The following was sent by Will Milligan Events for an event that Ronald painted at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. for a unique holiday party theme, “Portrait of the Holidays”:
“Guests entered the Great Hall of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC for a seated dinner and were greeted by Ron and his canvas in motion. Ron performed diligently throughout dinner to complete the work of art as guests observed in awe at every precise brush stroke and swiftly evolving painting.
Ron’s presence and talent added a truly magical touch to a memorable evening. His work of art proudly hangs in the office of our client.”
The following was sent by Bonnie Barsamian for a wedding scene painted for her and her husband, Dan Dunn at The Cloister on Sea Island, Georgia:
“We continue to admire our painting every day — we hung it on our bedroom wall and it brings a smile to our faces as it transports us back to that magical time with just a glance! They say a picture paints a thousand words, but a painting by Ron paints a thousand memories!
The following was sent by Lee Cannon, former host of “Today’s Home”, the longest running home show in history on public television who attended the Mardi Gras Ball at the Saugahatchee Country Club in Auburn, Alabama
“This is a must have for any wedding. It was amazing to watch Ron work and the finished painting was beautiful!”
The following was sent by Cathy and Bob Peterson, Atlanta, Georgia for a Wedding Reception scene painted for their daughter Elizabeth “Bailey”, and new husband Warren “Henley” Odom, at the Piedmont Driving Club:
“All the guests at our daughter’s wedding were mesmerized by Ronald Bayens’ ability to create this beautiful piece of art during the reception. The bride and groom are thrilled to have this very special painting hanging in their new home.”
The following was sent by Bambi Edge for a Wedding scene painted for her daughter Sister Edge and new husband, Bill Ward, at The Cloister on Sea Island, Georgia:
“Such fun memories and everyone is still talking about the talented painter…”
The following was sent by Dr. George Matthews III and his wife Kim Matthews for a wedding scene painted at the Old Edwards Inn, Highlands, North Carolina, for their daughter Allie and her new husband, Edward Coble:
“WOW were you all a hit!!!”
The following was sent by Sally McEntire, Atlanta, Georgia for a Rehearsal Dinner scene painted for her son, Clay McEntire and new wife, Ellis (Berry) McEntire at the Piedmont Driving Club:
“Our experience with Ron was wonderful! During the rehearsal dinner, the guests enjoyed stopping by and seeing the progress of the beautiful artwork. It was thrilling to watch the painting come together to tell the story of our memorable evening.
Ron did a fantastic job of capturing the event. He is a terrifically talented artist who worked under pressure to create something that will be treasured by our family for years to come.”