The Real Housewives of New York City

CaroleforArtSite_5054Portraits as opposed to photos are timeless. I love doing them be they mixed media like this one of Carole Radziwill   or a more classical portrait such as the acrylic on canvas I do of both children and adults   .   Portraits add Mystery and warmth to a home. If they are of the Host or Hostess, a good one will let you discover a different side to  them. If they are of people that you don’t know, you can use your own imagination to create a whole story around them. Great artists such as Mark Kostabi  capture a depth of human  nature without any facial features I capture that in the facial features, each artist is different. When I had my Gallery I noticed Americans were much more reticent than other nationalities to put people on their walls, unless a portrait of their own child, prefering abstract paintings or out door scenes. I find  a person is a “paysage” equally as deep and as interesting as The Grand Canyon.  This  portrait of Carole Radziwill  and other portraits of mine were shown on The Real Housewives of New York City episode 10, 2017 filmed at the Vendome Gallery on Spring Street.   To discuss commissioning a portrait  call the number on the website:-


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2 Responses to The Real Housewives of New York City

  1. Bernarda says:

    I must agree with some truly intelligent point there. A portrait in a home reveals much about it’s owner, especially if the portrait depicts the owner him/herself. I human face is truly like a great landscape, the deeper you go the deeper it is. Inspiring reflection. Thank you.

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