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With the World's Best Realism Artists

With the World's Best Realism Artists

Save Years of 
Struggle & Frustration...

Save Years of Struggle and Frustration...

By Discovering Techniques, Insider Secrets, and In-depth Demonstrations from more than twenty of the Top Realist Artists During the World's Largest Online Realism Art Event!

November 10-12, 2022

with Beginner's Day on November 9

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When you attend Realism Live

You have the RARE opportunity to...

 Learn from more than 20 of the World's Top & Most Accomplished Realism Painters. Including living legends such as Clyde Aspevig, Daniel Graves, Juliette Aristides, Michael Mentler, and many more!

 Streamline your realist painting skills through in-depth painting demos. Learn in 3 days what normal students take over a decade and tens of thousands of dollars to study. 

 Paint along with your favorite Realism Masters and connect with other artists from all over the world, right from the comfort of your own home... No travel, airfare, meals, or hotel needed!

 Receive premium Instruction in Figure, Portrait, Landscape, Still Life, Flowers, and more!

 Witness how your favorite Realism artists start, work through, and finish paintings and drawings.

 Discover the go-to materials and equipment that the World's Greatest Realism Artists are using today –– Material list included! 

And Much, MUCH More!

Three Full Days Of Non-Stop Artistic Mastery.

It’s All Happening Online

November 10-12, 2022!

Click or Tap the Button Above to Get Your Ticket!

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM:

Dear Artists,

Imagine what it would be like to double your painting ability in the next few months… and have rare access to some of the worlds most accomplished artists and learn the techniques they have spent a lifetime figuring out, while spending the same (or even less) that you would spend on a workshop or a couple of videos.
  • Your confidence would skyrocket… 
  • ​You’d be able to paint things you never believed you could paint… 
  • ​You’d feel secure with your drawing skill… 
  • ​You wouldn’t have to spend your lifetime worrying about how to get to the next level… 
You’d finally be able to ‘switch off’ the anxiety of not being as good as you should be, and actually enjoy the fruits of your hard work.
So ask yourself… are you sick and tired of struggling in the studio trying to figure out how to take your artwork to the next level?

Do you wish you could be better at all forms of artwork you may encounter like painting people, faces, hands, eyes, landscapes, flowers, and objects? 

Wouldn’t it be nice to see how artists around the world approach painting and drawing so you can adopt the style and technique that best fits your personality?

Are you fed-up with the struggle of finding your own style? 

Then stop the stress and frustration of trying to figure these things out on your own and discover proven techniques often handed down from generation to generation.

This isn’t just an art class, or even art school. It's a rare gathering of world renowned artists who we were able to gather only because of the pandemic. 

You’ll be able to shift your gears into full throttle and approach painting and drawing with confidence that you’re not only doing it right, you’re doing it well.

Many of them have seen their ability more than double by investing just a few days of their time. Sounds hard to believe but it’s true.
Here’s how it works:
First, when you sign up we’ll send you a special link to the event. On the day we start you simply click on that link. You can watch it on your phone, tablet, computer or even your TV*. 

We’ll start out by building some energy in the morning. You can watch or participate if you have a camera on your device. Then we’ll jump right into lessons. You can paint along, draw, or take notes. 
You can take breaks as you need them because you can watch your replay later. (Every registration comes with replays).

A couple times each day, we’ll hold breakout sessions where you can meet other artists. You’ll have a chance to get to know people all over the world. You can talk about what you’ve learned, about your artwork, or just make friends. It's one of the best parts.
Then back to more lessons!
At the end of each day we’ll have a virtual online cocktail hour, where we will carry on a conversation with the entire group worldwide. And, if you want, you can paint along. We’ll provide a live model, or a scene, or a project to paint each day. (No model nudity)
 
Please note this goes on for three days from 12pm to 9pm (Eastern time).

We suggest you block out the time as if you were out of town. 

Oh — and if you’re a beginner (or still working at perfecting some fundamental techniques), you can join our beginner day where we will teach the basic principles at a beginner level in portrait, figure, still life, landscape and flowers. (Even the non beginners will love seeing the instructors).

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM:

Dear Artists,

Imagine what it would be like to double your painting ability in the next few months… and have rare access to some of the worlds most accomplished artists and learn the techniques they have spent a lifetime figuring out, while spending the same (or even less) that you would spend on a workshop or a couple of videos.
  • Your confidence would skyrocket… 
  • ​You’d be able to paint things you never believed you could paint… 
  • ​You’d feel secure with your drawing skill… 
  • ​You wouldn’t have to spend your lifetime worrying about how to get to the next level… 
You’d finally be able to ‘switch off’ the anxiety of not being as good as you should be, and actually enjoy the fruits of your hard work!
So ask yourself… are you sick and tired of struggling in the studio trying to figure out how to take your artwork to the next level?

Do you wish you could be better at all forms of artwork you may encounter like painting people, faces, hands, eyes, landscapes, flowers, and objects? 

Wouldn’t it be nice to see how artists around the world approach painting and drawing so you can adopt the style and technique that best fits your personality?

Are you fed-up with the struggle of finding your own style? 

Then stop the stress and frustration of trying to figure these things out on your own and discover proven techniques often handed down from generation to generation.

This isn’t just an art class, or even art school. It's a rare gathering of world renowned artists who we were able to gather only because of the pandemic. 

You’ll be able to shift your gears into full throttle and approach painting and drawing with confidence that you’re not only doing it right, you’re doing it well.

