Friday, December 3, 2010

Bev Lee

















Name: Bev Lee, PSA
URL: http://beverlylee.fineartstudioonline.com/
Bio: Largely self taught, Bev Lee began to devote more time to art ten years ago, when her children were grown. She has taken classes at Mesa State College and Colorado Mountain College. She has also attended workshops with Doug Dawson, Terry Ludwig, Xiang Zhang, and Daniel Greene.
Bev has been juried into numerous competitions and has received over fifty awards. Her paintings are in both private and corporate collections around the country. She has had works published in the May 2002 Pastel Artist International, the November 2003 Artist Magazine, and the October/November 2005 issue of The International Artist Magazine. She had a feature article on her art and practice in the October 2004 of the Pastel Journal, and in December 2008 the Journal published a step-by-step guide to capturing a likeness, excerpted from her book (vide infra).
Medium: Pastel, oil.
Subjects: Figurative, Still Life.
Publications: Painting Children, secrets to capturing childhood moments, North Light Books/Fw publications, 2008. ISBN 978-1-60061-038-7.
One of forty featured artists in Sketchbook Confidential. Editors: Pamela Wissman and Stefanie Laufersweile, North Light Books/Fw publications, 2010. ISBN: 9781440308598
Style: Representational.
Navigation: Main menu remains on top. This is an atypical FineArtStudioOnline website – unless the format has changed. I found all the pages slower than usual to load – was it just my connection?
Gallery: Children’s portraits; Adult portraits; Animal Art; Floral Still Life. Each gallery has an option to view archived works. This links to a webpage where among the choices is View Archived Works – this is a dead link, leading nowhere at all. Just click on the word All to see two pages comprised of 30 images.
Image View: Individual thumbnails, when click enlarge to include name and size, and can be zoomed and then saved. Dancing Waters is 18 x 24 ins. 550 x 4o8, 229 KB
Demo: No.
Blog:/EBay/Flickr: No.

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