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Select a product, upload a photo, and we'll find the best artist to paint "chapel paintings". You can browse chapel painting samples from real customers and artists.
Instapainting lets you get your photo painted or drawn by a real artist, starting at just $49. Just upload a photo and we automatically match you with an artist suited for your order who ships you the artwork. Most orders are delivered to your door within 3 weeks with expedited shipping. This gallery showcases real orders from real artists and customers.
Stephen G Leeds from Livermore,
★★★★★ • I recently received my sketch that one of your artists (Joy) did for me - Great Job! Throughout the project I seemed a little picky but Joy was incredibly patient and in the end she developed a great sketch. It is a colored pencil sketch of the church in Ireland where my Great Grandfather was baptized. All I had to go by was a current photo of the church I downloaded from the web. Joy was able to sketch the church as it probably would have appeared in the 1820’s (when he was baptized), i.e.she was able to eliminate any signs of modern day life such as cars and overhead electrical service lines etc. I (and my family) now have a great piece of art and family history - thank you again.
Dana P. Adams from Hartselle,
★★★★★ • My water color was just what I wanted. The artist made the change I requested and his work pleased my husband, who had a personal connection to the subject.
Christian Roeske from Toano,
★★★★★ • Great painting... colors were fantastic and the adjustment requests were timely and flawless. Highly recommend this artist for further work.
Mirtha Keszti from Kitchener,
★★★★★ • Hanna’s work is truly beautiful, I can’t help but smile when I see it!