Thursday, May 15, 2008

Four days old


Custom painted baby portrait, four days old sleeping baby (Floyd). The face is increased 4 times on the canvas. Painted the child for its grandmother, but now be the parents a little bit jealous. The parents and its grandmother congratulate through this blog with the birth of their son and the grandmother (grandparents) with her grandchild.

In opdracht geschilderd portret van 4 dagen oude slapende baby genaamd Floyd. Het gezicht is op het canvas 4x vergroot. Het portret is voor de grootmoeder gemaakt, maar nu zijn de ouders een klein beetje jaloers. Via dit blog willen we de ouders hartelijk feliciteren met hun 1e zoon en de grootmoeder (grootouders) met haar kleinkind.

This is the result/resultaat.

Acrylic on canvas 12x9.5inch (30x24cm).

Status: Sold/Verkocht

13 comments:

Azure Islands Designs said...

Your paintings are wonderful...so very life like...cheers H

janellegoodwin said...

Beautiful work. The sleeping infant is precious and you captured him so well.

Billy's Mom said...

Wow! What a beautiful work! Very nice!

KT said...

Heather, Janelle and Billy's mom, thanks for your kind words. Making portraits is not the easiest work, only very nicely to do. A painting, it is never actual ready. Until the next time, Greetings

ImagineImagine said...

I've never seen a painting done of such a tiny baby in such a modern style. Interesting concept - this realism. Better than a photograph.

JafaBrit's Art said...

you did a wonderful job with this, painting babies isn't easy in my estimation.

Distressing Delilah said...

just beautiful!

ssgreylord said...

Beautiful...

Robert said...

Great result, you must surely do some more for all the family, perhaps one a year?

Shinade said...

Wow you are good. Thanks for contacting me!!!

Vienne said...

Absolutely beautiful. I thought it was a photo for a moment, the painting is so realistic.

Lisa McGlaun said...

That's a gorgeous baby. I'm sure they are proud of the painting.

Aleta said...

Oh my! What an incredible painting! There is detail and shadowing that is remarkable!