Capturing that moment
I was in Australia for a few weeks to enrich my horizon, when my hostess came to me telling me that her friend's dog passed away. They had a picture of the dog and wanted me to draw a black and white drawing for them. When I was commissioned to work on this unique project, I couldn’t have been happier to do so. Working on it enabled me to use my knowledge and skills to help these people cope with their loss. Since then I have made more of these kinds of drawings. If you’re interested in learning more about this project,
With each project I’m involved in, I see to it that it’s undertaken efficiently — from the initial brainstorming session and first rounds of sketches to the final illustration. With sketches, I focus on the little details of the person in front of me, but with watercolor, I broaden my horizon to look at the bigger picture. Playing with different colors to convey emotion.
This project was one that was very personal to me. Having always dreamed of becoming an artist, I wanted this project to portray something that I could barely even put to words, let alone on paper. I want to convey my feelings of perseverance onto a canvas that I was unable to fill with the sketches on paper.
Contact me to learn more about my work and I’ll be happy to assist you.