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Personal Style and the Apprenticeship Model | Jeff Hein

June 28, 2021 Ken Goshen Episode 15
Personal Style and the Apprenticeship Model | Jeff Hein
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ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen
Personal Style and the Apprenticeship Model | Jeff Hein
Jun 28, 2021 Episode 15
Ken Goshen

Jeff has been titled a “living master” by the art Renewal Center, and has been written up in numerous publications, including “American Art collector”, “Fine Art Connoisseur”, “Arts and Antiques” and “Jetset Magazine”.  His work has been shown in prestigious institutions such as the Utah Museum of Fine Art, The Springville Museum of Art and the Salmagundi Club in NY. He’s won numerous awards, and his work can be found in notable public and private collections. Jeff has served as a faculty artist for the Portrait Society of America, and he is the founder of the Hein Atelier of Traditional Art in Salt Lake City. We talk in-depth about the unique pedagogical structure of the Hein Atelier of Traditional Art in this episode and it’s absolutely fascinating.
 
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For more from Jeff Hein:
Jeff's website
Jeff's Instagram
Hein Atelier of Traditional Art

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Ken's Instagram
Ken's lessons
Ken's Patreon
Ken's YouTube

Pigments on Jeff's palette: Radiant violet, Dioxazine purple, Cobalt violet, Alizarin permanent, Quinacridone magenta, Radiant red, Perylene red, Vermillion, Permanent orange, Transparent orange, Brown pink, Transparent oxide red, Transparent oxide yellow, Indian yellow, Transparent yellow medium, Cadmium yellow medium, Cadmium Lemon, Cadmium chartreuse, Green gold, Cadmium green, Oxide of chromium, Sap green, Radiant green, Emerald green, Serves green, Phthalo green, Cobalt teal, Radiant turquoise, Radiant blue, Kings blue, Manganese blue, Phthalo blue, Cobalt blue, Ultramarine blue, Asphaltum, Naples, yellow deep, Naples yellow light, Ivory black, Titanium white or lead white.

Music by Adaam James

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Jeff has been titled a “living master” by the art Renewal Center, and has been written up in numerous publications, including “American Art collector”, “Fine Art Connoisseur”, “Arts and Antiques” and “Jetset Magazine”.  His work has been shown in prestigious institutions such as the Utah Museum of Fine Art, The Springville Museum of Art and the Salmagundi Club in NY. He’s won numerous awards, and his work can be found in notable public and private collections. Jeff has served as a faculty artist for the Portrait Society of America, and he is the founder of the Hein Atelier of Traditional Art in Salt Lake City. We talk in-depth about the unique pedagogical structure of the Hein Atelier of Traditional Art in this episode and it’s absolutely fascinating.
 
Support ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen

For more from Jeff Hein:
Jeff's website
Jeff's Instagram
Hein Atelier of Traditional Art

For more from Ken Goshen:
Ken's website
Ken's Instagram
Ken's lessons
Ken's Patreon
Ken's YouTube

Pigments on Jeff's palette: Radiant violet, Dioxazine purple, Cobalt violet, Alizarin permanent, Quinacridone magenta, Radiant red, Perylene red, Vermillion, Permanent orange, Transparent orange, Brown pink, Transparent oxide red, Transparent oxide yellow, Indian yellow, Transparent yellow medium, Cadmium yellow medium, Cadmium Lemon, Cadmium chartreuse, Green gold, Cadmium green, Oxide of chromium, Sap green, Radiant green, Emerald green, Serves green, Phthalo green, Cobalt teal, Radiant turquoise, Radiant blue, Kings blue, Manganese blue, Phthalo blue, Cobalt blue, Ultramarine blue, Asphaltum, Naples, yellow deep, Naples yellow light, Ivory black, Titanium white or lead white.

Music by Adaam James

How to Start a Podcast Guide: The Complete Guide
Learn how to plan, record, and launch your podcast with this illustrated guide.

Support the Show.

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