Custom 16 x 20 inch acrylic painting of a French Bulldog by Casey Lynn Hancock. This French portrait is complete with a gold leaf background and epoxy resin finish.
PORTRAIT OF SISTERS
Airbrushed 24x36 inch portrait of two sisters. This piece was requested by the father of these two beautiful girls. It was a present for his daughter’s 13th birthday. Her favorite color is yellow, so the father asked Casey to include yellow somewhere in the painting.
MAN IN BLUE
This 8 x 6 ft custom painting was created using acrylic paint and spray paint. Casey took this portrait photo of a man wearing a backwards baseball cap. She then manipulated the image to give it a “black hole explosion” effect before painted it.
Casey Received a request from a Marine Pilot. He wanted a 4 x 4 ft painting of a selfie he took while flying a jet. He told her to “paint it however you want” and that’s exactly what she did. The background is blue and green and the pilot is black on top and then fades into blue towards the bottom. Casey use a special paint to make the mask of the pilot’s helmet reflect when light hits it. She didn’t tell him about this detail prior to him picking it up. “It was worth the wait to see Ben’s reaction” Casey said.
SAN DIEGO SKYLINE
This 6 x 3 ft abstract interpretation of the San Diego Skyline was created using spray paint. After individually creating each shape, Casey finished this painting off with a high gloss epoxy resin to make the city shine. The top white portion is a matte white to create a strong contrast.
When asked to do this 16 x 20 inch portrait of Belgian Malinois in New York, Casey was excited to get started.
DEATH VALLEY SKATEBOARDER
Casey took this photo of a skateboarder in Death Valley and was commissioned to paint it afterwards. Every detail was taken into consideration to recreate her photo, including the skateboarder’s avocado socks. Casey wanted to keep the painting similar to her original picture, but wanted to use more vibrant colors for the sky and desert to really make this custom painting pop off the canvas. This 30 x 40 inch acrylic painting now resides in Australia.