In a envelope, include photos of your favorite pet(s), include close-ups and full
body shots. Also helpful are photos of wall colors, fabrics, china, rugs, picnic
baskets, the pool, the ranch house, or anything that will help capture the individuality
of your surroundings.
were two photographs sent in order to create the commissioned painting. The client
has a wonderful Australian Shepherd named Aussie; she asked to see Aussie sitting
in their backyard on the green grass with the sailboats in the background.
Whiteout had to be used on the photograph in order to see the subject better.
Include the measurements
Specify Antiqued or Full Color
A check for half of the price. ( Shipping and Taxes and added to the final payment.)
When you call to discuss their idea of a painting; please keep in mind that I
will begin the creative process and will be anxiously awaiting for the photos.
This means that you will need to promptly get your pictures together and priority
mail them to me so the flow of imagination will not be interrupted by a delay.
is the process of a commissioned painting;you can see the changes from the time
it's started to the time it's completed.
very special surprise gift from a wife to her loving husband; Huey & Diana
were commissioned to be sitting on the porch of their ranch house.
How long will it take?
to eight weeks.
What about shipping?
are shipped in an architectural tube rolled up unless otherwise specified. This
saves money on shipping. Once received take it to your local framer and have it
stretched; the cost usually averages between $ 50.00 - $ 250.00. Your shipping
cost will be added to the final payment.
Meg Davis and speak with the artist about the photos needed for your special portrait.
P. O. Box 549
Johnson City, Texas 78636
on the lovebird to e-mail us