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Commissioned painting on custom sized canvas by artist Andy Peutherer, Scotland
Commissioned painting on custom sized canvas by artist A Peutherer

I have completed commissioned paintings and various art related projects for a huge variety of clients

From murals, installations & paintings commissioned by global companies & City Councils such as Wholefoods Market to Glasgow City Council & Skypark Properties

To teaching young people & adults painting & art with community arts projects all over Scotland

Some commission client examples

– Hotels, interior designers, bars and restaurants requiring unique and contemporary paintings and prints for various rooms and spaces

– Couples having their favourite view painted as a reminder of their proposal somewhere awesome

– Grooms, brides, friends or relatives commissioning a painting as a wedding gift

– Climbers, campers, hill walkers, boarders, skiers and other mountain lovers getting their all time favourite Munro or Scottish place transformed into a painting on canvas

-Customers crofts, houses, cottages company head offices & other buildings, although i swear i cant paint another slate tile again after the VW Camper Van & house

I am always happy to take on commissioned work if i am confident in the meeting a completion date if requested

Please contact me for more specific information if i haven't covered any of your questions in the guide below

My guide to commissioning artwork

– I really do understand that this is not a ‘normal’ thing to do and understand you may have lots of questions be nervous in asking

– No question is a stupid question , just ask

– I totally DO NOT expect people to be familiar with costs involved and the way commissioning works

– Meeting in person is always the ideal way to figure out a plan, but if that’s not possible, a wee chat on the phone or email is all good too

– It is best to give me an idea of your budget straight away, this gives me an idea of what is possible & we can work from there

– The cost of a commissioned painting will roughly depend on factors such as size, materials required & the subject matter involved.  However I always try and offer something to suit everyone’s budget

– All I require is an idea or some photographs & we can start from there

– I can sometimes also visit a location to take photographs

Once i have an idea of your budget & subject matter for the work i can offer you a choice of sizes and formats including bespoke framing if required

– We can discuss colours & styles of painting. Really helps if you can give me examples of previous paintings of mine or other artists you like elements of

– These or anything else on this website should give you an idea of what is possible

– To view some of my other more abstract, urban and graffiti mural work visit my other site here

– If you would like a reference or feedback from any of my clients just ask

I can also make you a mockup image from a photograph of your space to give you an idea of size of work you would need, style & colour etc

See my Try Before You Buy / Mockups page for lots more information & examples

Please contact me for more specific information if i haven't covered any of your questions in the guide
Some examples of previously commissioned paintings are below

Some examples of commissioned paintings and artwork

The Isle Of Skye from The Isle Of Raasay original painting in a dark oak wooden floating frame

This painting was commissioned as a wedding present by the groom to his wife.

The couple were married on Raasay and love the are around the North West Highlands & Hebridean islandspainting as a wedding anniversary gift

VW Camper Van - A Commissioned abstract Painting of a clients house and latest camper van refurbishment

This painting was commissioned by a private client of is house & a recent addition to his VW Camper Van collection

A commissioned painting of an croft house on South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

This painting was commissioned by a private client of his wifes family croft on the island

The painting was taken with them when they emigrated to Australia as something special to remind them of home

The croft is in disrepair but in a stunning location, has real character & been in the family for a very long time

Commissioned painting of Loch Lomond, Scotland on split canvas by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Image provided by the client

Commissioned painting on a double canvas of Loch Lomond

Painted with strong vibrant blues as a ‘must’ for a couple now living in Amsterdam as a reminder of home
Mixed media including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint on canvas for a

The double canvas painted around the edges gives a great 3 dimensional effect when viewed at many angles

The split in canvases also filled the space perfectly, and saved the clients some costs on shipping as a bonus

Commissioned canvas painting of The Cuillin from Elgol on The Isle of Skye


Painted with very strong vibrant colours & my abstract & graphic style as a priority for a clients holiday home in the small hamlet of Elgol
The house overlooks The Black Cuillin mountains across Loch Scavaig
Mixed media including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint on deep edged canvas

Commissioned canvas painting of The Isle of Mull from Ganavan Sands Beach, Oban, Scotland

Commissioned canvas painting of Mull from Ganavan, Oban Scotland by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Image provided by the client

Painted for a couples favourite beach in Scotland, Ganavan Sands near Oban on the West Coast

Deep purples, blues and a little pink and plenty of moody atmosphere over The Isle of Mull required
Mixed media including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint on deep edged canvas

Commissioned canvas painting of The Isle of Mull from Ganavan Sands Beach, Oban, Scotland

Painted for a couples favourite area and island in Scotland, Jura and its Paps from Tayvallich on the West Coast

