Custom Family tree artwork

Personalized to your family tree
by Shokai Sinclair

Available for worldwide shipping

What's included?

Family tree artwork drawing of a person in a sketchbook next to the source photo
Starting at $300

My family tree artwork process


We'll discuss your vision for the portraits and family tree displays, considering any size limitations. I'll then explore your family history through photos, documents, and other details to fuel the creative process.


Once we have a clear vision, I'll begin crafting the artwork and keep you informed throughout the process to ensure it captures your family's essence.


All artwork will be meticulously packaged and shipped directly to your preferred location for a seamless experience.


Individual portraits

Larger sizes are available on request.

Family tree installations

Book a consultation with me to request a custom quote.

Are you ready to honor your ancestors through art?

Free 30-minute session

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

I primarily use professional-quality acrylics for painted portraits and professional-grade pencils for drawn portraits. Drawings are made on acid-free archival paper.

You have the option of creating a family tree with or without portraits, on one large sheet of paper or on one for each portrait, and framed or not framed. Each of these choices effect the process for creating family trees.

The duration of the project can vary significantly depending on the complexity of the portrait or installation and the level of detail required. On average, you can expect the process to take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.

Absolutely! I encourage your input at the beginning of the creative process to ensure the final product reflects your vision and preferences.

All artwork is carefully packaged to ensure it arrives safely. Shipping is available worldwide.

No. Unlike with my design services, I do not share works in progress or incorporate rounds of feedback into my visual art. The best time to provide direction is at the start of the commission, by sharing images of other pieces/styles you like for inspiration. You can expect the final artwork to be roughly in the style of my prior work (see