Patrick Morrow has quickly developed a reputation as a top-quality portrait artist with his astounding attention to detail and the jaw-dropping likeness captured in his artwork.
What makes Patrick such an enigma is that he is not a trained artist but it is obvious that he has an exceptional gift.
Perhaps this is why some of the biggest companies in the world have sought his unique talent and he has already produced artwork for the likes of Qantas, Smiths, Sanitarium, Channel 4, Manchester Airport, Arnotts, Ernst & Young, Budweiser, Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber, and countless others.
Patrick is currently expanding his work to that of hyper-realism, a genre of painting that resembles a high-resolution photograph. His work in this area is already astonishing!
It is surprising to most that Patrick has only been painting portraits for a few years. This developed from his caricature business in Australia (www.drawme.com.au). However, this has not hampered the development of his creativity and growth of his business and fan-base
It has been reported that smaller samples of his portrait and hyper-realism work are now selling for $1000+ with larger commissioned artworks now commanding $10,000+
Patrick is a gentle and reserved guy, passionate about his work, with a commitment to his customers. It is no surprise that Patrick regularly turns down large corporate works in order to focus on his 'everyday' customers, refusing to allow the corporate dollar to jump to the front of the queue.
In 2013 Patrick will be commencing work on a large hyper-realism piece. Having delayed the start for over a year and with an estimated 18 to 24 months to complete the work this will be his biggest challenge to date.
Stay tuned for updates!