Many of them have seen their ability more than double by investing just a few days of their time. Sounds hard to believe but it’s true.
Here’s how it works:
First, when you sign up we’ll send you a special link to the event. On the day we start you simply click on that link. You can watch it on your phone, tablet, computer or even your TV*. 

We’ll start out by building some energy in the morning. You can watch or participate if you have a camera on your device. Then we’ll jump right into lessons. You can paint along, draw, or take notes. 

You can take breaks as you need them because you can watch your replay later. (Every registration comes with replays).

A couple times each day, we’ll hold breakout sessions where you can meet other artists. You’ll have a chance to get to know people all over the world. You can talk about what you’ve learned, about your artwork, or just make friends. It's one of the best parts.
Then back to more lessons!
At the end of each day we’ll have a virtual online cocktail hour, where we will carry on a conversation with the entire group worldwide. And, if you want, you can paint along. We’ll provide a live model, or a scene, or a project to paint each day. (No model nudity)
 
Please note this goes on for three days from 12pm to 9pm (Eastern time).

We suggest you block out the time as if you were out of town. 

Oh — and if you’re a beginner (or still working at perfecting some fundamental techniques), you can join our beginner day where we will teach the basic principles at a beginner level in portrait, figure, still life, landscape and flowers. (Even the non beginners will love seeing the instructors).

The reality is... 
Art is a process.

The reality is... Art is a Process.

(But it's a lot of fun even in the struggle.)

You’ll find yourself recalling lessons from REALISM LIVE long after attending!

The more you watch the replays and read the notes, the more you’ll recall... and you’ll see a dramatic increase in your painting abilities!

Click or Tap the Button Above to Get Your Ticket!

Beginner's Day – The Refresher You Need

Wednesday, November 9th

The Virtual Event Begins at 10am ET!

(Agenda Subject to Change.)

Carol Peebles

Sarah Sedwick

Todd M. Casey

To Be Announced...

More Instructors Announced Soon!

Carol Peebles

Classical Realism & Drawing from Life

Carol Peebles

Classical Realism & Drawing from Life
New Orleans Native, Carol Peebles, is one of the most prolific, successful and sought after teachers and portrait artists working today. Her drawing classes and portrait commissions are in such great demand that both students and clients are eager to be placed on her waiting lists. There are many reasons for her success, but it's her dual passions for life drawing and motivating people to find the best in themselves through art that draw so many into her circle of influence.

As a professional artist, Carol's exquisitely sensitive portraits reflect the technical and emotional skills she has honed in the 30 years she has devoted to her art. Her early years of formal training were enhanced by traveling and working throughout Europe. 
As a teacher, Carol 
has a deep-seated belief: 
"You can draw. Success is directly related to your faith and discipline, not talent. You will never rise higher than how you see yourself and your work."
She is committed to teaching and truly believes a closer appreciation of one's own creativity brings happiness. She inspires students to dream big and to improve so rapidly and dramatically that many become successful and productive artists under her tutelage.
New Orleans Native, Carol Peebles, is one of the most prolific, successful and sought after teachers and portrait artists working today. Her drawing classes and portrait commissions are in such great demand that both students and clients are eager to be placed on her waiting lists. There are many reasons for her success, but it's her dual passions for life drawing and motivating people to find the best in themselves through art that draw so many into her circle of influence.

As a professional artist, Carol's exquisitely sensitive portraits reflect the technical and emotional skills she has honed in the 30 years she has devoted to her art. Her early years of formal training were enhanced by traveling and working throughout Europe. 
As a teacher, Carol has a deep-seated belief: 
"You can draw. Success is directly related to your faith and discipline, not talent. You will never rise higher than how you see yourself and your work."
She is committed to teaching and truly believes a closer appreciation of one's own creativity brings happiness. She inspires students to dream big and to improve so rapidly and dramatically that many become successful and productive artists under her tutelage.

Sarah Sedwick

Still Life & Portraiture Painting from Direct Observation
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Sarah makes her home in Eugene, Oregon. In 2001, she earned a BFA from The Maryland Institute, College of Art. A passionate teacher, she conducts workshops on still life painting in oils, as well as an Online Art Mentorship program, working intensively with students all over the world.
Sarah's teaching 
philosophy is simple:
“The more you paint, the more you'll improve - so let go of perfectionism and watch the results unfold!”
Sarah is the author of the book Dynamic Still Life for Artists, coming in November 2022, and available now for preorder online through Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Sarah will teach you to paint loosely and with more realism! She thrives in teaching students the building blocks of realistic, representational painting: value, color, and brushwork. 

Whether you’re a beginner or an artist looking to build your skills, her aim is to help you reach your goals.

Sarah Sedwick

Still Life & Portraiture Painting from Direct Observation
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Sarah makes her home in Eugene, Oregon. In 2001, she earned a BFA from The Maryland Institute, College of Art.
A passionate teacher, she conducts workshops on still life painting in oils, as well as an Online Art Mentorship program, working intensively with students all over the world.
Sarah's teaching philosophy is simple:
“The more you paint, the more you'll improve - so let go of perfectionism and watch the results unfold!”
Sarah is the author of the book Dynamic Still Life for Artists, coming in November 2022, and available now for preorder online through Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Sarah will teach you to paint loosely and with more realism! She thrives in teaching students the building blocks of realistic, representational painting: value, color, and brushwork. 

