Thursday, September 24, 2009

The DiChristofano Family

Who said you can't wear black for a black and white portrait? Jon Wolf is a master at capturing tone from the darkest dark to the lightest light.
"Art in Black & White"

Jon's thoughts: I am impressed that both Mike and Laura DiChristofano work hard at their business and for our community and yet I discovered they devote a lot of time for family as well. Laura is continually active in volunteering for many Tucson charities (including Tu Nidito for which I have supported and photographed for years). Mike and his family are successful at maintaining the exceptional reputation for which Volvo of Tucson has been known for over 35 years. (My sister LOVES her beautiful new convertible and talks non-stop of her positive experience!) It was instantly obvious how close their sons, Nick and Tony, are with their parents. They touch and hold each other in a way that genuinely shows their love for each other. It was endearing to watch such loving parents. Mike's main priority was a B&W portrait of Laura and their sons, which you see above. If you are in the neighborhood drop by Volvo of Tucson and ask to see this incredible 40 inch art piece in Mike's beautiful office. He will be proud to share this with you.

From Mike:  "The gorgeous portrait that Jon created of my wife and sons, on display in my office, helps the long work hours go by quickly. Thank you for your thoughtful attention to detail and artist's eye for capturing their personalities on canvas." -Mike DiChristofano

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