"You are a Masterpiece" Portraits are fine-art portraits of your children, that look like a beautiful rendition of a painting but with a modern 3D twist, created by the illusion of them coming out of the frame on the wall.
Exclusively at Storybook Studios...You won't find these portraits anywhere else. These stunningly unique portraits are masterfully crafted onto wall art to display in your home, for your children to be reminded every single day, how much they are loved and cherished...like true pieces of art. You will be investing in something no one could possible capture with a cell phone or snapshot.
After reserving your date with your deposit, we will contact you to get more information and schedule your date/time.
On the day of your session, your child will step into the magical Storybook Closet and pick out a one-of-kind-dress. Casey will guide her through the entire experience. Casey will purposefully guide your child into poses but let her freely be herself, to capture her true personality.
After the session, your child will probably talk about it for a couple weeks (sorry, not sorry ;)
You will come back to view the portraits at your Ordering Appointment. We will help guide you through the design process of choosing your wall art and other specialty products that you would like to display in your home.
You are investing in timeless portraits that will be cherished forever. Our A La Carte prints start at $85 and Collections start at $400.
The Making of "You are a Masterpiece" portraits.
This idea was born from one of our Fearless Spirit Model Crew Sessions...where I'm usually up until 2:00 a.m. the night before, creating whatever hair-brain idea I have for them. Originally called, "Step Outside the Frame", the idea came from a mixture of ideas. Old-world masterpiece paintings, modern 3-D art, wanting to teach them to think "outside of the box" of what art can be...and a wish to show these girls that THEY are the masterpiece.
I cut up pieces of canvas and used a pour technique with different acrylic paints to create 8 different "dresses". I let them (mostly) dry overnight and I made them into dresses when the girls got there in the morning. Therefore, making the girls into the pieces of art. The last one in the video is actually made out of a tutu and a dress made from tulle fabric. We placed them into my contraption that I made that would eventually look like a floating frame. This was one of my favorites!