FAMILY & FRIENDS PORTRAIT

 
Gracie was friendly, prompt and professional, and her work was better than I could have envisioned. My husband and I love our beautiful pictures, which now have pride of place in our home.
— Katherine S.
 
Portrait for Mom
Imagination Portrait
Helen and Rose Portrait
Parmenter Family Portrait
 
 
 
 


what you get:

  • A beautiful, vivid print sent via mail
  • A high quality digital file of the final piece for personal use

sizes:

  • 5x7 (usually for 1-2 people)
  • 8x10
  • 11x14 (most popular!)
  • 13x19

how customized is it?

Each portrait package includes 3 review sessions where you get a chance to see the piece in progress and ask for changes. First I'll work up a few concepts for you--these are rough sketches to give a basic idea of layout, positioning of people, etc. You'll get to choose one and/or ask for changes. From there it's off to finished linework, where you'll start to see a higher resemblence to the people in your portrait, and will get another opportunity to ask for edits. Then it's just a hop skip and a jump through coloring the piece, and you'll once again be able to ask for tweaks to make everything just the way you like it!


time:

Each portrait varies based on the number of people and complexity of the piece, but most portraits take 3-4 weeks to complete.


how payment works:

I accept payments with PayPal, which makes it super easy! Once we agree on a quote for your project, I'll send you an invoice for the full amount, but it's your choice whether you'd like to pay in full up front, or put down a minimum 30% payment to get the projected started, and pay the final 70% once you've received all your final files.


the investment:

Portraits start at $425.00, shipping included.

Since each family (or friend!) group is different, prices vary. The exact price of your piece will depend a lot on the number of people in your group, the size of your final print, and whether or not you'd like the opportunity to ask for edits.

Want to know exactly what your dream portrait would cost (with no obligation to purchase, of course!)?