PORTRAIT PAINTING COMMISSIONS
For all inquiries, contact Jamie at 314-303-6947 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss commissioning a portrait and to receive a digital brochure with Jamie’s professional history, examples of his private and public commissions, the commission process, and pricing.
Jamie Adams is an accomplished American artist, having completed portraits of distinguished corporate, academic, and political leaders throughout the country over the last three decades. Jamie has painted more official state portraits (Governor, Secretary of State, House Speakers, Senate Presidents Pro Tempore) than any other artist in Pennsylvania’s history. Portraits for academic institutions around the country include Washington University in St. Louis, MIT, Penn State, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Michigan. Notable recent projects include the portraits of Washington University Chancellor Mark Wrighton and his wife Risa Zerling Wrighton, and the completion of nine Nobel Laureate portraits for Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper Business School.
Jamie’s work can be found in such notable collections as the Museu Brasileiro da Escultura (São Paulo, Brasil), Museum of Modern Art Library, MOMA Wales, the LA County Museum of Art Research Library, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Woodmere Art Museum, and the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art. Awards and residencies include the Violette deMazia Scholarship (Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA) the Cité Internationale des Arts residency (Paris, France) and the Ragdale Foundation (Chicago, IL).
His work has been cited internationally in publications such as Art in America, Bulletin du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France), Blisss Magazine, Novembre Magazine, the Huffington Post, Just Magazine, and Hi-Fructose Magazine. His work has been included in publications such as “Fragonard, Regards croisés” (Jean-pierre Cuzin, Dimitri Salmon / Département des Peintures, Musée du Louvre, 2007) and “The Figure: Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture” (McCann, Skira Rizzoli, 2014).