As Featured On:
"Being unapologetically who we are, even if it looks like we've flipped upside down from the person we thought we were."
Medium: Acrylic On Primed Canvas
Size: 48 x 60”
As Seen On CBC News:
Meet Tori Swanson
Hi, I'm Tori! My process is very simple. Before I create a piece, I place myself in a meditative state and I allow myself to receive visions from the divine universe. I see in bold colours, and lines, and I paint it.
Sometimes it takes me weeks, and most of the time, I can finish a painting within an hour or so, when I am totally connected. It is not me, Tori, the personality painting, I’m simply a source of divine inspiration to channel through me. Get to know me!
The artwork will be carefully packed and shipped once purchased. Most commonly, these are the following shipping options available:
Rolled up in a shipping tube (Cheapest)
Shipped in a cardboard box + Bubble Wrap (potential risk of damage in transport, but typically safe and cheaper than a crate).
Shipped in a Wooden Crate (Safest)
All canvases are not stretched for ease of shipping. If you would like your canvas stretched and mounted you may select that in the shipping option.
Shipping fluctuates depending on the size and weight of the piece. At checkout, you۪'re asked to pick a shipping option, which is an estimate. If there is a difference in price, I will reach out personally to discuss any additional payments of partial refund if need be.
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with me through the contact page or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to packing your orders!
Shipping by Wooden Crate
As Seen At The Buffer Festival
This Artist Wants You to Take Off Your Clothes and Love Your Body
Tori Swanson draws people naked for a living. As an artist, her primary focus is nude portraits. Being sketched completely naked can be a vulnerable experience, but Tori’s goal is to make the experience a liberating one. “I want people to look at themselves differently. I want people to not be afraid to explore who they are, and I want people to be open to trying new things and being less judgemental with themselves.”