Portrait Painting from a Photograph

Dianne Hebbert, PEAR

Thursday & Friday, August 1 & 2


Kat in the Hat Classroom

$110, $85 mbrs.

PEAR Dianne Hebbert leads a portrait painting workshop. Students are invited to bring in a printed or digital copy of a photograph they would like to translate into a painting. The class begins with the drawing and moves into developing the acrylic painting, going over the grid method, under paintings, and finally, how to add personal details to finalize your painting. Regardless of skill level, there’s something for everyone to learn.

Dianne Hebbert is a Nicaraguan-American artist based in New York. She works primarily in painting, printmaking and installation art. As a Miami native she attended New World School of the Arts before she earned her BFA in Painting and Drawing from Purchase College and her MFA in Printmaking from Brooklyn College. Hebbert is a recipient of the Vermont Studio Center fellowship and residency, Visual Muze Governors Island residency with the West Harlem Art Fund, Trestle Art Space residency in Brooklyn, and a residency with Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts.

sponsored by Robert L. Delaune, Architect, P.A.