Facing Future

I’m really excited about how my art business is growing in different directions (and at an alarming rate!) I’ve talked before about how I was once scared to death to paint faces (of the non-animal variety) and now my portraits (of the human variety) are increasingly popular with my clients. Who knew?

I’m glad I decided to offer the mini portraits as an alternative to the larger sizes. I’ve had quite a few clients who’ve commissioned individual portraits of all the members of their family, with the intention of framing them together. I can’t wait to see how they look, framed and grouped together above someone’s couch or in an entryway somewhere. (If you are one of those clients, send me a photo and I’ll post it here!)

And now, back to the brushes!



 Completed: March 30, 2010

Soundtrack: Evelyn Evelyn

Beverage: 7-up on the rocks

2 Responses to “Facing Future”

  1. MIriam Hughes Says:

    You are inspiring to me! Keep up the great work!

  2. Rebekah Greiman Says:

    The second portrait is surreal, dreamlike. I love the way you paint. Way to work it.

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