Jeremy Dubow painted 27 portraits in 21 days. Friends and friends of friends were invited to participate. Inspired in part by the masters, in part by contemporary realists, and in part by pixellated imagery, the body of work began by allowing each portrait to unfold one paint stroke at a time almost like the pixels of a digital photo. Each painting was done from life, under the same light of the same room in the artist’s home, in oil on mylar.
Jeremy has studied figurative art in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Portland, as well as classical painting in Florence, Italy. He has worked in animation and illustration, and has shown in numerous galleries in Portland. His work can also currently be seen at the Pulliam Gallery in the Pearl, and he teaches portrait painting at the Stables in Southeast.
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