Whether you’re a beginner or an artist looking to build your skills, her aim is to help you reach your goals.

Todd M. Casey

Classical Style with a Progressive Approach
Casey’s work touches on more than simplistic realism. There is a haunting, nearly literary quality to each frame— a feeling that subjects are viewed from behind mottled glass, burnished by enigmatic candlelight, or brushed by the soft, hazy edges of a half-remembered dream. 
His work is classically styled but progressive in approach. 
“Every painting has a tale to tell, brewed from a deep well of introspective thought.”
His paintings have been honored with awards several times in recent years. Most recently, he won first four times at the Portrait Society of America’s Members Only Competition and placed first in oil painting from the Allied Artists of America in 2015. 

In resulting years, Todd has made the transition from painter to author and teacher. He published his first art book The Art of Still Life in 2020 with Monacelli Press. His second book The Oil Painters’ Color Handbook comes out in August of 2022. 

Todd M. Casey

Classical Style with a Progressive Approach
Casey’s work touches on more than simplistic realism. There is a haunting, nearly literary quality to each frame— a feeling that subjects are viewed from behind mottled glass, burnished by enigmatic candlelight, or brushed by the soft, hazy edges of a half-remembered dream. 
His work is classically styled but progressive in approach. 
“Every painting has a tale to tell, brewed from a deep well of introspective thought.”
His paintings have been honored with awards several times in recent years. Most recently, he won first four times at the Portrait Society of America’s Members Only Competition and placed first in oil painting from the Allied Artists of America in 2015. 

In resulting years, Todd has made the transition from painter to author and teacher. He published his first art book The Art of Still Life in 2020 with Monacelli Press. His second book The Oil Painters’ Color Handbook comes out in August of 2022. 

Imagine the incredible paintings you will paint during this 3-day event!

The skill level of our attendee's dramatically increases over these few jam-packed days!

Each ticket tiers includes several replay options so you can watch the demos again and again!

Click or Tap the Button Above to Get Your Ticket!

DAY 1 – Your New Artistic Journey Starts Here

Thursday, November 10th

The Virtual Event Begins at 10am ET!

(Agenda Subject to Change.)

Michelle Dunaway

Clyde Aspevig

Daniel Graves

 Alex Kelly

Glenn Vilppu

Julliette Aristides

Michelle Dunaway

Advanced Techniques in Oils
Michelle Dunaway is an American artist whose paintings are revered for their bold brushwork yet sensitive portrayal of emotions that capture the human experience. Dunaway exhibited a strong penchant for drawing the human form from a young age and that fascination has continued throughout her life and career. 

Her artwork has been featured in international exhibitions and publications including Fine Art Connoisseur, Art of the West, International Artist, American Art Collector, Southwest Art, and American Artist. 

Dunaway receives several invitations to give painting demos, lecture, and teach internationally each year. These events attract artists who travel from around the world to study with her and we're so excited to feature her during Realism Live 2022.
Michelle believes strongly in "passing on the torch":
“It is extremely important to me that the legacy of strong painting continues for future generations. I feel a strong calling to help others reach their full potential.”
For Michelle, creating great art is about putting light into the world.
It's not only about capturing the light that falls on a subject and translating that luminosity into a painting... it's also about shining light whenever possible through teaching and passing on wisdom.

Michelle Dunaway

Advanced Techniques in Oils
Michelle Dunaway is an American artist whose paintings are revered for their bold brushwork yet sensitive portrayal of emotions that capture the human experience. Dunaway exhibited a strong penchant for drawing the human form from a young age and that fascination has continued throughout her life and career. 

Her artwork has been featured in international exhibitions and publications including Fine Art Connoisseur, Art of the West, International Artist, American Art Collector, Southwest Art, and American Artist. 

Dunaway receives several invitations to give painting demos, lecture, and teach internationally each year. These events attract artists who travel from around the world to study with her and we're so excited to feature her during Realism Live 2022.
Michelle believes strongly in "passing on the torch":
“It is extremely important to me that the legacy of strong painting continues for future generations. I feel a strong calling to help others reach their full potential.”
For Michelle, creating great art is about putting light into the world.
It's not only about capturing the light that falls on a subject and translating that luminosity into a painting... it's also about shining light whenever possible through teaching and passing on wisdom.

Clyde Aspevig

Painting Landscapes of the Great American Prairie
Living Legend, Clyde Aspevig, is one of the North America's top landscape artists. His paintings of the West capture the beauty, rhythm and harmony of places that he has seen disappearing during his own lifetime. 
Clyde's beautiful landscape paintings are not theatrical 
sets intended to reinforce regional mythology. Rather...
His paintings possess qualities meant to last for generations.
In 2021 Clyde’s paintings of the American Prairie Reserve were permanently installed in the new American Prairie Reserve’s National Discovery Center in Lewistown, Montana.

We are incredibly honored to feature Clyde at this year's Realism Live.

Clyde Aspevig

Painting Landscapes of the Great American West
Living Legend, Clyde Aspevig, is one of the North America's top landscape artists. His paintings of the West capture the beauty, rhythm and harmony of places that he has seen disappearing during his own lifetime. 
Clyde's beautiful landscape paintings are not theatrical 
sets intended to reinforce regional mythology. Rather...
His paintings possess qualities meant to last for generations.
In 2021 Clyde’s paintings of the American Prairie Reserve were permanently installed in the new American Prairie Reserve’s National Discovery Center in Lewistown, Montana.

