Name: Kippy Hammond, PSA
Bio: Kippy Hammond graduated with a BFA from the University of Georgia. She studied pastel and oil portraiture with Daniel Greene, Kate Fetterolf, and Constantine Chatov. She has taken pastel workshops with Kay Polk, Alan Flattman, and Albert Handell. Kippy Hammond’s work has been recognized in numerous exhibitions and solo shows receiving national and international awards. Hammond was a demonstrator and lecturer at the International Association of Pastel Societies Eighth Biennial Convention in 2009 and 2011. She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and the Southeastern Pastel Society and a former Salon International du Pastel international guest of honor. Kippy Hammond has been a full-time art teacher for middle school, as well as being Artist in Residence for the Georgia Council of the Arts. She is co-founder of the Hammond-Boyd Art School.
Presently living for the majority of the year in France, Kippy continues to paint landscapes and commissioned portraits for clients in the United States and Europe, offering pastel exploration workshops in France and through art facilities in the United States. She and Jerome Henriquez serve as directors and hosts at La Bonne Etoile, 60 miles southeast of Paris, in the small village of Fontaine-Fourches.
Medium: Pastel, oil
Subjects: Landscape, Portraits, Still Life.
Style: Representational to impressionist
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Gallery: Numerous subgalleries, including Still Life and Oils – so presumably the rest of the paintings are in pastel.
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