Portrait Society of America 2010- Day 3

by Matthew Innis |

On the third day of the conference, Saturday, attendees were first treated to a demonstration by the People’s Choice Winner from Thursday night’s Face-Off. That winner, as mentioned in an earlier post, was Rose Frantzen, who conscripted fellow-artist Tony Pro to be her model. After Rose’s demo, Everett Raymond Kinstler discussed the building of his…

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