Jeremy Sutton: An “Over the Shoulder” View of a Portrait Being Painted
Item 07-Jeremy Sutton, Wednesday March 14, 12:30PM CST
Jeremy shares his approach to painting a portrait from photo reference. This webinar includes an initial technical section on how to create your own brush category, customize the category icon and copy brushes into it using the new features introduced in Painter 12.1. Then sit back and enjoy the painting process unfold.
Please note that this webinar will include use of Jeremy’s Painter 12 custom workspace and brush category which are available to Premium Members of his online learning resource www.PaintboxTV.com.
Corel Painter Master, Cr. Photog.
Jeremy Sutton, artist, author, educator and Corel Painter Master, is an internationally recognized authority and pioneer in the field of digital painting (using digital paint since 1991). He has authored six books (including the Painter Creativity: Digital Artist’s Handbook series published by Focal Press), produced instructional videos and DVDs (the latest, Corel Painter 12 Video Workshop Volume 1 – Basics was just launched), founded the online training web site PaintboxTV.com, and exhibited his artwork internationally.
Born in London, Sutton’s background combines science and art. He has drawn since he was three and used traditional art media for over forty years. While studying drawing, sculpture and print-making at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at Oxford University 1979-82, and making black and white prints in the Pembroke College darkroom, he also earned a degree in Physics. He continued to study lithography and life drawing at the Vrije Academie in The Hague, The Netherlands. After a career in superconducting magnet sales and marketing that brought him to live in Silicon Valley in 1988, having his first one man show in the US in 1989, Sutton became a full time artist in 1994.
Sutton has been teaching professional photographers how to paint from their photographs using the software Painter since 1995. He has been a platform speaker at conferences around the world, including SIGGRAPH, Macworld, WPPI and Imaging USA. He received the Photographic Craftsman award from the Professional Photographers of America in 2009. He teaches workshops in his San Francisco studios and at schools and institutions nationally and internationally.
In 2010 Sutton was commissioned by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco to portray the impressionist painter Edgar Degas, creating live drawings and paintings of ballet dancers at the de Young and Legion of Honor Museums, and subsequently to portray Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso at the de Young Museum. In 2011 a large Heart sculpture painted by Sutton, commissioned by the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation and purchased by Visa, was installed on Union Square, the commercial heart of San Francisco, and Cirque du Soleil hired Jeremy to perform live digital painting in their Tapis Rouge VIP tent for the TOTEM show in San Francisco.
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