“My portrait paintings are my real love – connecting with the essence of a person through their expression, their pose, their placement in the composition,” Pam Wenger. “I work with a transparent palette and paint exclusively on hot-pressed paper. One of the things that drew me to watercolor was the spontaneous look that an artist can achieve if a subject is not overworked.”
The number one reason students get frustrated when painting portraits is that they’re choosing the wrong subjects. In his video workshop, Stan Miller shares a simple process for choosing a portrait subject and style of painting that matches your skill level perfectly.