Baby Portrait Painting FINALLY, I finished an oil portrait painting of my son! It’s been a couple years in the making. He’s now three (or, I like to say a “threenager”, which is a new term I heard from my wife the other day), but we took this photo when he was a baby seeingContinue reading “Portrait Painting of my Son”
Oil Portrait on Linen Canvas This portrait painting was recently completed for a collector here in Northern Virginia, as a gift for his wife and sister-in-law! It’s an oil painting on 14″ x 18″ linen canvas.
It’s been more than 2 years since I’ve planned to paint a portrait of my younger son, and I’m vowing to finally get it done before the new year, in between numerous other projects. Somehow, I just don’t have time like I used to when I had just 1 child, nevermind no children! What didContinue reading “Late Night Studio Painting Photos”
It’s been a rush, but I finally finished the last portrait painting on my list for the holidays, just in time for it to be given as a Christmas gift. A student midwives at NOVA Natural Birth Center commissioned me for this painting, to be given as a gift to her older sister. It’s an oil paintingContinue reading “All Done for the Holidays! Last Oil Portrait Completed”
This portrait drawing was given to celebrate the Dad’s college graduation! The photo that the drawing is based on was taken at his thesis presentation, where he proudly holds his newborn son. This drawing is an 8″ x 10″ on paper, drawn with artist graphite pencils.
Wow, the months keep passing by fast! Seems like just yesterday that my baby son turned 7 months and now he’s almost 10 months! This is a pencil portrait drawing on paper of him: Click here for information on portrait commissions!
Today I finished this graphite portrait drawing of my wife and I! This portrait was from a photo we took last fall while in New York City. To commission your own special portrait art, just visit my Commission Custom Art page!
Here is a photo of the graphite portrait drawing I completed today of my wife. This is from a photo I took of her while we were eating brunch last October at a little restaurant in the Fort Greene / Clinton Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York!
Here is a portrait drawing that I’m currently working on of my wife Brigitta:
A few weeks ago I finished this oil portrait painting of my wife Brigitta’s maternal Nicaraguan grandmother (or ‘abuela’, in Spanish). Her name was Rafaela Corrales Toruño, and Brigitta simply called her “Abue.” Abue had five children, three of which emigrated from Nicaragua to the U.S. in the 1970’s. Abue also came to the U.S.Continue reading “Grandmother Portrait Painting – “Abue””