Commission a portrait in oils, pastel or pencil
Price of a commission depends on many factors:
The size and number of people in the portrait
The level of detail in the piece
Each commissions price is individual to the requirements of the client
How to go about requesting a commission?
Process of creating a commissioned portrait
Catherine works from photographs that she either takes herself or from a photograph of your choice. These photographs have to be of high resolution so that there is enough detail in the image to create a quality piece of art.
Catherine only uses high quality archival materials in her work to ensure the work is created to the highest standards.
Catherine Creaney is an award winning artist who has exhibited internationally. Her commissions range from private clients to Large Institutions. She works in a range of mediums, pencil, pastel and oil being preferred. She was commissioned by the Office of Public Works in Ireland to create a portrait of the Former Taoiseach (Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland) Enda Kenny (2018). Most recently Catherine has also been involved in creating a portrait for the Women on Walls Campaign. A campaign that seeks to make women leaders visible through a series of commissioned portraits, creating a lasting cultural legacy for Ireland. She was one of six artists commissioned to create a series of portraits of historical female leaders in medicine to be displayed in the Boardroom of the RCSI Dublin.
To begin the commission process you are welcomed to contact Catherine via email to discuss the commission