Programs: Tools and Methods I Love: Award Winning Artists Share Practical Helps

By Margaret Ann Garrett Recently, four of the Portrait Society of Atlanta’s own exhibition winners shared bits of their working processes. At the May meeting, Holly Henson, Kathy Morris, Eric Nyros, and Ernest Varner … Read More

Features: American Regionalism—A Shift in Perspective

By Amanda Mattison Imagine life in the Midwest during the Dust Bowl:  On those days when the wind stops blowing across the face of the southern plains, the land falls into a silence that … Read More

Portrait Demonstrations: I’d Rather Take The Leap Than Stand Still.

By An Aspen Chantal Lynn Barber feels like she is living a second life when she looks at how her painting style has changed from its tight beginnings. “I paint people because I truly love people,” … Read More

Features: Revolution Mill Where History and Portraiture Combine

By Mary Ellen Brantley When Portraiture and History marry, they beget a revolution, or just maybe a Renaissance. In the case of Revolution Mill and portrait artist Suellen McCrary, the offspring includes a rich blend … Read More

Features: Paul Newton Creating an Enduring Legacy

By Luana Luconi Winner Internationally recognized portrait artist Paul Newton of Sydney, Australia is a highly sought-after portrait painter. He is charming, insanely talented, and one of the most genuinely nice fellows one will … Read More

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