They requested my atmospheric style with loads of orange and blues on a long, narrow panoramic canvas
Mixed media including oil paint and acrylic paint on deep edged canvas

Commissioned canvas painting of The Isle of Mull from Ganavan Sands Beach, Oban, Scotland

Painted for a customer as a present for her boyfriens who is a snowboarder

Asked for a bit of boarding and dramatic Cairngorm style mountains in my abstract graphic approach

Mixed media including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint on deep edged canvas

Commissioned spray painted mural for Whole Foods Market, Giffnock, Glasgow, Scotland

I was contacted by Whole Foods Market to decorate their huge walls at the rear of the building with company images

This was the week before the company opened their 1st store in Scotland, possibly the UK

Work had to be quick and all hours through the night to meet the deadline

Required tons of spray paint, a cherry picker & scaffold tower

Perfect job, tidied up and open on time

Commissioned canvas painting of The Callanish Standing Stones,
Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotlandd

Commissioned by a Lewis man who works offshore most of the year and wanted a dramatic reminder of home and The Stones

This was a huge canvas for his huge flat on Glasgows River Clyde

Loads of dark and brooding earthy colours and graphic outlines were requested for the stones and peat land

A typically stormy autumn sky in blues and my style

All the mediums including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint & more on deep edged canvas

Commissioned canvas painting of the hotel a couple were married at on Loch Awe, The Ardanaiseig by Taynuilt

A friend of a couple who were married on the banks of Loch Awe at The Ardanaisaig Hotel, Kilchrenan, Scottish Highlands commissioned this one

This is their view across Loch Awe

I worked in my style as requested on photographs supplied by the client and from my own to create the perfect Wedding Gift which was a complete surprise for the married couple
They were and still are over the moon with the canvas

All the mediums including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint & more on deep edged canvas

These next two canvas paintings were commissioned for wedding gifts after finding my original one displayed online

The Ardanaiseig Hotel, - Commissioned painting of The Ardanaiseig Hotel, Kilchrenan, Loch Awe, Scottish Highlands.
Looking towards The Ardanaiseig Hotel, across Loch Awe

Both clients were married on the lawn in front of the Hotel with views across the Loch towards Ben Cruachan

Commissioned painting of The Ardanaiseig Hotel, Kilchrenan, Loch Awe, Scottish Highlands.
Commissioned painting of The Ardanaiseig Hotel, Kilchrenan, Loch Awe, Scottish Highlands.

Commissioned canvas painting of The Mighty Buachaille, Glencoe

Commissioned by a couple of hill walkers / mountaineers as the painting they saw at an exhibition of mine had already sold

They were looking for the same earthy colour scheme and comic book style graphic outlines etc

The famous and much loved Buachaille Etive More with Glen Etive & Glencoe  needed to be bold, towering over the dark Rannoch Moor

A typically stormy autumn sky in bluesagainst the sharply outlined mountains

All the mediums including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint & more on deep edged canvas

Commissioned canvas painting of Arran & Ailsa Craig from Troon

Commissioned by a well known TV scientist who now lives in the South of England

He commissioned me to paint his favourite view across to Arran from his home town of Troon

I was free to tackle this as i liked and in the end created something pretty different with a few new techniques learned along the way

Customer was very pleased and myself

This one was big and involved all the mediums including oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint & more on deep edged canvas

Commissioned canvas painting of Benachie Hill in Aberdeenshire

Commissioned Client asked for a painting across Loch Of Skene in Aberdeenshire to Benachie

This was a special present as a 60th Birthday gift

Bright, rich and vibrant colours requested in my style of the day

Mediums included oil paint, acrylic paint, inks and spray paint on deep edged canvas

 

 

 

An original commissioned painting of Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands.

An original commissioned painting of Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands.

 

 

An original commissioned painting of Pease bay, East Lothian, Scotland.An original commissioned painting of Pease bay, East Lothian, Scotland.


An original commissioned painting of Pease bay, East Lothian, Scotland.

 

An original commissioned painting of Glencoe, Scotland.

An original commissioned painting of Glencoe, Scotland.

 

Commissioned mural painting of St Andrews Beach & Town, Scotland - painting by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Commissioned mural painting of St Andrews Beach, Fife, Scotland - painting by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Commissioned mural painting of Machrihanish, Argyl, Scotland - painting by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Commissioned painting of Ben Arkle & Ben Stack, Kinlochbervie, Sutherland, Scottish Highlands - painting by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Commissioned painting of a cottage in Glasgow, Scotland - painting by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
Commissioned painting of Rannoch Moor & The Buachaille, Scotland - painting by Scottish artist Andy Peutherer
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