Digital painting is a method in which the artist uses a computer and stylus to transform a photograph with digital brushstrokes to create an image that appears to have been traditionally painted. The advantages of a digital painting are that it can be re-sized and printed on any medium desired, it can be completed at a lower cost than traditional oil or acrylic painting, and there’s a faster turn-around time since nothing needs to dry. The painting process is so forgiving that even a small cell phone image can be turned into a frame-able work of art.

This is not a simple filter. It takes hours to bring out details in the reference photographs, clone out backgrounds, and then meticulously build up layers of digital “paint” with different sized brushstrokes and textures. Each image is absolutely unique.

Once completed, the painting is printed on canvas or fine art paper, framed as desired, and delivered to the customer’s door.