Nick Golebiewski accepts commissions for paintings in oil or gouache and for drawings in pen and ink, as well as embellished Xerox transfer works. Pricing is relative to size, style and complexity of subject, and optional services like source-image photography or framing.
Pictures of previous commissions are available below.
“Chimney Mountain in the Adirondacks, NY,” 2013 — commissioned by a couple for their wedding ceremony, depicting a mountaintop of personal significance to the couple.
“Carroll Gardens Brownstone,” 2013 — commissioned by homeowners of the brownstone they purchased, depicting the street of their new home.
“Staple Street,” 2014 — commissioned by a resident of TriBeCa, as a suite of sketch and photograph combinations, and a pen & ink drawing.
“Tribeca Rooftop”, 2015 — A drawing of the downtown New York skyline from a couple’s wedding venue by a wedding guest, started on site and finished in the studio in pen & ink.
“Ladies Pavilion in Central Park” — commissioned by guests in advance of the destination wedding to be held in Central Park’s Ladies Pavilion, designed by the architect Jacob Wrey Mould in an ornate Victorian style in 1871.
To inquire about a commission and receive an estimate, contact Nick: