Ray Caspio

"a shapeshifter of an actor" - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Commission: Lauren and Sam

Lauren and Sam were married mid-January in New Orleans. Lauren's brother commissioned me to render a portrait of this good looking couple as a wedding gift! According to Lauren's brother, "I might need to order a larger print of it. They loveddddd it!"

Are you interested in commissioning me to create a piece for you? I do pencil or full-color digital work, like this one. 
All the info you need can be found right HERE!




 

Commission: Pete and Marley! They're Dogs!

Here's a pencil portrait of Pete and Marley, two adorable Bichons Frisés I was commissioned to draw as a Christmas gift for their human mom. I love dogs (I have two of my own!), and Pete and Marley's mom loved the drawing!

"You captured them perfectly. It's not just a pix of Bichons, but a picture of MY Bichons! It's as if you knew them. You truly captured their spirit and everything unique about them. It is a gift I will always treasure."
– Laura Neumann

If you'd like a commission of your own, click right HERE for details.



 

You're Gonna Make It After All

Available as prints and clothing, starting at less than $4.00:
http://www.redbubble.com/people/raycaspio/works/9787533-youre-gonna-make-it-after-all


Commissioned with the understanding that I could reuse the image, here is Mary Richards from The Mary Tyler Moore Show. 

Want to commission a piece for yourself or someone you love (or someone you moderately care for)? Click here for more information!

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Ray Caspio received a 2016 Creative Workforce Fellowship. The Fellowships is a program of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. Funding for the Fellowship program is made possible by the generous support of Cuyahoga County residents through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.