Gov. Nikki Haley's official portrait was unveiled Monday and depicts her standing in the small drawing room on the first floor of the Governor's Mansion.
In the portrait, Haley is wearing the suit she wore during the 2012 Republican National Convention.
Two photographs of Haley's family - one of her parents and another of her children and husband - rest on a table behind the governor in the portrait.
Haley is also wearing her class ring from Clemson University and a lapel pin with U.S. and S.C. flags.
The painting will be displayed on the first floor of the governor's mansion as she is sworn in this week for her second, four-year term. Other portraits of former governors including James B. Edwards, Richard W. Riley, Carroll Campbell and Mark Sanford will also be displayed.
The oil-on-linen portrait was created by John Seibels Walker, who was born in South Carolina. He has also created portraits of former Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell, Chief Justice of South Carolina’s Supreme Court Jean H. Toal, former executive director of the Medical University of South Carolina W. Stuart Smith and former N.C. Gov. Beverly Perdue.