Ever thought about having a family portrait or a pet portrait? (see "Jess" below)
Maybe, a favourite holiday view?
Or a picture of your house and/or garden?
I paint any subject matter, as you have probably noticed when looking through the gallery, and I have recently undertaken some portrait work.
My clients have been extremely happy with their paintings, and an original artwork really is something very special and personal to the individual.
How does it work?
- You can send me photographs (by e-mail or post)
of the image you would like me to paint.
will scan your photographs and send your original photographs back
to you; the electronic copy will be destroyed when no longer required.
- I will initially make a sketch of the painting, that you will see, so that we are both happy with the details and the general layout of the picture.
- I will create an original oil painting to the dimensions of
- You will be kept informed throughout the process and
will be able to view the painting as it develops, via email or photos through the post. This will allow
you to let me know if you wish me to change anything, and will allow
you to see the artistic process in action.
Please be re-assured that if you are not completely satisfied with the painting there is no obligation to buy it, but I find that by keeping in touch with my clients (as outlined above), both myself and my client are very happy!
To give you an idea of the price of a commissioned painting:
16" x 12" canvas would be around £150 - £180 (unframed)
24" x 36" canvas would be around £400 - £500 (unframed)
Of course I can paint any size required & I will quote you a price for your required size when you contact me.
CONTACT US giving details of your request. We will reply and give
you a quote (there is no charge for the quotation, or obligation to buy).
Iain reserves the right to exercise his artistic judgment during
the creative process, but you are UNDER NO OBLIGATION to purchase unless
you are completely satisfied with the picture.
This is the most recent commission, you can see the original photo of Jess and next to it is the finished painting.