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Personal and celebrity commission portraits

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Despite all of our modern technology and the evolution of professional photography, a traditional hand drawn portrait still warms the heart like nothing that your digital camera can ever deliver. A hand drawn portrait says “heirloom”, it says “a skilled professional was hired to make a one-of-a-kind depiction of you with her hand and her heart.” A camera doesn’t care about that spark in your eye when you look at your husband, while an artist will pick up on that. A camera will photograph anything and everything around you, while an artist will frame and crop and adjust the lighting to make you and only you the center of attention. The love and care that goes into drawing a portrait resonates more than anything that technology can deliver.

Order your portrait for just $60.00USD

How it works

Easy!

Method 1. Via Facebook. Send me your photo or a photo of a loved one or a celebrity that you wish to be immortalized by my hand. Use this link to send me a private message. I, in turn, will mail you back your very own, guaranteed to be unique, physical drawing within two to three weeks of the order. Payment method – PayPal.

Method 2. Via ETSY order. I have set up an easy to purchase ETSY package here. ETSY offers many different payment options.

Regardless of how you wish to make your commission, the portrait will be done on 8.5 x 11 paper, in pen, pencil, charcoal or a combination of the three, in greyscale or sepia tones, and laminated for protection. It will be signed with my name, year, and signature. You may also request a personalized signature or a dedication.

This is a limited time offer. From July 2018 through December 2018 each portrait will have a fixed price of $60.00USD plus an additional shipping and handling fee of $6.00.

I hope to hear from you soon. Please allow me two to three business days to respond to your message.

 

Samples

A portrait commissioned by Toos Jongeling of her departed parents.

 

A portrait commissioned by Shelley Boyle of herself.

 

A portrait of the 1930’s actress Anna May Wong.

 

A portrait of Whitney Houston singing.

 

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