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Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait
Commission Your Child's Portrait

Commission Your Child's Portrait

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Our babies grow up so fast. As a mom, I know how fleeting these years are. Art has a way of slowing time down a bit. It would be my honor to draw your child so you can hold on to their childhood a little big longer.

My portraits are digitally painted and then giclée printed on 11"x14" archival watercolor paper. You will receive the art in the mail, ready to frame. (Let me know if you'd like a larger size.)

I will need a great photo of your child(ren) to use as my reference. Email me a few and I'll help you chose. A well-lit photo that lets me see their whole body (not just the face) is best.

Need help with the photo? 

My signature will be printed on paper.
You will not receive a digital file.

Can adults be included too?

Yes! See examples above for mother and child together. I can draw the whole family in this format.

*BONUS*

You'll have the private option to purchase additional professional prints of your art at any size. Perfect for gifts or notecards.

What is a digital painting?:

A digital painting is created on a tablet with professional art tools (I use Procreate, an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil). I draw by hand on the screen with the digital pencil. It requires as much craftsmanship as painting on paper. When you hold these prints in your hands, you can hardly tell they originated on a screen.