House Portraits

Charming House Portrait Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Here's a few of the house portraits I have painted.  They make awesome gifts!

I never liked the cold, architectural rendering style of portraits.  I feel like our homes have personalities all their own!  I played around with watercolor and ink and developed my own style that I think brings out the beauty of the house! 

Sort of like the difference between a drawing of a face in an anatomy book and how I see it!

This home is in my own neighborhood and I see it often when I walk my boxer dog, Sarge.  I painted it in watercolor and ink accents.

Home Portrait with Cats in the Window
And next is a favorite custom portrait of a house I painted.  I love the six cats' portraits in the windows, the fun old wood siding, and the gorgeous fall colors.
I do not charge extra for your pets, they are tiny, smaller than a dime in this size, but we get the "essence" of them!

Seattle House Portrait from my portfolio

Ready to Order a custom house portrait?  My pricing is below.  Thinking of a Christmas gift?  Please order early, I get booked earlier every year.  I can usually do rushes year round except at Christmas.
Are you a realtor, looking for the best closing gift ever?  Contact me for volume pricing.

House Portraits, Wedding Venues, Churches
Oil Paintings, Watercolor and Ink, Colored Pencil

8 x 10 - $145
11 x 14 - $175
16 x 20 - $215

Other sizes are certainly do-able and I will discount a multiples if ordered together.  Just email and let's discuss!

House Portrait Watercolor I painted of a Philadelphia Main Line Home

Galveston Beach House Custom Portrait Painting
Watercolor House Painting from photos

Custom Portrait with dogs and pet chicken

Custom Townhouse Portrait with cute window treatments

Custom Watercolor Home Portrait with Spring Garden and Chocolate Lab by me, Robin Zebley
I love how the huge tree in the very front of this yard in Minnesota frames the pretty white cottage!
Pretty Old House in Minnesota with white hydrangeas

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