Starmountain Art Artist Profile
I am an experienced artist interested in doing commissions. Mostly working in watercolor, I have illustrated commercially and taught art. I have degrees from Albertus Magnus college and Paier College of Art. Pets are something that I particularly enjoy painting for clients. I will look forward to doing commissions for interested people. The following are typical prices:
12 by 12 $89
12 by 16 $150
16 by 20 $175
18 by 24 $225
20 by 24 $250
Prices cited are for watercolors. Prices would be higher for acrylics or oils, and also if there is more than one subject in a portrait.
- Cheshire, CT, USA
RECENT ORDERS PAST 20 PUBLIC ORDERS
2/5 stars - I’ve tried to ask questions after I received the art and couldn’t get anyone to respond. Disappointing. There’s pencil marks on the edges. It came rolled and I don’t know how to flatten it.- Elizabeth from Johns Island
5/5 stars - Thank you so much! We received the painting and LOVE it! The way you captured Harley's eyes and his "being" is beautiful! Thank you again! :)- Glenna from Phoenix
2/5 stars - I expected an artistic interpretation of the photos I sent. Instead, I got a half-hearted attempt to copy them. The artist could not even center his attempt. The figures are oddly skewed to one side. I am no professional, but I believe I could have done as good a job -- or better -- myself. I think I was conned. This attempt was not worth the money I spent.- Kip from Fredericksburg
3/5 stars - The reason for ordering a painting -- instead of just mounting a photo -- is to obtain a unique perspective a talented artist can add to what he sees. This perspective was lacking in the painting submitted, which was simple a rough copy of the photo it was based on. The shapes of the heads were inaccurate, as well. I had expected more from a trained professional.- Kip from FredericksburgArtist's ResponseI am sorry that he was so unhappy. I would have worked on it more had I known that.
5/5 stars - The artist was highly responsive to changes I requested as the picture was developed like removing branches/trees from the original picture so parts of the house could be highlighted.- William from Rocky Hill