Artist Seth Heverkamp will be teaching one-day portrait classes at his northern Virginia Studio starting Saturday, 5th of September at 9:30am-12:30pm. Class is limited to five students, however if there are enough student, Seth will conduct two sessions on Saturday.
The cost of the three hour class will be $55 which includes the modeling fee. Keep in mind that registration is first come, first served (which is why I only blogged about it after I told him I wanted in!). If you’re interested in studying with Seth on the 5th or any other time, you can contract him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2008, Seth won the Best in Show Award from the Portrait Society of America’s Annual Portrait Competition for his painted Echo, on the left.
Seth is extremely talented. He studied at Studio Incamminati with artist Nelson Shanks, has been in numerous shows and of course his talent was recognized by the Portrait Society last year. So to say he’s talented is an understatement.
I took one of Seth’s classes in June at his studio and I saw an immediate difference in my painting. Seth, in the tradition of Incamminati is a fierce colorist and I am rather timid about color. With three hours, you don’t have much time to indulge in your fears and Seth is very encouraging and helpful. I loved the portrait sketch I painted in class and also applied what I learned with a 2 hour sketch of Dee.
So if you live in Northern Virginia and you want to study with a phenomenal artist, email Seth today!