Interviews with Winifred Whitfield

Interviews with Winifred Whitfield

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 February 2013

The Candid Frame Presents

Interview with Winifred by Ibarionex

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August 2012

NIK RADIO

Guest Winifred Whitfield – Interviewed by Scott Shepherd

Scott ask Winifred how she started in photography, how she commenced Intimate Portraits for Women. Winifred discusses her love for painting , her new portrait tutorial store and where others might study to become digital painters.

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July, 2012

WACOM Presents

Winifred Whitfield Painting Portraits with Passion

Winifred Whitfield – Painting Portraits with Passion

July 2011

The Fashionable Feminist  Exclusive Interview with Acclaimed Portrait Artist Winifred Whitfield

I am pleased to welcome Winifred Whitfield to The Fashionable Feminist. Winifred recently received the Accolade of Lifetime Photographic Excellence granted in recognition of her continued outstanding photographic achievement. I am excited to reveal her unique and beautiful perspectives on portraits. Currently Winifred has a large display of her heirloom portraits at ChocMo Bistro in Poulsbo and large display of portraits and other fine art creations at Columbia bank in Port Ludlow, Washington. …..More

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Photographer Winifred Whitfield: Successful fusion of art and business

February 1, 2011 @ 11:11am | Rodika Tollefson

Winifred Whitfield has no trouble reinventing herself. The Poulsbo-based photo artist has followed several paths before finding her current niche — creating fine art photo portraits of women — but they all have one thing in common: complete dedication.

“I want mastery. I want to do it really well. I’m not a dabbler, that’s for sure,” she says.

November 2010

NIK – X-RITE WEBINAR

Take Your Images to WOW!

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Claudia  Crawley, Winning Ways Coaching

Interview with Winifred Whitfield

 

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July 2010

RANGEFINDER MAGAZINE

Winifred Interviewed by Scott Shepherd Rangefinder Radio 

John Grengo Show

*NOTE – Please Scroll to Episode 15

Podcast Featuring the Portrait Art of Winifred Whitfield

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Room on the Edge  ~  Host Michelle Rumney

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Recent Posts

Commissioned Oil Painted Portraits – 1

 I have not posted for more than 2 months. My previous weekly postings fell away. I will do better. One reason for my absence is the amount of effort and focus I was directing to the series of  commissioned portraits I’ve been working on, as you will begin to see here.  I hope to do better and to keep you more up to date with my work. This is quite a colorful group of oil paintings.

Girl with Floral Vines – Oil Paint on Linen Panel, 12×16, by Winifred Whitfield

 

 The styles of my paintings are quite varied.  I allow the person, the image to dictate the ultimate outcome. The painting thus evolves intuitively.  I am often surprised by the journey and the outcome. I’ve been fortunate that I’ve been given free rein in creating these portraits. No direction was given. This allows me to be at my most creative. The inspiration for the floral vine came from floral elements in the families marble table

 

 

 

Girl with Colorful Sky, 12×16 oil painting by Winifred Whitfield

 

I enjoy this rich and colorful sky.  It was breezy when I photographed this young lady. At times her hair was whipping all about her face.  I ask that she just relax and let it happen.  There is always the perfect moment and perfect movement, hence the floating wisp of her hair helping to bring this painting to life. There was not a hint of a sunset –  in fact, yet it appeared in the painting.

 

 

 

12×16 Oil Painting on Panel, ” Little Boy with Hand in His Hair” by Winifred Whitfield

 

 

This is the most colorful oil portrait I’ve ever painted. The family loves intense vivid color.  I thought it would please them and it did.  Freehand painting a patterned background was a bit scary but I love patterns and felt confident I could do it. I am pleased. It’s pretty amazing that with all the color and pattern in the background, your eyes still go right to his eyes.

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