Kendall Jenner posed like a pro as she got a glimpse at her portrait in the Nomad Two Worlds exhibit at the Guy Hepner art gallery in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday.
As her big brown eyes gazed at the Russell James portrait that captured her in another light, Kendall Jenner, 17, grasped onto a vibrant embossed, fold-over red clutch.
The teen model had on a full face of makeup, toning down her lips with a sheer pink shade to even out her dramatic eyes and cheeks.
One of the pictures captured Kendall Jenner with braided hair as she bared her shoulders and right arm, the rest of her body disappearing into an illusion of ribbon-like strands.
The mysterious black-and-white setting also shows a bird flying above Kendall Jenner as two others sit behind her and one resting on her fingertips.
Kris Jenner joined her daughter for the art appreciation outing, tweeting: “Sneak peek with @KendallJenner of the amazing @nomadrj exhibit at @guyhepner in LA!” along with a snapshot of the two smiling in front of another photo.
The mother was certainly proud of her daughter, snapping pictures of the artwork throughout their gallery visit, which was also being filmed for an episode of their reality series Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Kendall Jenner was pleased too, instagramming her favorite photo with the caption: “seriously, some incredible work I saw today in @nomadjr’s exhibit at @guyhepner in LA! #dasmee (sic).”