MONTHLY ART INSTRUCTION • ADULT CLASSES
Chris Jordan is an award-winning artist residing in Calgary, AB. His portfolio spans portrait, landscape, still life and abstract oil paintings of exceptional quality. As an accomplished oil painter, Chris is not limited to any specific genre.
Owing to its distinguishable quality, technical excellence, aesthetics and unique vision, Chris Jordan's artwork has been acquired for public and private collections for over two decades.
Oils & Acrylics are mediums welcome in my class.
9:00am - 12:00pm
1:00pm - 4:00pm
9:00am - 12:00pm
1:00am - 4:00pm
Inspired by the diversity and beauty of the Alberta landscape, Chris has also been painting landscape and still life scenes that offer a viewer a realistic glimpse into a moment in time. Even with versatility in subject matter, realism still doesn't fully define Chris Jordan as an artist, as he continues to explore his dream visions in the form of evocative dreamscape art.
Chris has been fulfilling numerous portrait commissions in Calgary and beyond for over two decades. He has become a sought-after portrait artist whose paintings surpass typical photo-realism seen in portraiture.
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