic violence. This image is approximately 3 1/2 feet by 28 inches. Thank you for looking. You can see more at: nealmcdannel.weebly.com
    Posted to Member Gallery by Neal McDannel on 20 Jan 2012
    Filed under: figurative, realism, pastel, portraiture, violence, narrative, domestic
  • "Day After Day"

    Friend Frank Smith. Drybrush watercolor and Gouache
    Posted to Member Gallery by Bentw3 on 29 Jan 2009
    Filed under: figurative, painting, trees, Male portrait, outdoor, gouache, portraiture, watercolor portrait
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