Reserve your Vision Portrait spot below!
Only available through 1/25

  Whether you've picked a Word for 2021, made goals for how you want to grow, or simply realize that you need to continue forward on your path, Vision Portraits capture and remind you of who you want to be in a beautiful way.

The portrait to the right is based on the phrase "Patient Endurance"; the Mother of Thousands plant is a succulent, which means "Endurance", and also references the subject's children. The Elephant is a reminder of patience and taking a long, deep breath. The colors swirl between the dark headspace of anxiety and the bright, hopeful future; a reminder of hard things fought through, and the ability to keep moving forward.

Your portrait can use the Language of Flowers as well, or we can choose animals or other imagery that is meaningful to you.

I have limited openings for 3-5 people who want to create unique Vision Portraits of their own!

Reserve your spot now!


Jessica J.

I am SO thankful to have a personality portrait

of my children when they were a toddler and baby.

Their relationship has always been precious,

but Holly captured where they were in

their stages of development, their personalities,

and their love for each other in their

personality portrait. I am thankful to have these

paintings to pass on to my children when

they grow up, and to look back on as

our family matures.


Maralee B.

Holly somehow manages to infuse your feelings into her artwork so it perfectly represents what you’re wanting to capture. She puts surprise details and hidden meanings into her work that provide layers of meaning. It makes the picture so much more special than just a literal rendering. It’s just so perfect. The whole process was so therapeutic.

Vision Portrait Commissions range in price from $150 to $1200 depending on size; your reservation fee is half up front.

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reserve your spot!



about my process?

My Commission Process

   Working with me is incredibly easy, and usually follows these steps:

I. We'll have a one-on-one chat, via email, phone, or video, to discuss your ideas for the painting

II. I'll create sketches based on our discussion and on any reference photos you provide

III. I'll suggest colors and imagery that I think will add deeper meaning to the portrait, if you don't already have some in mind.

IV. I'll show you sketches, both in pencil and digital color mockups, to make sure we're on the same page before I ever touch brush to paper.

V. I'll send you process pictures as I work, keeping you in the loop all along the way.

VI. You'll get final approval before I carefully wrap up your painting and ship it to you!