There’s an immense joy in painting and reliving the memories of my experiences, but there’s a special joy injection when I’m asked to paint the experiences of others!
This summer I was approached with a commission request to celebrate the 5th anniversary of a family dental business with a painting of the office. This dental office is in a beautifully restored older house accompanied by lovely landscaping and trees – a setting where the nervous jitters accompanying a dental visit could easily evaporate. It’s really calming. After a visit to take several photos, we narrowed it down to a few views, and after some initial rough sketches, I started work on this chosen view for a 10″ x 12″ ink and watercolour.
(Shared with permission of the client)
It’s been an honour to create an anniversary piece for this family business!
(For information on my commission services, check out What Are Sketchy Memories?)
Oh my goodness what an absolutely beautiful painting! You have an amazing skill. thank you for sharing 🙂
Rae: Thanks so much! It was a fun commission to do!
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