Creative portraits are a particular and unique typology of portraits. They are Alessandra's specialty and she puts part of her creative process into the realization of the work.
Alessandra proposes a specific type of creative portrait which includes paper inserts to better describe the subject; these inserts may include pages from novels, magazines, comics, sheet music, photographs and handwritten letters. It is also possible to insert gold, copper and silver leaves (authentic).
> See the Tales / Skin gallery for concrete examples.
Usually the price list applied to artistic portraits refers to the artist coefficient, which is 1.9. However, in order to make her work affordable the artist decided to lower the coefficient for commissioned creative portraits bringing it to 1.2.
Unlike classic portraits, the price does not vary according to the number of subjects to be portrayed.
Creative portraits are validated with the full signature (front and back) and accompanied by the Certificate of authenticity of the work. A photographic set or a time-lapse video of the work in progress is included in the price in order to see the whole creative process and keep a unique memory.
*The price is calculated, in mm, as follows: (base + height) * 1.2 = cost of the portrait.
OIL AND PAPER INSERTS
Full signature (front and back)
Certificate of authenticity of the artwork
Photo of the work in progress
Packaging and free shipping
TIME LAPSE VIDEO
of the realisation of the portrait.
for more informations
OIL AND PAPER INSERTS
> Black and white
> With the addition of paper inserts that describe the
subject (example: pages of books, novels, newspapers,
greeting cards, handwritten letters, photographs)
The oil portrait with paper inserts is a peculiarity of the artist, a unique style that led her to exhibit her works throughout Italy and abroad.
The inserts are, in fact, written traces that describe the personality and the life of the subject in the portrait; they reinforce its meaning and create a unique and totally personalized artwork.
Anything that is on paper can be applied as a background or as an integral part of the portrait: pages of novels, magazines, comics, musical scores, handwritten letters, greeting cards.