2010 Portrait Society Face-Off

by Matthew Innis |
On the opening night, 15 artists painted simultaneously, three each to a model.  These were the pieces after approximately 2 1/2 hours. The paintings go to auction, and the artist with the most popular piece gave a painting demonstration on Saturday morning.

 

DAWN WHITELAW

PEGGY BAUMGAERTNER

VASUDEO KAMATH

GORDON WETMORE

IMAGE REMOVED AT THE REQUEST OF THE ARTIST

WENDE CAPORALE

THOMAS NASH

CHRIS SAPER

JUDITH CARDUCCI

ROB LIBERACE

ANTHONY RYDER

CLAYTON J. BECK III

JAMIE McMAHAN

BART LINDSTROM

ROSE FRANTZEN

5 comments

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    fascinating to see everyone re-interpret a face from their angle, emotional state or ethnic extraction.

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    Interesting that a lot of these talented painters struggle with an alla prima approach.

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    Thanks for posting these – it’s fun to see them all together. (that’s me painted by Clayton, Tony and Rob)

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    Can’t tell you how much I appreciate you sharing these! Maybe someday I don’t have to experience via Internet and I enjoy your blog thanks so much!

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    Thanks for posting – I was in attendance as well and was planning to post these, but you have done such an excellent job I think I will just direct people here!

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