Workshop: Tony Ryder, Part I

by Matthew Innis |

In the winter of 2005, I enjoyed the good fortune of being a member of the inaugural class held at the Andreeva Portrait Academy, then located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. ┬áThe instructor for the workshop was Anthony J. Ryder, and although I cannot recall when I had first learned of his artwork, I had,…

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