In a portrait
In a portrait - Pet Portrait Artist In London
The commissioned portraits are meticulously painted on primed board or canvas after a study of the subject over a period of time.
A few clear, in focus photographs with sufficient light and contrast or if available a short video, will be provided by you. That will help me to study your pets personality. If local, I could arrange a visit to meet your pet and take additional photographs myself. All depending on the personal preferences.
We will discuss a about the personality of your pet so the portrait will show their unique personality. It is possible to change background or use some of your other personal wishes or suggestions. I will require a 30% non-refundable deposit before I start. I will send you several photographs of the painting once it is almost complete. On receipt of your approval and the final payment the painting will be sent to you by special delivery. I will send some photographs of the work in process and of the sketches.
The time taken to produce your artwork will depend on its size and as well as the amount of orders I have at the time. If you require a portrait for a special occasion I would recommend to order in good time.
However, if the time is running out to commission a portrait for a particular date, you may like to consider purchasing a gift voucher instead. Gift vouchers allow the recipient to order their pet portrait whenever they choose up to a year, and are available in any amount as full or partial payment towards the final cost of a portrait.
Inna Korotkich has started her art education at home. Being raised by an art teacher, drawing and painting were her main forms of self expression. That resulted in early lessons on perspective aswell as birds on wallpaper.
Weekly painting and sculpting classes followed and art school seemed to be the most natural choice of all for college but not until years later. Bachelor of arts in 2009 at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam followed by a Masters of Arts at Kingston University in London, 2012.
The birds have been replaced by many other creatures, mostly people. Although sometimes wearing feathers, they have left her missing the genuine beauty and otherness of animals that surrounds us often unseen or in the background.
One of the teachers in the past has taught her a great rule of thumb:
Filter out the noise in your work.
Once the noise is gone we see what really is important and beautiful.
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