Someone To Believe In

Someone To Believe In

Someone To Believe In

Someone To Believe In

by Kristopher Meadows

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About the Artist

Kristopher Meadows

Kristopher Meadows began his career at the age of three by copying cover illustrations and interior panels from his favorite DC and Marvel comic book titles. He turned his attention to portraiture at the age of thirteen and quickly developed the skill to “see” and realize a drawing that captured the “spirit and soul” of his subject. After high school, Meadows attended Central Florida Community College and was the first student in the college’s history to be given the honor of a one-man show during his first year. A little more than a year later Meadows enrolled in the Savannah College of Art and Design on a partial scholarship and graduated with honors and a BFA in illustration and a minor in Art History.
 
Influenced by great portrait painters such as John Singer Sargent, Anders Zorn and Joaquin Sorolla, Meadows employs a painting technique known as alla prima, Italian for “at the first”. The idea is to capture the essence of the subject in a bold, intuitive way, using vigorous, expressive brushstrokes and minimal color mixing on the palette. He has painted portraits of several distinguished individuals including Michele Wiles, principal ballet dancer for The American Ballet Theatre; actor Christopher Reeve; First Lieutenant Roger Mullin for the U.S. Army and Richard Yarbrough, managing director for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Meadows is a member of the Portrait Society of Atlanta, The Portrait Society of America and Oil Painters of America. His work has been featured in national publications such as American Art Collector Magazine as well as in group exhibitions.
 
 
Kristopher Meadows began his career at the age of three by copying cover illustrations and interior panels from his favorite DC and Marvel comic book titles. He turned his attention to portraiture at the age of thirteen and quickly developed the skill to “see” and realize a drawing that captured the “spirit and soul” of his subject. After high school, Meadows attended Central Florida Community College and was the first student in the college’s history to be given the honor of a one-man show during his first year. A little more than a year later Meadows enrolled in the Savannah College of Art and Design on a partial scholarship and graduated with honors and a BFA in illustration and a minor in Art History.
 
Influenced by great portrait painters such as John Singer Sargent, Anders Zorn and Joaquin Sorolla, Meadows employs a painting technique known as alla prima, Italian for “at the first”. The idea is to capture the essence of the subject in a bold, intuitive way, using vigorous, expressive brushstrokes and minimal color mixing on the palette. He has painted portraits of several distinguished individuals including Michele Wiles, principal ballet dancer for The American Ballet Theatre; actor Christopher Reeve; First Lieutenant Roger Mullin for the U.S. Army and Richard Yarbrough, managing director for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Meadows is a member of the Portrait Society of Atlanta, The Portrait Society of America and Oil Painters of America. His work has been featured in national publications such as American Art Collector Magazine as well as in group exhibitions.
 
 
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