We are incredibly honored to feature Clyde at this year's Realism Live.

Daniel Graves

Secrets of Still Life Painting
Throughout his illustrious career Daniel has studied and worked with some of the greatest fine art painters in North America and Italy.  
With such a rich 
background of training...
“Graves has created a style of oil painting that blends the Florentine tradition of Simi and the realist painter, Piero Annigoni, with the draftsmanship of the French artist, Charles Bargue.”
In April 2008, Daniel Graves and The Florence Academy of Art received the Excellence in Art Education Award from the Portrait Society of America. A juror of both Arts and Artists Foundation’s Figurativas Painting & Sculpture Competition and Art Renewal Center’s International ARC Salon, Graves was one of the first to receive ARC’s Living Master™ designation. 

An oil painter and etcher, Graves works can be found in both public and private collections in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Currently, he lives in Florence, Italy and serves as the Academic Director of The Florence Academy of Art. 

Daniel Graves

Secrets of Still Life Painting
Throughout his illustrious career Daniel has studied and worked with some of the greatest fine art painters in North America and Italy.  
With such a rich background of training...
“Graves has created a style of oil painting that blends the Florentine tradition of Simi and the realist painter, Piero Annigoni, with the draftsmanship of the French artist, Charles Bargue.”
In April 2008, Daniel Graves and The Florence Academy of Art received the Excellence in Art Education Award from the Portrait Society of America. A juror of both Arts and Artists Foundation’s Figurativas Painting & Sculpture Competition and Art Renewal Center’s International ARC Salon, Graves was one of the first to receive ARC’s Living Master™ designation. 

An oil painter and etcher, Graves works can be found in both public and private collections in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Currently, he lives in Florence, Italy and serves as the Academic Director of The Florence Academy of Art. 

Alex Kelly

Oil Painting From Life
Alex Kelly's work in oil is in the alla prima manner and usually directly from life study. 
Kelly chooses this has is primary way of working because:
“The direct experience of vision is far more subtle and nuanced than what can be gleaned from even the best photo reference.”
He is inspired by all kinds of subjects and feels that creating work starts with developing a sensitivity to the beauty present. 

By ‘beauty’ Kelly means whatever moves, inspires, intrigues or is simply interesting that we want to study more deeply. 

Alex Kelly

Oil Painting From Life
Alex Kelly's work in oil is in the alla prima manner and usually directly from life study. 
Kelly chooses this has is primary way of working because:
“The direct experience of vision is far more subtle and nuanced than what can be gleaned from even the best photo reference.”
He is inspired by all kinds of subjects and feels that creating work starts with developing a sensitivity to the beauty present. 

By ‘beauty’ Kelly means whatever moves, inspires, intrigues or is simply interesting that we want to study more deeply. 

Glenn Vilppu

Drawing the Human Figure
Through his education in fine arts and his impressive career in the American animation industry, Glenn Vilppu has developed a deep understanding of drawing the human figure; uniting the constructive approach of the classical art with the lightness in movement of animation.

For more than 60 years, he has been teaching; focusing on explaining the logic and practical application of drawing.
Rather than teaching a style, he teaches tools of communication and guides his students with the motto: 
“There are no rules, just tools."
At the age of 40, Vilppu brought his approach to traditional figure drawing and composition to bear in the Animation industry where he worked for over 20 years on both feature and shorts for all of the major studios, as well as teaching at all of the major studios and many of the game and special effects studios.

Glenn Vilppu

Drawing the Human Figure
Through his education in fine arts and his impressive career in the American animation industry, Glenn Vilppu has developed a deep understanding of drawing the human figure; uniting the constructive approach of the classical art with the lightness in movement of animation.

For more than 60 years, he has been teaching; focusing on explaining the logic and practical application of drawing.
Rather than teaching a style, he teaches tools of communication and guides his students with the motto: 
“There are no rules, just tools."
At the age of 40, Vilppu brought his approach to traditional figure drawing and composition to bear in the Animation industry where he worked for over 20 years on both feature and shorts for all of the major studios, as well as teaching at all of the major studios and many of the game and special effects studios.

Juliette Aristides

Conveying the Human 
Spirit Through Art
Juliette Aristides is a renowned artist who seeks to understand and convey the human spirit through art. She has exhibited nationally in solo museum and gallery exhibitions and group shows and authored six best-selling books including Beginning Drawing Atelier and Lessons in Classical Painting. 

Aristides founded the Atelier programs at Gage Academy of Art and has impacted countless artists through her instruction.
Her previous students continually sing Juliette's praises:
“The workshop was transformative. I was given the tools to take my skills to a whole other level. I came to class stuck in a rut and discouraged with my progress and ended full of confidence and passion for making art. I highly encourage anyone who is ready to elevate their skill level to work with Juliette.”
The artwork and writing of Juliette Aristides has been featured in prominent national magazines and she is the recipient of an Elizabeth Greenshields grant and is an Art Renewal Center “Living Master.”

Juliette Aristides

Conveying the Human Spirit Through Art
Juliette Aristides is a renowned artist who seeks to understand and convey the human spirit through art. She has exhibited nationally in solo museum and gallery exhibitions and group shows and authored six best-selling books including Beginning Drawing Atelier and Lessons in Classical Painting. 

Aristides founded the Atelier programs at Gage Academy of Art and has impacted countless artists through her instruction.
Her previous students continually sing Juliette's praises:
“The workshop was transformative. I was given the tools to take my skills to a whole other level. I came to class stuck in a rut and discouraged with my progress and ended full of confidence and passion for making art. I highly encourage anyone who is ready to elevate their skill level to work with Juliette.”
The artwork and writing of Juliette Aristides has been featured in prominent national magazines and she is the recipient of an Elizabeth Greenshields grant and is an Art Renewal Center “Living Master.”

PAINT ALONG & COCKTAIL HOURS!

Join Eric Rhoads, Faculty Members, & the other attendees each night for an intimate virtual paint along & cocktail hour... right over Zoom!

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DAY 2 – Diving Deeper into Realism Mastery

Friday, November 11th

The Virtual Event Begins at 10am ET!

(Agenda Subject to Change.)

Terry Strickland

Leona Shanks

Alexander Shanks

Dustin Van Wechel

Ned Mueller

Michael Mentler

Tracy Strickland

The Latest in Figure Painting 
Terry Strickland paints realistic, conceptually provocative figurative oil paintings. They have a modern sensibility and vibrant color with an old master’s attention to detail. The results are beautiful, compelling paintings with universal themes that people relate to.

Much of Terry's work investigates the idea that a choice of costume can reveal or conceal truths about our shared humanity.
One constant in Terry’s work 
is human connection. 
Her favorite way to paint a model is boldly and unabashedly making eye contact, creating an instant relationship between artist, viewer, and model.
Strickland's work has been widely collected, published, and exhibited in galleries and museums extensively throughout the United States. Her work is in the Bennett Collection. Her paintings have appeared in many prestigious magazines, such as Fine Art Connoisseur, The Huffington Post, International Artist, American Art Collector, and Artist Magazine.

Terry Strickland

The Latest in Figure Painting 
Terry Strickland paints realistic, conceptually provocative figurative oil paintings. They have a modern sensibility and vibrant color with an old master’s attention to detail. The results are beautiful, compelling paintings with universal themes that people relate to.

Much of Terry's work investigates the idea that a choice of costume can reveal or conceal truths about our shared humanity.
One constant in Terry’s work is human connection. 
Her favorite way to paint a model is boldly and unabashedly making eye contact, creating an instant relationship between artist, viewer, and model.
Strickland's work has been widely collected, published, and exhibited in galleries and museums extensively throughout the United States. Her work is in the Bennett Collection. Her paintings have appeared in many prestigious magazines, such as Fine Art Connoisseur, The Huffington Post, International Artist, American Art Collector, and Artist Magazine.

Leona Shanks

Painting Relevant 
Figurative Art
As an artist, Leona Shanks has much to say. Art is a forum for her to express ideas that are in her consciousness. Images will not leave her mind until she explores them on canvas. Her platform for communication is with paintbrush and canvas.
She strives to paint work relevant to contemporary issues. 
“I aspire to make a contribution so that when I leave this earth, maybe I have done something meaningful. A fire rages inside of me to create art that has soul and significance.”
As a student, Leona explored various art curricula, including a sculpture program with Evangelos Frudakis, and a four-year apprenticeship with artist Nelson Shanks from 1985 to 1989. Shanks' studio apprentices would help manage his professional studio and assistant-teach with him at The Art Students League of New York. In 1989 Leona and Nelson married, subsequently traveling the world as Nelson painted commissions of European royalty and international icons. In 2002, Leona and Nelson founded Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realism, in Philadelphia. Leona continues to be part of the school’s leadership today.

Leona Shanks

Painting Relevant Figurative Art
As an artist, Leona Shanks has much to say. Art is a forum for her to express ideas that are in her consciousness. Images will not leave her mind until she explores them on canvas. Her platform for communication is with paintbrush and canvas.
She strives to paint work relevant to contemporary issues. 
“I aspire to make a contribution so that when I leave this earth, maybe I have done something meaningful. A fire rages inside of me to create art that has soul and significance.”
As a student, Leona explored various art curricula, including a sculpture program with Evangelos Frudakis, and a four-year apprenticeship with artist Nelson Shanks from 1985 to 1989. Shanks' studio apprentices would help manage his professional studio and assistant-teach with him at The Art Students League of New York. In 1989 Leona and Nelson married, subsequently traveling the world as Nelson painted commissions of European royalty and international icons. In 2002, Leona and Nelson founded Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realism, in Philadelphia. Leona continues to be part of the school’s leadership today.

Alexander Shanks

Still Life & Figure Painting 
Alexander Shanks was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1996. He began his artistic training at an early age through the classical methods taught by his parents, Nelson and Leona Shanks. 

He drew extensively in his father’s studio, while his father painted portrait commissions and other major paintings. Alexander studied at Studio Incamminati in Philadelphia, completing four years of training. 
Heavily influenced by classical and contemporary art:
Alexander paints commissions, still life and figure paintings through observational creative exploration.
Alexander creates pieces that correspond to his own life experiences. He is currently a teacher of realist art and an accomplished freelance painter.

Alexander Shanks

Still Life & Figure Painting 
Alexander Shanks was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1996. He began his artistic training at an early age through the classical methods taught by his parents, Nelson and Leona Shanks. 

He drew extensively in his father’s studio, while his father painted portrait commissions and other major paintings. Alexander studied at Studio Incamminati in Philadelphia, completing four years of training. 
Heavily influenced by classical and contemporary art:
Alexander paints commissions, still life and figure paintings through observational creative exploration.
Alexander creates pieces that correspond to his own life experiences. He is currently a teacher of realist art and an accomplished freelance painter.

