Portrait Artist in Nottingham
Rob Hefferan is a portrait artist in Nottingham with a huge following, many of whom consider his works imminently collectable. When you think of portraits by Rob, don’t think about those of your ancestors. Those make you wonder if anybody ever had any fun in their life. No gloom for your portrait, unless of course, that’s what you want. Rob’s work is so diverse your portrait can be anything you want it to be. However, one thing is certain, it will be a stunning work of art you will treasure your whole life. The face in the portrait will be yours or of whomever, you commission the portrait. The backdrop is whatever you choose and Rob is almost as famous for his backdrops as for his portraits. It can be a real background like your office chair or you saddling up your horse. Or, it can be a scene for an altogether different location.
If you want to reveal the real you to your descendants go ahead and select a fantasy background. In Nottingham, portrait artist Rob Hefferan is not bound by tradition. On the other hand, his family portraits, particularly of young children, with or without parents, capture the eternal purity of youth, softened even further with tangible love that is reflected in the expression of each family member. A background of soft colour, just a hint of a sunset or rainbow truly makes these special portraits timeless. You don’t have to leave out the family pets either. Rob is an accomplished animal portrait artist. In fact, if the portrait you have in mind is of your beloved horse or dog then take a look at Robs Equestrian collection and the Wild Life collection.
Rob Hefferan, portrait artist in Nottingham, is gifted indeed and nowhere is that more clearly displayed than his wedding and anniversary portraits. Portraits are the perfect gift because they commemorate the occasion in a meaningful way. Let others give the espresso machine and china settings. Yours will be a timeless gift. Contact Rob Hefferan for a consultation regarding a special portrait for a loved one or yourself. He will be able to offer ideas regarding the execution of the portrait. This is an opportunity to view parts of his collections.