Tuesday, February 26, 2008
An article about portraiture appeared in the Asheville Citizen-Times newspaper and included an interview with Vadim Bora in the piece. It explains the procedure of commissioning a portrait and makes the point that it is not only a domain for the "rich and famous," but rather for anyone who wants to capture the image of a loved one at a certain point in time, create a memory, or leave behind an enduring legacy. Vadim is the one artist mentioned who can create portraits in both two and three dimensions.
The article, written by arts reporter Paul Clark, also includes a number of other Asheville portrait artists, or those who accept portrait commissions in addition to their other work. The following is a link to the article: