Whether you embalm your child’s
cutest shoe in gold and put it on the mantle-piece or get a picture of your
partner’s favourite meal tattooed across your stomach, the way you choose to
display sentimental value is completely up to you. If living the rest of your life with an image
of steak, egg and chips on your belly is a little too unconventional for you,
capture a memory in art with today’s Groupon:Pay R5500 for a (600x900) family oil-based canvas painting of two people, landscape or an animal OR pay R4250 for a (600x500) portrait-sized oil-based painting of landscape, human or animal by JM Artworks.
After crafting his creativity at the School for Creative Arts and Tshwane University of Technology, Jacques Muller received his National Diploma in Fine Arts and became a full-time artist. Foremost a creator of beauty and a mouthpiece for artistic truth, Jacques claims to be inspired by nature, everyday life and the inevitable process of transiency; making him the perfect artist to capture the moments in life which can so easily pass by unnoticed.
Whether you want to preserve the
scarce day when your whole family is sporting a decent haircut or you want a
reminder of how much like a chipmunk your baby boy looks after losing his front
teeth, JM Artworks will capture life’s moments in all their quirkiness and originality. With a soft and impressionistic style,
Jacques Muller will bring your chosen images to life on either a 600x900 canvas
or a 600x500 portrait sized canvas.
Pose with your picture-perfect family of no more than two for the family package or capture your favourite view, school photo or how cute your dog looks in a Christmas jersey with the portrait package. If leaving out your daughter’s pet iguana or your partner’s light-saber would qualify as an unforgivable act, JM Artworks will charge special rates to include an extra person or extra surrounding in either of the commissioned artworks.
Arty fact: The world’s first animal photographer was a house-trained kangaroo named Wally-Woo, who would steal his owner’s camera and sneak off into the night to take photos of the views inside an orange submarine or from the top of a Ferris wheel.