One Man Turns Grief/Ashes Into Beauty
Blairstown. N.J. ? Memories from Ashes provides loved ones with the greatest gift they could ever receive ? ?Remembrance.? Whether a family chooses cremation or a traditional burial, a Memories from Ashes memorial painting will capture the spirit of the families? departed loved one. These works of art will become an everlasting memorial and symbol of a families? undying love for that special person who was once an important part of their life.
For the family member who was cremated, they incorporate a small amount (1 tsp.) of ashes directly into the paint pigment to create a unique and highly personalized work of art. The artwork is then sealed with a museum quality UV coating that will last your family a lifetime! These works of art are affordable to your families and a perfect way to memorialize and celebrate the life of their loved one. Any of their theme paintings will be elegantly reproduced on the highest quality canvas. This new work of art unites the very essence of the departed loved one directly into the painting to create a treasured heirloom for families to pass down to children and grandchildren.
Your families can choose any of their theme paintings (from a small 8 x 10 to various larger sizes) that characterize the spirit of the departed, their likes and personalities. They can also have a portrait painted with or without their ashes. A painting can be done without ashes if the family so chooses.
A Memories from Ashes memorial painting will add value to your funeral home and set you apart from the rest simply because you?ve provided a valued heirloom to your families.
Special Family Packages and gift certificates are available.
For more information, please visit their website at http://memoriesfromashes.com or call 908-362-5553 to speak with Wayne or Maryann DeFrances.
About the artist: Wayne DeFrances was born in Jersey City, NJ into a family of designers and artists. He attended the Ridgewood School of Art and studied under Arthur Maynard and Frank Giovinazzo and later continued his studies under the acclaimed artist Elaine Sgambati of the Riverview Art School in South Jersey.
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