As a client you will be assured confidence in contacting the artist, John Hansen. The approval process, and the financial details, will be coordinated by Loch Gallery.
2. Creating the Concept
The final portrait artwork will exemplify my representational style. Usually the composition would contain the three-quarter length figure in an interior scene. A suitable and agreeable theme will be conveyed through the compositional structure with the possible additions of symbolic and individualized elements.
3. Photography Sitting
In order for the concept of the painting to be realized a photography session will take place to document the reference resources.
4. Portrait Fees
A standard commission payment procedure is usually followed though it is entirely possible to set up an expenses plan to suit your needs through Loch Gallery. Prices are subject to change and will vary based on size and complexity of the painting project.
5. Painting the Portrait
Full attention will be given to the highest standards of sound craftsmanship in skillfully representing the subject in oil paint on a wood panel. A portrait commission will receive the time it needs to be completed based on realized expectations and on giving the client the best possible experience of a rewarding artwork.