42/52 A Portrait a Week

I apologize that the quality of these photos aren’t better.  It was a commissioned piece for my stepsister of my nephew, Jax.  I gave it to them at the family Thanksgiving.  She showed it to Jaxon who smiled and pointed at it making a happy noise.  She asked who it was and he said, “daddy”.  He does look a lot like his dad!

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IMG_9183My friend asked me what I call this new technique I’ve been doing.   All I could think of was rainbow explosion drawings.  There’s probably a better one out there…

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. Heidi Kouri says:

    That is so cool!!! And beautiful! Nice job, Harper~!!!

    1. harperleich says:

      Thanks! It was really fun. There was a moment when it stopped looking like him and I got really nervous. But then it came back to looking like him again- phew!

  2. cherriedale says:

    It is so light and has so much energy–it makes me want to breathe it in! It puts me in mind of friend and mentor Margaret Andersen’s work–and that’s a nice place to be–beautiful!

    1. harperleich says:

      Is that Margaret from MN? Who we had hanging in our house? If so, that’s a great compliment. If not, I need to look her up!

  3. Judy says:

    I am Jaxon’s great grandmother and that portrait is just beautiful/ it looks just like him.

    1. harperleich says:

      Thank you! I am so glad it captures him. It was a joy to draw.

  4. jimleich says:

    That’s our Jaxon! Love the colors, composition, and how well you captured him. From Facebook, it looks like a lot of people are interested in commissioning you. Congrats.

    1. harperleich says:

      Thank you! I would love that, I hope to do many more!

  5. Amelia the Person says:

    This is so beautiful! I love your new technique.

    1. harperleich says:

      Thanks! It’s a lot of fun.

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