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The Portrait Conversation
Thank you for registering for The Portrait Conversation, a series of portraits in words and paint. In each Portrait Conversation my special guests share inspirational stories about their lives and artistic (or other) journey, while I draw their portrait on my iPad, sharing the process with the audience throughout the conversation.

Once you have registered for The Portrait Conversation you will be automatically sent a unique Zoom Webinar link which you can then use to join every Portrait Conversation. If you have any issues finding that ink you can use the Zoom Webinar ID 248-842-895 (the same ID for all Portrait Conversations). Please note that the Zoom email automatically lists all recurring meetings, which in this case I have set up to be the first Saturdays for the coming few months. Most Portrait Conversations extend to a part 2 that takes place on the second Saturday. All Portrait Conversations are recorded and the recordings are posted within a few days on PaintboxTV.com (each episode has its own dedicated page).

For further information, and a list of forthcoming Portrait Conversation guests and dates, please visit:

I shall keep you informed, via the email you use for this registration, of future guests appearing on The Portrait Conversation and other art news. If you have any questions, or wish to opt out of receiving news about future art events like The Portrait Conversation, please email me at jeremy@jeremysutton.com.

I look forward to “seeing” you, virtually speaking, at The Portrait Conversation!


Mar 6, 2021 10:00 AM
Apr 3, 2021 10:00 AM
May 1, 2021 10:00 AM
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Laurence Gartel
Artist and Digital Art Pioneer
Born and raised in New York City, Gartel went to the School of Visual Arts, along with graffiti artist Keith Haring, where he earned his BFA degree, majoring in graphics, and started his electronic career working side by side with Nam June Paik at Media Study/Buffalo in upstate New York. He had the opportunity to teach Andy Warhol how to use the Amiga computer. He has worked alongside and created art for many world-class performers and musicians; is exhibited in museums; created art for one of the first Absolut Vodka art campaigns; and is reknown for his amazing Art Cars.