This week on NAC Chat, Charlotte sits down with legendary portrait artist Everett Raymond Kinstler to discuss his journey from inking comic books as a teen to painting the portraits of 8 Presidents. Kinstler is also a member of the National Arts Club and has has a studio in the building since the late 1940's where he has painted some of his most famous portraits. He is one of the foremost portrait painters in America and has been honored at The National Arts Club 120th Anniversary Gala for his a Lifetime Achievement in Art and Dedication to the NAC. His subjects include Tony Bennet, Carol Burnet, Katherine Hepburn, Paul Newman, John Wayne, and his portraits of President Gerald R. Ford and Ronald Raegan are the official White House Portraits. His work can be seen at The National Portrait Gallery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Butler Institute of American Art, The Brooklyn Museum, and of course The National Arts Club.