INVESTMENT IN YOU

How would you like to be remembered, now and for  generations to come?  How much is this worth?

I know the answer to this question because your life  is unique   –  special,  expressive. It has felt love.  It has felt pain.  This is why I have chosen to create an heirloom portrait  –  personal art for you  –  timeless and priceless. You want this portrait  –  that special gift for him, which allows him to see who you as you feel – beautiful and sensuous.  You want this memory for your children.  You want this for yourself and … you deserve it!

Indeed, I do start with a digital camera and initially an image of you is captured  in my studio or on location – where ever in country or the  world you may like for me to be.  It is  then my vision of you which I bring forth. In a very artistic  and  fashion I craft your unique, elegant and sensuous expression. It is to be luxurious and the pursuit of your ultimate perfection.

Please call to schedule your complimentary consultation. We will discuss the most appropriate style of portrait look,  portrait size, attire, and pricing plan for you.

Please call  347.835.8783  New York  or  360.779.1375  Seattle/Kitsap Co.

Recent Posts

Potted Red Geranium with Bocopa

Potted Red Geranium – Oil Painting 11×14 – by Winifred Whitfield

I’ve seen so many paintings of potted geraniums. Most often the plant is in a clay pot with a watering can next to it, perhaps in front of an old shed. You’ve seen those. Now I’ve painted my version with a simple background. In addition to the bright red geraniums, I love the accent of the Bacopa with it’s tiny white cluster of petals. Many people don’t know this plant but it is a wonderful, profusely blooming water loving plant that does well in containers, hanging baskets and even as a ground cover. There’s always some growing in my containers and one always finds it in bloom. I skipped using a clay pot, though I do love them. It’s a classic image item. I decided to use a ceramic pot instead. I’ve had this pot for a while but couldn’t plant in it because it didn’t have a drainage hole. Finally I saw a YouTube video that showed how to drill holes in glass, ceramic or clay pots. I immediately purchased diamond drill bits and put holes in all kind of glass containers. Anyway, this allowed me to grow a geranium in my pot. By the way, I propagated 14 new geraniums, last fall and they’re are all currently in bloom. The geranium I propagated is a different kind of geranium from this one with a very different color and petals. You’ll see it at some point.

Have a wonderful week and I hope this brings you cheer. I know – it kind of feels like Christmas. Winifred

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