These are just a few of the challenges you can face when you try to paint a portrait, and it’s exactly why some people give up, or never even make the attempt to paint one.
That’s the bad news…
Here’s the good news:
People believe that it takes talent to become a good painter, but in reality, it’s all about having a great teacher, learning a process, and lots of practice. Talent in painting is nothing more than experience.
If you break the process down into manageable steps, ANYONE can paint a breathtaking, expressive, and lifelike portrait.
In fact, Patricia Watwood has developed a portrait painting method that’s so remarkably effective that you can start working on your own portrait masterpiece this weekend.
Who Is Patricia Watwood?
Patricia Watwood is an amazingly talented artist whose work has been exhibited in galleries and collections all over the world — from New York and San Francisco to Paris and Shanghai.
Patricia earned her MFA with honors at the New York Academy of Art and has studied with Jacob Collins at the Water Street Atelier and Ted Seth Jacobs at the Ecole Albert Defois in France. In case you don’t know who they are … just know they are the best of the best.
Her style is called Contemporary Classicism, and it combines classical techniques with the contemporary language of representation. This fascinating combination is one of the reasons her portraits have such a powerful emotional impact with viewers.
Clearly, Patricia was at the top of our list when it came time to choose a portrait painting master to train you.
It took some begging and pleading, but eventually Patricia agreed to come to our studio and share her unique and easy-to-follow method.
Today we’re proud to announce the special pre-launch of Patricia’s ALL NEW exclusive video training: