Personalized Portraits by Artist Mitch Mortimer Make The Perfect Gift




Most of my readers know that I lost my baby brother several yeas ago. And most of you know how devastating it was for me and my family. Especially my parents. Many of us have experienced the loss of a friend, beloved family member or pet, and we all know how heartbreaking it can be. Artist Mitch Mortimer offers a beautiful way in which we can view and cherris our missed loved ones with Personalized Pet and People Portraits.

FMaxwell 102613Mitch recently sketched a portrait of my brother Frank. He did a beautiful job. I wasn’t able to send him the best picture to work with and yet he was able to sketch this image of my brother in elaborate detail! This will make the perfect gift as well. While I plan to give this portrait of my brother to my niece (my brothers daughter) for Christmas, Mitch is also PAINTING one for my mother. It will mean the world to her. She has missed her son dearly. Still she cries for him. She’s getting older and I know that she may not have a lot of time left, but beautiful memory portraits like this can add joy to ones life. I’m so proud of this portrait and I’m so proud to be able to give these gifts to the two people I feel will cherish them the most. Artist Mitch Mortimer has made this possible. And while he may not know it, his talent is going to warm the hearts of many more for many years to come.

Mitch also creates beautiful animal portraits too. For many of us, our pets are just as much a part of our family and sometimes more than the people in the family. I know my dog Harley is the queen of the family. And of course she knows it too. I don’t know what I’ll do when she is gone. It will be a sad, sad day. If you have a loved one in your life that just adores their pet you can give them a gift they will cherish a lifetime Storm Drawing A personalized animal portrait from Mitch   Mortimer.

“Mitch Mortimer has been commissioned by numerous individuals and corporations, including non profits that often sell his paintings in auctions to raise money for their causes. He enjoys working as a part time marketing consultant working with companies all over the world, while spending most of his time pursuing his true passion for the arts with his pencil drawings and passion for painting”. While this portrait is not of my Harley girl it looks just like her! Look at the amazing detail! Wow!

“Artist Mitch Mortimer not only draws these beautiful personalized people portraits and animal portraits but he also paints Lyrical Paintings. With a love for colors, Mitch has always painted with the intent of expressing emotion through color and paint in using a fusion color palettes to communicate expression. What he is best known for is his lyric paintings. A life long music fan, Mitch began to create series of lyric paintings that combine song lyrics with bold imagery creating evocative canvases that have special meaning to their collectors”

If you’re looking for the perfect gift to give, or if you’d like to have a portrait of your love one sketched contact Artist Mitch Mortimer. His work is stunning!

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Artist Mitch Mortimer has been generous enough to offer one lucky Mom Blog Society Reader a chance to win a personalized person or pet portrait! Simple click the image below to enter via the Rafflecopter! GOOD LUCK!




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  1. His work looks excellent. I love that he tries to capture an expression or emotion in his portraits. I also love that he can do this with pet portraits too.

  2. I love the portrait of the dog. Such detail and personal expression. My son has a wonderful dog and would be very happy to get a portrait of Recon!!

  3. candy kratzer wenzel on

    I wish I had talent like this. My cat Herman is my furry friend that would be the perfect subject to draw.

  4. His drawings are very expressive; he seems to be able to capture the subject’s nature. It is almost as if they are looking out at me.
    I like that he works with non-profit organizations so they can raise money.

  5. Hey Everyone, LaDonna asked me to take a look at the review and i wanted to extend a thank you to you all for the wonderful comments, I appreciate you all…Thank you

  6. Barbara A. Ramirez on

    I wish I could draw as well as he does@ To capture those people or animals around us who we love so much is a pricelsss testimony to how much we love them. His work is stunning and i would love to have him do a protrait for me@

  7. Very nice work to treasure for a lifetime. I aspired to be an artist myself during my younger years but opted to have babies instead. I’ve always wondered where life would have taken me. Obviously this always stirs my interest in others works.

  8. I think his work is so beautiful! As an animal lover I appreciate that such a great artist is willing to do pictures of animals. I love love love his work!!

  9. I love his art! I would love to have a portrait of my 3 dogs since I cans seem to get the family together for a pic! Love This!

  10. This is a great gift! The work looks so very lifelike and to have a loved one memorialized in this way would be priceless.

  11. I admire people that can draw like this. They look so perfect. I agree this would be a perfect gift!!

  12. Beautiful art! In the giveaway post, it mentioned he loves music. I would love to get a piece that combined music and animals, two of my favorite things.

  13. Kimberly Schotz on

    What beautiful portraits. I appreciate all the detail. It would be a lovely way to remember a loved one.

  14. Cheryl Chervitz on

    I really like his work. I would love to have my pets done so I can always remember them.

  15. What a beautiful gift! I love giving people personalized items like these. and that dog picture above looks so much like my own dog. so cute.

  16. So sorry to hear about the passing of your brother. I actually just entered your sketch giveaway, and then came here and read that the example portrait is of your baby bro. My nephew passed away suddenly 7 years ago. I completely understand the devestating loss for you, and for your parents as well! Mitch’s art, I’m sure, must mean more than words can express.