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John's custom portraits are a wonderful way to capture favorite family photos creating a lasting family keepsake. All portraits come in a museum quality mat to prevent yellowing and are done in a standard dimension of 16" x 20" format unless otherwise negotiated at the time of the commission. To find out how to commission your own illustration "click" on the "Ordering Process" ikon above.

This drawing of Curt Schilling entitled "Bloody Sock" was a Christmas present for my wife Diane completed in December 2007. The drawing is done in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of David Ortiz was commissioned by George Phipps Jr. to be auctioned as part of a fund raising benefit to aid a friend in need. Completed on 4/18/2007. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Curt Schilling completed in 2007 was a donation to the annual McPherson Benefit Golf Tournament. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Josh Beckett was comissioned by George Phipps Jr. Completed on 8/21/2007. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait was a gift given to my good friend Jim in memory of his brother Peter. Completed on 3/21/2006. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Jason Varitek completed in 2006 was a donation to the annual McPherson Benefit Golf Tournament. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
These portraits were a birthday gift for my good friend Bob done in 2005 to celebrate three generations of his families attendance to Holy Cross College in Worcester, Ma. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of our dog Jingles was a Christmas gift to my wife Diane done in 2005. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
These portraits were an 80th Birthday Gift for my Mom completed in June of 2005. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
These portraits of Sarah and Logan were commissioned as a Christmas present in 2005. The drawing a is 18" x 24" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
These portraits of George, George Jr. Ashley and Val were commissioned as a Christmas present completed in 2005. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
These portraits of Sarah and Jason were a wedding gift completed in 2005. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
These portraits of George, Lindsey, Ashley, and Val were a Christmas Gift to my Mother- In-Law completed in 2004. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Teddy Bruschi completed in 2005 was a donation to the annual McPherson Benefit Golf Tournament. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Domonique Marchand was commissioned in 2005. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Ashley Laflamme was commissioned in 2005 as advertisement. It is currently on display at the Mendon Dance Center dance studio in Mendon, Ma. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of a hunter with his mountain lion was commissioned in the fall of 1993. It was done from photos actually taken at the site where the lion was harvested. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Boomer Hayden was my entry in the 1992 Massachusetts Archery and Primative Firearms stamp design contest. The this drawing was a runner up in the contest that year. It ultimately became a commission purchased by Boomer's son Dennis Hayden. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Boomer Hayden's wife and dog was commissioned in the fall of 1991. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Jerry and his bear was commissioned as advertisement in 1989 and was on display at Jerry's bait and Tackle in Milford, Ma. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of the Golden Retriever was commissioned in 1994. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of my firend Skip Walker with his first deer was commissioned in 1990. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
This portrait of Skip's friend and his first deer was commissioned in the fall of 1990. The drawing a is 16" x 20" image drawn in Prisma Color Pencil on acid free museum quality paper.
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