In this article, we are going to talk about why you should commission a memorial painting to honor your loved one and their memory.
A memorial painting can express things in a way that a photograph alone cannot. The photo captures a moment, yes, and can do so perfectly. A painted portrait — especially at the hands of a true artist — can portray much more.
What do you want your legacy to be? Leaving a legacy to your children and family is an important consideration. As you make arrangements for the end of your life, you will be consulting a lawyer, writing a will, signing advance directives, planning the funeral, and more.
But what does all of it mean?
This is where you may want to consider a legacy project as a way to help tell the story and meaning of your life.
Where can I find an artist to draw a memorial portrait?
When a loved one dies and is buried, there remains a gaping, aching hole in your life. After the funeral is over, once the flowers have dried and the baked casserole leftovers have all been consumed, visiting relatives trickle away and life (for everyone else) returns to normal. But not for you.
Grief will continue in many forms. One expression of grief is a desire to memorialize the decedent, to honor their memory in a way that captures a sense of their personality, vitality, life, and passion. This can be done in many different ways:
See what we did there? Hand blown glass art cremation urns that will blow your mind… right?! Right?!
OK, bad jokes aside, these glass cremation urns really are truly exceptional. Each piece is crafted individually by hand from start to finish in Oregon. With these cremation urns, the tradition of artistic glass blowing is brought to bear on funerals and memorials in a very special way.