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Portrait Revolution: Julia Kay's Portrait Party Paperback – 6 Apr 2017
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"As a visual feast, it offers an endless source of inspiration." --Paint & Draw
About the Author
Julia L. Kay is a painter, printmaker, photographer, muralist and digital artist who was born and raised in New York City. She has a BA in Photography from Wesleyan University and did graduate work at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She lives in San Francisco, where she's had the opportunity to complete commissions and to exhibit locally and internationally. In 2010, on completion of her project to draw herself every day for three years, Julia launched Julia Kay's Portrait Party. The party has over 1000 members from more than 55 countries. In the first seven years of its existence, the members made more than 50,000 portraits of each other.
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This publication has been produced to encourage beginners to take from, & be inspired by the many artists within these pages. There are helpful tips & advice on how they approach the art of portraiture, their techniques and methods, their choices of mediums & surfaces.
It is well worth having on your book shelf, you will find it invaluable & informative, opening into a world of possibilities.
If anyone wants to get in to portraiture and needs some inspiration then join the revolution, buy the book and cast off your inhibitions, you have nothing to loose but your chains.