Meet Jeremy Lipking – A True California Talent

28 03 2010

A Note From Jeremy

Dear Friends,

I hope you are enjoying your winter (or summer for my southern hemisphere friends), I know I am. Here in southern California the Winters and Spring are my favorite times to paint outdoors, the hills are green, the streams are full and the temperatures can be in the 70’s and 80’s. I’ve been trying get out there when I can to take advantage of the great conditions. I’ve also been lucky this Winter to have had a chance to paint with some great visiting artists like Christopher Pugliese and Rose Frantzen who currently has an exhibition at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC.
Here are some upcoming events I’d like you to know about.

California Workshops
May and June
In each of these workshops we’ll be painting the figure in the studio and outdoors. Click on the links to register and pay.

May Workshop:
May 14th, 15th & 16th 2010

June Workshop:
June 25th, 26th & 27th 2010

Location: Agoura Hills CA
Cost: $495.

For people in Southern California I also offer a weekly painting class in my studio on Tuesday nights 7-10pm. The cost for 8-weeks is $480. To register or for more info on this or the 3-day workshops contact Danielle or call 818-451-7675
You may also pay online for the weekly class here.

Realist Revolution: Panel Discussion
Contemporary Art: REALIST REVOLUTION and CRITICAL RELEVANCE, Is Main Stream Media Missing an Important Cultural Trend?
Date: 4:00PM Friday April 23rd 2010
Location: Hyatt Regency Reston, VA (Washington D.C area)
Cost: Free (you must reserve tickets though)
I am really excited to announce this panel discussion I’ll be moderating at the 2010 Art of the Portrait Conference in the Washington D.C area next month. We have a top notch panel that will be discussing the current movement in representational art and its place in the contemporary art world.
Panel members are:
Jacob Collins, artist & founder of Grand Central Academy
Alexey Steele, artist and recipient of 2009 Gusi Peace Prize
James Panero, writer and managing editor of The New Criterion
Dr. Vern Swanson, author and expert on Academic and Realist art & Director of the Springville Museum.
This is an important discussion for any artist or collector. Although it is part of the Art of the Portrait Conference agenda, this one event will be open to anyone at no cost but you must reserve tickets by emailing Christine Egnoski at info@portraitsociety.org or call 877-772-4321

Solo Exhibition NY

And Last but not least my Solo Exhibition I have been working on for two years night is opening Thursday night June 10th. 2010 at Arcadia Gallery,
51 Greene Street
New York, NY 10013
212-965-1387
I hope to see you there.

Sincerely,

Jeremy Lipking

http://www.lipking.com


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