A Workshop with Jeremy Lipking, pt. 5

by Matthew Innis |

On the third and final day of the workshop with Jeremy Lipking, it was time to try something different.  After two days of painting inside the California Art Institute studio, Jeremy invited us to join him as he painted the model en plein air.  It is the subject matter for which he is probably most renowned, and the part of the workshop I think many of the attendees were looking forward to with the greatest anticipation.

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