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Portrait Artists in Boston
Category: Arts and Entertainment
Short Description: Commissioned Portraits in Oil, Pastel, Charcoal and Watercolor
Long Description: Jeff Kesses started East Coast Portraits in 1999. Jeff studied art and portraiture at Dean College in Franklin, MA, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and most recently at the Andreeva Portrait Academy in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 1989 he was selected to be the Artist in Resident at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA. It was in the Berkshires that he began doing commissioned work and exhibiting in galleries in Western Massachusetts and upper state New York. Jeff returned to Boston in 1993 to continue his professional career as an artist. He has since done portraits and murals for many companies and private clients across the United States and Asia.
Website: www.jeffkesses.com
Address: 556 Columbus Avenue
Boston, MA 02118
Telephone: (617) 859-7389
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