Wellington, FL – February 5, 2014 – Louise Mellon is well known for her brightly-colored, impressionist, whimsical and sometimes downright funny art. Mellon’s recognizable work is often seen on the covers and pages of equestrian publications. Hiring Mellon for a commission is a departure from the norm.
“Most artists ask for half up front,” Mellon said. “I don’t ask for a deposit. The client has the choice of seeing the work in progress or, if they prefer, to have the work unveiled as a surprise when it is complete. If they love the piece and are completely satisfied, they pay the fee in its entirety at pick up. Their satisfaction is the most important element of the process.”
With a Louise Mellon commission, if for some reason the client doesn’t completely love their painting, they have the option to pass on the purchase. The only stipulation is that they agree that Mellon may sell it to another collector if they opt not to buy.
“My style and technique are different than the typical equestrian artist,” said Mellon. “My commission policy allows me the freedom to create really unique, collectable work.”
To commission a work with Louise Mellon and learn more about the artist, visit Louise Mellon’s website at: http://louisemellon.com/
Friend and collector Bruce Duchossois will host a private, invitation only showing of Mellon’s work at International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington, FL, on March 19.
About Louise Mellon Mellon was born to a family
of artists who encouraged her creativity. She was raised in Middleburg, VA, where she rode and drove horses. Mellon’s keen visual sense led her to a career as a commercial photographer and artist. Her work has been seen branding numerous products and covers of prize lists, racing programs and publications. She flew airplanes, helicopters and aerobatics, has resided in several parts of the country, and has traveled the world studying fine art. She has served on several boards, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and the Collector’s Committee of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA. She moved to Aiken, SC, and custom-built a very special studio, where she works, welcomes visiting artists and hosts local events. Mellon’s unique view of the world is demonstrated through all her work. Her style is instantly recognizable and certain to bring enjoyment, laughter and wonder.
For more information visit Louise Mellon’s website at: http://louisemellon.com/
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