Ever since Pamela Wildermuth (nee Richmond) was "hired" by her high school english teacher to paint an oil of his sailboat in 1965, she has been creating commissioned works for satisfied clients. She prefers to paint portraits of horses, but often includes the owners, or does additional portraits of horse owners' dogs, cats, birds, and even reptiles.
Commissioning an original work of art is easier than one might think. The first step is making contact and discussing what kind of end result is desired. Graphite (pencil) is an affordable medium, with prices for matted and frames works starting as low as $350.00. Oil paintings are more expensive and can vary greatly, depending on size, context and framing. A small oil head study usually starts at $500.
All commissioned works are created within the dictates of a Commission Agreement, which includes a preliminary design, a three-part payment plan, and access to the work in progress.
You can begin the process by simply e-mailing Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be happy to fill you in with details and can give you a free quote, with no obligation until work is begun.
Lee on Sierra
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