It doesn’t take much to get started on an enriching, memorable, and unique piece of art. It’s a simple exchange of information and here are some examples of just that.
This summer a mother was looking for a special gift for her hockey loving daughter. She put out a call with a concept, reference, and text. I spoke to her about her budget and was able to exceed her expectations with this 16 x 20 inch acrylic painting on canvas.
This fall I was commissioned for a small 6 x 8 inch acrylic painting on canvas paper of two girls having a special moment at a lake. I was given a size and a reference photograph. As a professional illustrator, I was able to take elements from the reference and create a composition that best fit the shape and size of the requested canvas.
Just before Christmas I had another client request a commissioned piece of artwork to gift. She provided me with reference photos of a location, boat, and family members to be included. She explained to me that she was looking for a bright nostalgic painting to represent a vacation spot her family has shared memories at for many years. She gave me a budget to work within and asked for the largest size that budget could deliver. I created this piece as a 20 x 30 inch acrylic painting on illustration board.
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Getting custom work done isn’t as intimidating as you may have once thought.