Arabella Dorman Portraiture
Fine Art and Portrait Commissions
Arabella Dorman is an award winning, internationally renowned artist and one of
Britain’s leading portrait painters. Working from her studio in Chelsea, she
specialises in adult and children’s portrait commissions. In her own
words, “Painting a portrait
is to go on a thrilling, and often very beautiful adventure
with another person; there is nothing more exciting!”
Arabella enjoys a
prominent reputation as a public speaker and fundraiser. She was listed as one of BBC’s Top
100 Women and Salt Magazine’s 100 Most Inspiring Women. More recently she has been awarded as winner of the Oman Masterpiece, and short listed as Winner of Arts+Christianity.
Her humanitarian work has been profiled across national and
international television, radio and print, including New York Times, BBC,
CNN, Aljizeera, Radio 4, BBC World Service, and featured on the front
cover of The Times, The Guardian and The Sunday Times Magazine.
To read a blog written by Arabella click HERE
Directory Offer: 15% discount on children's portraits.
For more information visit: www.arabelladorman.com
M: 07702 177 064
"Her pictures are superb. Some bold and forthright in line and stroke, others sedate and still, in shadows. But all are spellbinding...” The Telegraph
am sure I shouldn't really say this but I do think the portrait is a
masterpiece … sitting for the portrait was great fun and I looked forward to
our sessions enormously.” Client
“Oh my goodness! It is so beautiful! I'm very very pleased with it – thank you so much!!” Client
you so much for producing such a beautiful portrait - and making the whole
experience so enjoyable." Client
most talked-about contemporary artwork in London right now”
The New York
Times (about Suspended)
pictures are superb. Some bold and forthright in line and stroke, others sedate
and still, in shadows.
But all are spellbinding...”
talk on Friday night was so moving and touched everyone who heard it.
You are an excellent speaker and your images coupled with your words made a
huge impression. Your talent is overwhelming."
you so much for coming to the Club to talk to us about your time in Afghanistan
and the work that went into 'Before the Dawn'. There was scarcely a dry eye in
the house when the film finished, before you even stood to talk. And I do know
that some very battle-hardened individuals were mightily moved. "
simple email to say thank you for your remarkable talk and your even more
remarkable work of Suspended which speaks
for itself. I sat at the back in wonder of your talents and left hearing your
tears and plea to look for the good in everything and everyone. Thank you
see my personality and characteristic physical presence and like it very much.
I am in awe of your talent"