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The Photo to Canvas Alternative You’ll Love

A custom hand-painted portrait: the perfect alternative to transferring a photo to canvas!

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From scrapbooks to home videos, there’s plenty of ways to preserve beautiful memories in your home. However, all too often people resort to the traditional photo to canvas option when looking for a sentimental home decor piece. On the other hand, we offer you the unique opportunity to commission a professional and talented artist to bring a special memory to life on canvas--with a custom hand-painted portrait! Submit a photo, select a medium, and you’ll have the perfect new addition to your home in a matter of a few weeks.
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Medium: Oil
Size: 8" x 10"
Subject : 1 Person
Total $199
Only 20% Deposit due now: $40 Remaining balance after painting approval
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Painted for Roxanne  Oakland , CA

Painted for Roxanne  Oakland , CA
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Painted for Melissa  Chester, VA

Painted for Melissa  Chester, VA
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Painted for Gary  Boyds, MD

Painted for Gary  Boyds, MD
 ORIGINAL PHOTO
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Oil 20"x24"

"I thought I would share with you a little more about the painting we purchased. My 9-yo daughter has asked f..."

Painted for Rodney  Bedford, NH

"I thought I would share with you a little more about the painting we purchased. My 9-yo daughter has asked for a puppy pretty much since she could speak, write, or whatever other communications means she could use to convey her desire. Finally, at the end of 2017 we brought a 6-mo old dog into the family. She finally had her 'sister,' Trixie. For a few days in March of this year, Trixie was waking up in the middle of the night. Finally, at 1:30a one morning, she woke up and became sick... long story short, by 4pm she was in a hospital in Boston and by 8pm I was bringing my daughter down from NH to 'say goodbye'. We'll never know exactly what happened to Trixie, but we all missed her terribly; none of us of course so much as my daughter Gemma. Six weeks later after she returned from spring break with her mother, I surprised her with a painting from your company - amazing rendering of both her and Trixie, the image expertly blended from two photos. The painting was so perfect, in fact, that the shock and surprise on her face turned almost immediately to tears, as she broke down sobbing uncontrollably with the memory of her deceased 'sister'. A week or two later I asked her if she wanted to see the painting again, and she said No, tears returning to her eyes. Her mother and I think that perhaps as she connects with a new puppy we received last week, she'll reflect on her time with Trixie without sadness, and we can bring the painting out again. But, for now, it sits in its tube in my basement, patiently waiting it's time to bring the memory of Trixie back into the family. After receiving your email I discussed with Gemma whether she would be willing to have her likeness (and Trixie's) shown on your website. She thought that would be a nice memorial to Trixie, even if we didn't have the painting shown in our own home. So, unfortunately, I won't be sharing with you pictures or video of her reaction with the painting (which is beautiful, of course). But "

Painted for Rodney  Bedford, NH
 ORIGINAL PHOTO
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Painted for Courtney  Ridge, NY

Painted for Courtney  Ridge, NY
 ORIGINAL PHOTO
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Oil 30"x40"

Painted for Julie  louisville, KY

Painted for Julie  louisville, KY
 ORIGINAL PHOTO
cat art
Oil 11"x14"

Painted for Melissa  Chester, VA

Painted for Melissa  Chester, VA
 ORIGINAL PHOTO
photo to oil painting little girl with small dog
Oil 20"x24"

"I thought I would share with you a little more about the painting we purchased. My 9-yo daughter has asked f..."

Painted for Rodney  Bedford, NH

"I thought I would share with you a little more about the painting we purchased. My 9-yo daughter has asked for a puppy pretty much since she could speak, write, or whatever other communications means she could use to convey her desire. Finally, at the end of 2017 we brought a 6-mo old dog into the family. She finally had her 'sister,' Trixie. For a few days in March of this year, Trixie was waking up in the middle of the night. Finally, at 1:30a one morning, she woke up and became sick... long story short, by 4pm she was in a hospital in Boston and by 8pm I was bringing my daughter down from NH to 'say goodbye'. We'll never know exactly what happened to Trixie, but we all missed her terribly; none of us of course so much as my daughter Gemma. Six weeks later after she returned from spring break with her mother, I surprised her with a painting from your company - amazing rendering of both her and Trixie, the image expertly blended from two photos. The painting was so perfect, in fact, that the shock and surprise on her face turned almost immediately to tears, as she broke down sobbing uncontrollably with the memory of her deceased 'sister'. A week or two later I asked her if she wanted to see the painting again, and she said No, tears returning to her eyes. Her mother and I think that perhaps as she connects with a new puppy we received last week, she'll reflect on her time with Trixie without sadness, and we can bring the painting out again. But, for now, it sits in its tube in my basement, patiently waiting it's time to bring the memory of Trixie back into the family. After receiving your email I discussed with Gemma whether she would be willing to have her likeness (and Trixie's) shown on your website. She thought that would be a nice memorial to Trixie, even if we didn't have the painting shown in our own home. So, unfortunately, I won't be sharing with you pictures or video of her reaction with the painting (which is beautiful, of course). But "

Painted for Rodney  Bedford, NH
 ORIGINAL PHOTO
how to turn a picture into a painting
Oil 30"x40"

Painted for Julie  louisville, KY

Painted for Julie  louisville, KY
 ORIGINAL PHOTO