When we work together, you'll be guided through each step of the process, know what to expect and there will be no surprises about a person's likeness. In the end, you'll have the painting you've always envisioned.
Each painted portrait commission combines traditional photographic portraiture with hand-applied painting artistry. Using a mixed-media approach, Bobbie blends a variety of mediums and tools, from the camera to the tablet to traditional artists brushes. Each commission begins with a reference image which is then transformed into a work of art on canvas.
What sets the studio apart form a traditional painting studio, is that since the paintings are based directly on a reference image, the painting will always carry the person's likeness all the way through to the finished work. Why take the chance that your painting not be exactly the way you expect?
Choose from two styles.
Ideal painted portrait for a single subject! Charming paintings of a classic head & shoulders, perfect for a small wall or intimate space like a bedroom, hallway or transitional wall.
The petite paintings are a modern classic, suited to fit every style of decor, from traditional to contemporary spaces. Light and airy alla prima style paintings that featuring one child at a time.
Head & shoulders only. Single subject. Available from a photograph you supply. 12x12" on canvas. starts at $995.
The gold standard of painted portraits. Designed with your home in mind, to hang in a special place.
These signature painted portraits are created in a style to fit your wishes, and are intended for larger works of art that may include a 3/4 or full length pose, or more than one subject.
One or more subjects. 3/4 & full length poses. Available from 16x20 up to life-size. starts at $2400.
Transform your photograph.
Maybe you have a photograph you've always wanted transformed?
Upload your photograph and we'll evaluate it to discover if it will work as a reference image to make a beautiful painting!
Call the studio at 978-744-6918 or fill out our form to get started. The first step is a conversation to learn more on what to expect, and to discover who you have in mind to honor in a painted portrait.