'A "self-taught" artist mainly in to drawing and sketching different subjects Wildlife and thought expression just using graphite pencils
Individual artists mainly in to drawing and sketching. We provide a wide rage of Drawings along with fine prints (Customization is also available). We are also available for commission work.

Why Choose Us

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Honest and Dependable

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We Are Always Improving

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We Are Passionate

Skills with Perfection

DryBrush Portrait

Charcoal Sketch 

Oil Portrait

80%

Canvas Painting 

We Do

You can visit my studio to view any art work in flesh before you proceed with a commission. I will be more than happy to welcome you.

Portrait 

In Fine Art, a portrait can be a sculpture, a painting, a form of photography or any other representation of a person, in which the face is the main theme. Traditional easel-type portraits usually depict the sitter head-and-shoulders, half-length, or full-body. There are several varieties of portraits, including: the traditional portrait of an individual, a group portrait, or a self portrait. In most cases, the picture is specially composed in order to portray the character and unique attributes of the subject.

Charcoal 

is a form of dry art medium made of finely ground organic materials that are held together by a gum or wax binder or produced without the use of binders by eliminating the oxygen inside the material during the production process. These charcoals are often used by artists for their versatile properties, such as the rough texture that leaves marks less permanent than other art media. Charcoal can produce lines that are very light or intensely black, while being easily removable, yet vulnerable to leaving stains on paper. The dry medium can be applied to almost any surface from smooth to very coarse. Fixatives are often used with charcoal drawings to solidify the position to prevent erasing or rubbing off of charcoal dusts.


There are various types and uses of charcoal as an art medium, but the commonly used types are: Compressed, Vine, and Pencil.

Pastels

Pastel sticks or crayons consist of pure powdered pigment combined with a binder. The exact composition and characteristics of an individual pastel stick depends on the type of pastel and the type and amount of binder used. It also varies by individual manufacturer.

Dry pastels have historically used binders such as gum Arabic and gum tragacanth. Methyl cellulose was introduced as a binder in the twentieth century. Often a chalk or gypsum component is present. They are available in varying degrees of hardness, the softer varieties being wrapped in paper.

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