I get commission enquiries for all sorts of reasons, from a gift idea to an interior décor solution! As one of my clients told me, commissioning a piece creates a special bond with the artwork. I truly believe that to be the case, which is why I put all my heart and soul in creating them.
I have also had quite an array of commission pieces that I have painted, from house portraits to special places. Quite a few have had tears on seeing their finished pieces.
Below is a collection of some of the pieces painted over the last couple of years.
Commissioned by a son for his parents who were moving from the family home. A reminder of the home they became parents in. Many happy memories!
Commissioned for a house move by a friend. This was her favourite place.
This was also commissioned twice. Seen on social media after being commissioned once, I then had to replicate it with some tweaks for the second order.
Commissioned TWICE! The first commission was ordered by a young girl for her boyfriend. Callander Cross is one of their walks in Scotland. The second commission was by a gentleman who saw the piece on social media, and ordered one exactly like it.
Commissioned for an interior design project. The brief was red and grey, but in a Vetriano style.
A Christmas present for a lady who had lost her husband to cancer. This was commissioned by her daughter, the late husbands home town and special place.
A 200cm by 100cm piece, featuring 24K Goldleaf. The brief was a seascape with a couple under an umbrella to match a theme in grey/blue and mustard colours.