Automotive Art in Leeds, a Special gift for the Special someone in Your Life
Choose automotive art in Leeds as a special gift for a special friend. For car aficionados, what could be better than a beautiful portrait of their favourite car? Perhaps it is the very first car they owned, or perhaps it is a particular sports car they are particularly fond of. A car portrait to grace the wall of their study or office can be a thoughtful and welcome gift. A portrait of a special car is a bespoke artwork of your special someone’s pride and joy. It will remind them of the thrill they felt when they first received their very own car.
A car is as unique and as individual as its owner. In Leeds, automotive art by Rob Hefferan is an artwork that replicates every detail. It makes it instantly recognisable as the owner’s special car. Rob Hefferan can work from a reference photo of the car, either supplied by yourself, or he can take the photograph. The photograph can be just of the car, or it can include the owner, or another person of your choice. With the owner of the car in the photo, it personalises the image even more. The painting will take approximately 6 weeks to complete, depending on the complexity. Once it is complete, a photograph will be taken and emailed to you for your approval. You’ll be delighted with the portrait.
Automotive art in Leeds includes the framing of the completed portrait. For more details on commissioning a stunning portrait of your favourite person’s favourite car, contact Rob Hefferan. A lover himself of fine automobiles, his automotive art is a passion. This is clearly evident in the style and intricacies of the detail applied to each automotive portrait. His painting process involves a number of carefully planned steps. From first carefully sketching the outline form, and the addition of shadows, tones and details, a truly remarkable portrait is born. Give a meaningful and lasting gift to a special person in your life. The memories and nostalgia will be immortalised forever in a beautiful original painting by Rob Hefferan.