In our mass-produced age, few material objects possess the enduring value and prestige of a unique work of art. To commission and own a family portrait is a captured moment in time.
A statement to immortalise and eulogise a loved one in their pomp. An artwork allows you to peak into to the past and create an exceptional chapter in your families history.
We are drawn to portraits because they tell a story, both about the subject and the artist. A portrait commission can celebrate the youth of your child, the joy of a wedding day or a battle endured and overcome.
A portrait depicts the humanity of a person in a moment in time. Even a centuries-old portrait can conjure up its subject and breathe life into a distant memory and brings to life a personality that would otherwise have vanished into obscurity.
A portrait is a cherished family heirloom and a priceless investment because of the joy it will give you and your family for generations.
The fact that we are able to view portraits from centuries ago is a testament to the institution of the craft of portraiture and an excellent reason why you may consider investing in a commission.
Contact me today, Gavin Bowyer – Fine Art & Portraiture, for a quote: 07592 779968 or email@example.com
To help coach the talented, dedicated and hardworking A-Level Art Student, Maya Howes, over the past 12 months has been an absolute pleasure and privilege. Huge congratulations on your exam success and best wishes for the future. Maya is a creative force and one to watch out for in the near future.
Thank you for my lovely endorsement Maya, it means a great to me and what I’m aiming to achieve while tutoring my students.
If you know someone who needs that little bit of help, encouragement or support, I can help. If you are a keen starter, Duke of Edinburgh, GCSE, B-Tec or A Level student and are struggling with you drawing skills, I can help. Fine tune your art skills today and contact me, firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ll be joining the marvellous Susan Hanks today at 2.30pm to chat about all things arty. Why not tune into BBC Radio Stoke on 94.6 MHz and 104.1 MHz FM, 1503 kHz medium wave? It is also available on the Stoke & Stafford DAB digital radio multiplex, and online.