Dustin Van Wechel

Secrets of Painting Wildlife
In February of 2002, Dustin Van Wechel left a successful 8-year career in the advertising industry to pursue his life-long passion, fine art, full-time. Since then, Dustin has earned numerous distinctions including the 2018 ‘People’s Choice Award’ and the ‘2015 Premier Platinum Award' at the Buffalo Bill Show. 
Dustin has recently been dubbed one of 2022's
"Master of the American West"
He has twice been the recipient of the ‘Bob Kuhn Wildlife Award’ at the Masters of the American West Show in 2022 and 2015. At the 2006 Arts for the Parks competition, he was awarded both the ‘Wildlife’ and ‘Teton Lodge Company’ awards. He has also been featured in several leading art publications such as Art of the West, Western Art Collector Magazine, Southwest Art, Fine Art Connoisseur, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, and Drawing Magazine.

His work has been exhibited all throughout the U.S., in one-man shows, major art exhibitions and museums including the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Autry Museum of the American West, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, the Booth Museum and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

Dustin Van Wechel

Secrets of Painting Wildlife
In February of 2002, Dustin Van Wechel left a successful 8-year career in the advertising industry to pursue his life-long passion, fine art, full-time. Since then, Dustin has earned numerous distinctions including the 2018 ‘People’s Choice Award’ and the ‘2015 Premier Platinum Award' at the Buffalo Bill Show. 
Dustin has recently been dubbed one of 2022's
"Master of the American West"
He has twice been the recipient of the ‘Bob Kuhn Wildlife Award’ at the Masters of the American West Show in 2022 and 2015. At the 2006 Arts for the Parks competition, he was awarded both the ‘Wildlife’ and ‘Teton Lodge Company’ awards. He has also been featured in several leading art publications such as Art of the West, Western Art Collector Magazine, Southwest Art, Fine Art Connoisseur, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, and Drawing Magazine.

His work has been exhibited all throughout the U.S., in one-man shows, major art exhibitions and museums including the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Autry Museum of the American West, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, the Booth Museum and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

Ned Mueller

Expressive Portrait Demo
Ned is a very accomplished and highly respected artist, having been drawing and painting for over 65 years. He has been designated as a “Master Artist” with both the Oil Painters of America and the American Impressionist Society. 
Ned loves to teach and share his many years of knowledge and experience by teaching nationally and internattionally.
“His work makes the faces of the portraits he draws come nearly to life. Gorgeous work and excellent credentials.”
Ned has had three exhibitions at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle and has shown in some of the Finest Galleries in the country, has won numerous awards and is included in many private fine art collections. Ned has also worked as a concept Artist for Walt Disney Imagineering where he taught workshops for the Disney Artists. 

Ned Mueller

Expressive Portrait Demo
Ned is a very accomplished and highly respected artist, having been drawing and painting for over 65 years. He has been designated as a “Master Artist” with both the Oil Painters of America and the American Impressionist Society. 
Ned loves to teach and share his many years of knowledge and experience by teaching nationally and internattionally.
“His work makes the faces of the portraits he draws come nearly to life. Gorgeous work and excellent credentials.”
Ned has had three exhibitions at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle and has shown in some of the Finest Galleries in the country, has won numerous awards and is included in many private fine art collections. Ned has also worked as a concept Artist for Walt Disney Imagineering where he taught workshops for the Disney Artists. 

Michael Mentler

Drawing Like 
Leonardo DaVinci 
Michael had his first solo exhibition of works at age 14. He would later study at the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee and Washington University in Saint Louis, where he taught figure drawing and Classical Design. 

Michael's work has been featured in Saint Louis magazine, Communication Arts, Art Direction, Graphis, The One Show, Cilo's, and the New York Art Directors Club Annuals.
American Artist Drawing Magazine recently 
published a feature article on Mentler aptly titled:
"Learn From The Sketchbooks of a Modern Day Leonardo." 
Michael has also been featured in Juliette Aristides' new book Lessons in Classical Drawing (Essential Techniques From Inside the Atelier). He is the Founder and Director of The Society of Figurative Arts & Artist's

Michael Mentler

Drawing Like Leonardo DaVinci 
Michael had his first solo exhibition of works at age 14. He would later study at the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee and Washington University in Saint Louis, where he taught figure drawing and Classical Design. 

Michael's work has been featured in Saint Louis magazine, Communication Arts, Art Direction, Graphis, The One Show, Cilo's, and the New York Art Directors Club Annuals.
American Artist Drawing Magazine recently 
published a feature article on Mentler aptly titled:
"Learn From The Sketchbooks of a Modern Day Leonardo." 
Michael has also been featured in Juliette Aristides' new book Lessons in Classical Drawing (Essential Techniques From Inside the Atelier). He is the Founder and Director of The Society of Figurative Arts & Artist's

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Tony Pro

Cornelia Hernes

 John Pototschnik

Lisa Egeli

Rose Frantzen

Chuck Morris

Tony Pro

Painting the American West
Early in his career, Tony learned the value of academic figure drawing and the importance of applying strict study principles to his craft. With this methodology, Tony became an exemplary, self-trained painter with the help of a few mentors, including Richard Schmid (1934-2021).

