Ingrid Christensen – How Great Pictures Work (Recording) – Free!

Date recorded: Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Join Ingrid Christensen as she talks about what makes a satisfying, coherent, and timeless image.  

Looking at both historical and contemporary works, Ingrid will reveal their organizing structures and the often-subtle methods that artists used to support those structures.  The presentation will span genres to find the common threads that link all great paintings.

You won’t look at a work of art in the same way again.

Ingrid Christensen is an award winning painter and instructor who specializes in figurative and still life oil painting. Influenced by French and Russian Impressionism, her work is an exploration of light, color and dynamic mark making.  A self-proclaimed “paint nerd”, Ingrid has written and featured in Winsor & Newton Masterclass videos, contributed articles to Artsy Magazine, and taught sold-out workshops in Canada and Mexico.

Ingrid lives in Calgary, Canada and has made her peace with snow.

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