“Royal Bath Crescent”- one of the places the client has traveled to
Rekindle Memories offers custom watercolor paintings for your home or space that represent something of who you are as an individual and what is memorable for you or your beloved. From your interests, to the favorite place that holds dear to your heart, to expressing your love to your special someone— your story is painted to life while you cherish the piece with your loved ones today and in the next generation to come. Whether you are celebrating your anniversary, birthday,wedding, graduation, housewarming, engagement or an important milestone in your life— Rekindle Memories will make your special occasion meaningful and memorable. View paintings here for your inspiration.
To begin, you will email me a high resolution photo(s) of a scene that you would like to be painted. We will then have a chat where you will share a bit of your story behind the photo and why it is significant for you or for your special someone. This is also the time to let me know about certain elements you would like or not like to be included. Email: lis(at)harmonythoughts(dot)com
I will bring my ideas on paper by creating a draft using pen for your approval. After that I will proceed with the custom watercolor painting and send it for you to approve before the artwork is shipped.
Your order includes:
- One original watercolor painting on acid free, 300 gsm watercolor paper
- A high resolution digital file of the artwork
- Certificate of authentication
- Artwork will be shipped flat in sturdy cardboard mailer
- Saunders Waterford 12(w) x 16(l) inches: starts at S$220 (160 usd)
- Daler Rowney 9 (w) x 12 (l) inches: starts at S$160 (118 usd)
“The art of Elisa Choi has a calming, tranquil effect on the viewer. I was so fortunate to be able to receive a small watercolor from her. The seascape is absolutely gorgeous and just exudes peace.” — Faye Hoover
“Elisa creates art with a delicate authenticity that is both honest and whimsical. I was delighted when she asked to turn a photograph of mine into a painting, and loved the end result so much that I simply had to have it. Now, every time I look at it I am transported back to the exact moment I took the original photo, and it never fails to make me smile. Elisa’s style has a fragility about it that manages to infuse her work with a nuance that is uniquely hers.” — Hannah Loaring