Tony's love of the old west came from his parent’s avid western art and Native American artifact collecting years through 1980s. As a child, he toured the country with his parents to major Western Art shows as well as visiting the studios of many of the artists they collected.
Once his father transitioned from art collector to artist...
The excursions continued & became a major inspiration to Tony’s interest in the genre.
In 2005 he was awarded the highly coveted Best in Show Award at the 14th Annual Oil Painters of America Show. He has also won many finalists Awards of Honor from the Portrait Society of America Show. In 2014, Pro received the First Place award for Best Painting at the Portrait Society of America International Competition for his painting, "Last train home."

He is a Signature Member of the prestigious California Art Club. Pro lives and works in San Antonio, Texas with his wife Elizabeth and 4 children. Pro’s works hang in museums and private collections around the world.

Tony Pro

Painting the American West
Early in his career, Tony learned the value of academic figure drawing and the importance of applying strict study principles to his craft. With this methodology, Tony became an exemplary, self-trained painter with the help of a few mentors, including Richard Schmid (1934-2021).

Tony's love of the old west came from his parent’s avid western art and Native American artifact collecting years through 1980s. As a child, he toured the country with his parents to major Western Art shows as well as visiting the studios of many of the artists they collected.
Once his father transitioned from art collector to artist...
The excursions continued & became a major inspiration to Tony’s interest in the genre.
In 2005 he was awarded the highly coveted Best in Show Award at the 14th Annual Oil Painters of America Show. He has also won many finalists Awards of Honor from the Portrait Society of America Show. In 2014, Pro received the First Place award for Best Painting at the Portrait Society of America International Competition for his painting, "Last train home."

He is a Signature Member of the prestigious California Art Club. Pro lives and works in San Antonio, Texas with his wife Elizabeth and 4 children. Pro’s works hang in museums and private collections around the world.

Cornelia Hernes

The Figure in an Interior
Cornelia was born and raised in Norway and from the onset of her oil painting pursuits in her late teens, she was particularly interested in rendering the human form and emotive expressions through portraiture and mythological motifs. During the course of her artistic and academic training she further developed a deep affection for the genres of still life, interiors and nature motifs.

Cornelia achieved a Bachelors of Fine Arts from The University of Victoria, BC, Canada in 2003. Following her BFA degree, she pursued a classical realist training at The Florence Academy of Art in Italy. While a student, she became a teacher assistant and upon her graduation she was hired on as a Principal Instructor in the drawing and painting programs. 
In 2018 she brought her experience as an artist & instructor online with portrait painting tutorials & private art instruction. 
“I'm an online student of Cornelia, Amazing would be an understatement to describe her. Talking with her is like talking to your psychotherapist, except you're talking about art. She will analyze your work as if she can read your mind while you're painting your image.”
Her current focus includes portrait painting, still life painting as well as commission based work.

Cornelia Hernes

The Figure in an Interior
Cornelia was born and raised in Norway and from the onset of her oil painting pursuits in her late teens, she was particularly interested in rendering the human form and emotive expressions through portraiture and mythological motifs. During the course of her artistic and academic training she further developed a deep affection for the genres of still life, interiors and nature motifs.

Cornelia achieved a Bachelors of Fine Arts from The University of Victoria, BC, Canada in 2003. Following her BFA degree, she pursued a classical realist training at The Florence Academy of Art in Italy. While a student, she became a teacher assistant and upon her graduation she was hired on as a Principal Instructor in the drawing and painting programs. 
In 2018 she brought her experience as an artist & instructor online with portrait painting tutorials & private art instruction. 
“I'm an online student of Cornelia, Amazing would be an understatement to describe her. Talking with her is like talking to your psychotherapist, except you're talking about art. She will analyze your work as if she can read your mind while you're painting your image.”
Her current focus includes portrait painting, still life painting as well as commission based work.

John Pototschnik

Naturalistic Painting Demo
Since beginning his fine art career over 40 years ago, John Pototschnik has become a popular speaker and juror among art organizations. His paintings are in many private and public collections nationally.

He is a past president of Artists and Craftsmen Associated, and the Plano Art Association. He has been honored with four George Washington Honor Medals from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, the John Steven Jones Fellowship, plus many other regional, national and international awards. 
John's artistic influences are diverse, and he believes the principles of art are to be found in the works of the masters.
“I enjoy depicting simple, common, everyday life and its objects as things of beauty and worth. I intend to show the dignity and value of the subjects I paint – just as my artistic influences have.”
He is recognized in “Who’s Who in American Art” and “Who’s Who in the Southwest”. His work has appeared in The Artist’s Magazine, Southwest Art, American Artist, PleinAir Magazine, American Art Collector, and International Artist, plus several books. 

He is a signature member of the Oil Painters of America, Emeritus Master Signature of the Outdoor Painters Society, and in 2018 was recognized by the Art Renewal Center as a Living Master.

John Pototschnik

Naturalistic Painting Demo
Since beginning his fine art career over 40 years ago, John Pototschnik has become a popular speaker and juror among art organizations. His paintings are in many private and public collections nationally.

He is a past president of Artists and Craftsmen Associated, and the Plano Art Association. He has been honored with four George Washington Honor Medals from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, the John Steven Jones Fellowship, plus many other regional, national and international awards. 
John's artistic influences are diverse, and he believes the principles of art are to be found in the works of the masters.
“I enjoy depicting simple, common, everyday life and its objects as things of beauty and worth. I intend to show the dignity and value of the subjects I paint – just as my artistic influences have.”
He is recognized in “Who’s Who in American Art” and “Who’s Who in the Southwest”. His work has appeared in The Artist’s Magazine, Southwest Art, American Artist, PleinAir Magazine, American Art Collector, and International Artist, plus several books. 

