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If you would like a 3D sculpted painting made to your liking, contact me, Ruth Collis, with your idea, send pictures, photos, links of similar sold paintings, or connect through contact form.
*No portraits, pets, or realism requiring exact representation.
*No copyrighted works by someone else.
*Must be 3-dimensional/textured work desired.
Not a painting matching your exact pet or child's photo with blue eyes & expression.
Yes, a painting of a random animal that allows creative expression, or a 3D animal print.
Yes, I will try to replicate a coral. It will be hard, but is the most exciting, so will overlook the difficulty.
Yes, flowers, plant life, garden themes, landscapes, coralscapes, & underwater scenes.
Yes, textured or sculpted abstracts.
Maybe mermaid themes if the hair & costume design can be of more focus & texture.
No nudity. No kids.
12x12 on 2 inch deep Cradled Panel
Customer wanted an owl similar in texture to her supervisor friend & loved how this one turned out.
9x12 on 3/4 inch Stretched Canvas
Customer made a studio visit and watched me paint the arch to her specs and chose her colors and wanted a painting of a place she visited for a nice memory.
9x12 on 3/4 inch Stretched Canvas Edges
Client wanted roses that had special meaning for him and his wife when they first met. This is a fine art painting used with cake decorating tips, and not frosting.
4x4 on 3/ inch Stretched Canvas
Birthday present to sister who immediately put it in her bathroom display collection.
Pieces fit on an 18x24 Canvas
This is a very unique painting started by not gluing the dried pieces down until happy with the painting. Shipping was too expensive, so Ruth shipped just the paint pieces out without the canvas frame for the painting to be assembled in home. This is what started the Impasto Pieces idea. This is the resulting piece the happy painting receiver completed.
16x24 on 1.5 inch Gallery Wrapped Stretched Canvas with Rounded Special Top
Client wanted a grape theme for his dental office.
Commissioned by a writer with painting title a play on words and wanting a dark theme. He chose firey colors and liked how it turned out.