Grant is a two color block painting with neutral colors to match the nursery. Check out this painting in the nursery (see photo set).
The original sonogram shows the little girl's profile and foot.
Subdued peaches provide the soft palette for Juliet's strong graphic shapes.
Although the children are a couple of years apart, both paintings were completed at the same time to be displayed as a set.
Look at the fingers and toes!
Olive and beige create the color palette for Zane's Style A painting. An extra outline around the periphery of his shape was added for design interest.
The gender of Baby Callahan will be a surprise so a neutral color palette was chosen to be appropriate for the nursery. A translucent watery edge was added to the periphery of Baby Callahan's cloud-like shape to soften the appearance.
Look at the ear and toes!
The painting of Eliza has a bright turquoise blue to enhance the canvas wrap edges.
Look at these toes and fingers!
Orange sherbet and navy with cream colored pin stripe detail.
This bold and graphic method of manipulating the sonogram involves breaking up the image into flat shapes. Two values showing positive and negative space is most similar to the appearance of the unaltered sonogram. This is the most simple and minimal design for your painting.