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Painting Wedding Moments

by Caroline , April 1, 2010—12:00 AM

Topics: art business, commissioned art, composition, figures, watercolor

A collection of wedding scenes are painted in watercolor, a background of pink ribbon and scattered leaves on a purple background unites the moments. The largest vignette a traditional bride and groom pose; others include a view of the entire wedding party, cutting the cake, a detail of the back of the brides necklace, and the band. Others portray details of the setting.

This painting is not for sale, but I am available for commissions. This was a complex work. Any part of it could have been a painting in itself. The first dance at the reception also makes a lovely painting. A couple might cherish a painting of the church in which they were married, especially if it was the home church of both. Prices of an individual commission would vary depending on the media, size, and complexity of detail. I prefer to have been present or to have met the people, and I will not work from another photographer's copyrighted wedding photos. If unable to do my own reference photos for any type of commission, I will work from the client's own informal snapshots.



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