He is a signature member of the Oil Painters of America, Emeritus Master Signature of the Outdoor Painters Society, and in 2018 was recognized by the Art Renewal Center as a Living Master.

Lisa Egeli

Secrets of Landscape and Seascape Painting
Lisa Egeli paints the people and places we care about most. She has traveled and painted on location around the world, exhibited widely in museums, and has been featured in magazines and books, including in Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine as one of “Today’s Masters”. She is a third-generation artist in a family of artists, and her formal training was at Chicago’s American Academy of Art. 
She is known for her commissioned portraits and her paintings of shorelines & the sea. It has been said that Egeli:
“Conveys a sense of truly being there in her landscape and seascape paintings, as well as a feeling of uniqueness of that moment and place.”
Lisa is a Fellow and Past President of American Society of Marine Artists, a Signature Member of Society of Animal Artists, a member of Portrait Society of America, and member of both the century-old Salmagundi Club in NYC and the Washington Society of Landscape Painters. During a more than thirty-five-year career as a professional artist she has been a passionate observer of nature and her paintings are exhibited and collected internationally.

Lisa Egeli

Secrets of Landscape and Seascape Painting
Lisa Egeli paints the people and places we care about most. She has traveled and painted on location around the world, exhibited widely in museums, and has been featured in magazines and books, including in Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine as one of “Today’s Masters”. She is a third-generation artist in a family of artists, and her formal training was at Chicago’s American Academy of Art. 
She is known for her commissioned portraits and her paintings of shorelines & the sea. It has been said that Egeli:
“Conveys a sense of truly being there in her landscape and seascape paintings, as well as a feeling of uniqueness of that moment and place.”
Lisa is a Fellow and Past President of American Society of Marine Artists, a Signature Member of Society of Animal Artists, a member of Portrait Society of America, and member of both the century-old Salmagundi Club in NYC and the Washington Society of Landscape Painters. During a more than thirty-five-year career as a professional artist she has been a passionate observer of nature and her paintings are exhibited and collected internationally.

Rose Frantzen

Figurative Oil Painting
Rose Frantzen has gained national and international acclaim for her oil paintings from life that bring contemporary perspectives to a traditional alla prima approach.
In addition to landscapes, still lifes, and figurative works...
Frantzen creates serial and allegorical works that incorporate diverse stylistic elements along with gilding, stained glass, and mosaic.
Frantzen’s work has shown at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, the Butler Institute of American Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Denver Historical Museum, and as an award winner in the Portrait Society of America’s International Portrait Competition. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Figge Art Museum, the Dubuque Museum of Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Brunnier Art Museum, the USDA, and the World Food Prize.

Frantzen is a frequent demonstrator, guest lecturer, and panelist discussing art and the artist’s life in the 21st century at museums and national art conventions. Her paintings have been featured in numerous national and international art magazines and journals, and she has been a frequent faculty member at the Portrait Society of America's Annual Conference, demonstrating portrait painting.

Rose Frantzen

Figurative Oil Painting
Rose Frantzen has gained national and international acclaim for her oil paintings from life that bring contemporary perspectives to a traditional alla prima approach.
In addition to landscapes, still lifes, and figurative works...
Frantzen creates serial and allegorical works that incorporate diverse stylistic elements along with gilding, stained glass, and mosaic.
Frantzen’s work has shown at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, the Butler Institute of American Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Denver Historical Museum, and as an award winner in the Portrait Society of America’s International Portrait Competition. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Figge Art Museum, the Dubuque Museum of Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Brunnier Art Museum, the USDA, and the World Food Prize.

Frantzen is a frequent demonstrator, guest lecturer, and panelist discussing art and the artist’s life in the 21st century at museums and national art conventions. Her paintings have been featured in numerous national and international art magazines and journals, and she has been a frequent faculty member at the Portrait Society of America's Annual Conference, demonstrating portrait painting.

Chuck Morris

Realist Artwork 
in Diverse Medias
Making a living as a portrait artist from the age of 17, Chuck has explored diverse approaches and media, including portrait collaborations with children and immersive art installations that brought together visual art with live music and improvisational theater in galleries in Iowa City and New York City. 

Illustrations for his children's book, "The Storytelling Tree" were recently displayed at the Figge Art Museum. 
His creative interests 
have led him to become...
A World Renowned Realist Artist with projects in some of the most diverse medias.
An art inspiration app he created called "Shake the Muse" randomly combines elements of visual language to offer one of more than 20 billion possible art style ideas. Chuck is now creating works based on these chance suggestions.

Chuck Morris

Realist Artwork in Diverse Medias
Making a living as a portrait artist from the age of 17, Chuck has explored diverse approaches and media, including portrait collaborations with children and immersive art installations that brought together visual art with live music and improvisational theater in galleries in Iowa City and New York City. 

Illustrations for his children's book, "The Storytelling Tree" were recently displayed at the Figge Art Museum. 
His creative interests have led him to become...
A World Renowned Realist Artist with projects in some of the most diverse medias.
An art inspiration app he created called "Shake the Muse" randomly combines elements of visual language to offer one of more than 20 billion possible art style ideas. Chuck is now creating works based on these chance suggestions.
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