Ann Latinovich is an internationally recognized portrait artist whose work has been featured in many galleries and institutions, including in The Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago. Having studied film and painting at Carnegie Mellon University and Tyler School of Art, her formative training included living and studying in Rome, Italy. Known for her dynamic energy, Latinovich was the student commencement speaker of her graduating class. She received her Masters of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.
Inspired by the art of family and creating one-of-a-kind works of art for generations to enjoy, Latinovich has continually drawn on her early studies of Renaissance artistry and has utilized her passion for impressionism to create her own stunning brand of portrait artistry. By combining state-of-the-art photographic technology with approaches and techniques of the Masters, Latinovich has branded herself a modern day Renaissance artist. Her award-winning style has been recognized in the industry and has produced loyal clients, returning year after year to ensure capturing that which they treasure most.
With a fine eye for detail and storytelling, she combines a mastery of custom lighting, posing, composition and exceptional craftsmanship to create her unmistakable style. Timeless and full of grace, each work becomes a cherished heirloom.
Latinovich prides herself on combining her sensitive, thoughtful style with unparalleled skill. She has a deep passion for excellence and a profound respect for the craft of portrait artistry.