Video of Demo Portrait of Suzanne

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This is the video of a piece of the demo portrait (11x14 on canvas panel) that I did at the workshop this week. It just shows the participants and the last little bit when I painted some highlights, I think. They, of course, were NOT a motley crew as I so rudely said. They were really great and worked their collective and individual butts off in the workshop. Suzanne was the instigating force behind the workshop and hosted the workshop and me. Thank you, Suzanne!

7 comments:

Marilyn Moore said...

Sounds like the group was having alot of fun at the workshop. The video concept is great. Once again, you've captured the likeness!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Susan, I enjoyed the video, I wish it was longer. The portrait of Grandpa and child is so sweet, have they seen the progress photos? Isn't it great to be able to paint and put such joy in peoples lifes? I mean you, it's debatable whether I'm doing that yet or not,lol.

Ann Reyes said...

That's a wonderful portrait, Susan! It's great to watch the video and actually see you paint and hear you talking about what you're doing. More videos, please!

S.M. Sedwick said...

Inspirational!

Dianne Mize said...

Wow. The video is really an effective vignette and you did an fantastic job on the portrait. And Grampa-and-Kaiden is outstanding. Can't wait to see it when you declare it finished. Good notan, by the way. ;) Your energy amazes me.

Jo Castillo said...

I just love it. I like listening and peeking in on your workshop. Fun!

Susan Carlin said...

Thank you, Everyone! Barbara, yes, I've sent progress photos along the way. They like it. Now we wait for it to dry, then varnish, then wait, then ship.
About the videos... I promise I'll try to do something more deliberate soon, rather than just turning on the camera when I'm working on something.