Mixed Media Painting with JuliAnne Jonker
Item 7-JuliAnne Jonker, Monday-February 28
Coming from a background in traditional painting, in recent years I have enjoyed some of the digital tools available to photographers allowing us to create mixed media paintings from our photographic images.
I believe it is paramount that photographers learn basic traditional art principles, and study fine art painters (both past and present) as part of their training for digital painting.
I will be touching on a few of the art principles that I think are most imperative to a successful painting in any media but especially for photographers. We will look at real examples of where these fundamentals are being used successfully.
I will also share my personal step by step thought process in using photoshop as well as painter to complete my mixed media paintings. This class would be appropriate for any art lover from beginner to advanced. See you there!
JuliAnne Jonker has been creating art since she was a child and began her career in photography at age 17 working as an artist for a local photo lab. JuliAnne continued in extensive training in both photography and fine art over the years and opened Jonker Portrait Gallery (a home based Art and Photography Studio) in 1996 in Apple Valley Minnesota.
Jonker Portrait Gallery is a low volume studio serving from 50 to 60 portrait clients per year. JuliAnne uses and combines oil paints, pastels, watercolor, charcoal, sculpture, and photography to create timeless works of art for her subjects.
JuliAnne Jonker has earned nearly every award and degree available from the Professional Photographers of America and their affiliates at the local, state, regional, and national level including earning her Master of Photography Degree in 2002 and Craftsman Photographer Degree in 2003. For a complete list of her awards and degrees and to see more of JuliAnne’s work, visit her website at www.jonkerportraitgallery.com
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