Sunday, October 18, 2009

Star Portraits Aired Last Night










Star Portraits, the TV show that was produced by PTV Productions Inc. for Bravo! aired last night. I had the honour of painting Enrico Colantoni on it, with the other amazing artists,
Sara Sniderhan and John Viljoen. The show can be viewed on the Bravo! website
HERE. It was such a wonderful experience and it was nice to see the episode today since it reminded me of my incredible time with them.

7 comments:

briansart said...

Congratulations Kristy. You nailed the portrait and yours was definitely my favourite. Well done!

Alvin Richard said...

What a beautiful tribute to you has an very young artist, but already a master. All three paintings were great, but I have to say that yours seemed more accomplished. The type of portrait that the aura of the person becomes visible. The host was touched to tears, and I was welling up on this side of the screen. I AM A FAN!

Gregory Becker said...

I watched every episode tonight and your portrait was my favorite. Another one that I liked was the watercolorist on another episode, but yours was the finest quality.

**WE BLOG ARTISTS** said...

I'm a huge fan of yours as you know....CONGRATS...what a great tribute to you and your fabulous talent.
WOW...I loved the portrait you did of him...it did bring me to tears,as I realize too how I miss portraiture and wish that one day I too will be making a living out of it...how does it feel to know you'll be amongst the Van Goughs and the Picassos in Centuries to come?
I hope Italy is treating you well...
Buona Notte, thanks for sharing.

Char.

Kristy Gordon said...

Nyawww, thanks guys!! Now you're almost bringing me to tears;) It was really just so much fun being involved with the show, everyone on it was so nice;) ~lovek

Didi Menendez said...

This episode is the best I've seen so far. The subject was great and your painting was the best in my opinion.

Didi Menendez

Joanne said...

What FUN to watch the 3-parts of Star Portraits! Your work is truly amazing... I am so glad Enricho was very touched by your work! It deserves that kind of emotional response. :-)