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Sat, Jul 20


New Canaan

Half-Hour Portraits by Jessica Miller

Join us for this unique opportunity – to have your portrait painted by local Artist Jessica Miller. Each 7 x 5 inch expressionist portrait will capture the subject’s likeness and mood, painted in one half-hour sitting. All are welcome to sit for a portrait, including children accompanied by an adult

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Half-Hour Portraits by Jessica Miller
Half-Hour Portraits by Jessica Miller

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Jul 20, 2024, 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM

New Canaan, 111 Elm St suite 1, New Canaan, CT 06840, USA

About the event

Join us for the unique opportunity to have an original portrait created on-site in just one half-hour.  You might recognize her work on the cover of the best-selling novel Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano! We are thrilled to welcome her to the shop.

Praise for Jessica Miller 

"Bold, decisive, and dynamic are just some of the adjectives that describe Jessica Miller’s work. Vibrant brushwork and vivid color embolden her canvas with a unique expression that captures the essence of her subjects. Whether painting a landscape or portrait, Jessica finds the indelible qualities that invigorate and fortify her work, leaving the viewer captivated by her interpretations of life and nature. Jessica’s work seems influenced by the Fauvists of the 20th century yet remains uniquely and formidably an expression of herself and her time.” — Andrew Lattimore

About Jessica Miller

Originally from northern Michigan, Jessica now makes her home in the Hudson River Valley. She is best known for her portraits, recognizable for their expressionist style and vibrant color, one of which is featured on the cover of the 2023 New York Times bestseller Hello Beautiful. After graduating from the University of Michigan, Jessica studied at the School of Visual Arts and at the Art Students League in New York, with legendary painter Hananiah Harari, later continuing her studies with acclaimed portrait and landscape artist Andrew Lattimore. Her work is shown regularly in galleries in New York and hangs in private collections throughout the U.S.

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