This pet portrait of a cat named Ginger belongs to a young woman in Heber Springs, Arkansas, who worked to earn the money for her painting! To see more pet portraits, you can go to my online gallery by clicking here.
Category: dogs and cats, pet portraits
This is a rescue dog, adopted from a shelter. He is very smart, loving, and lucky to be in such a wonderful family. His pet portrait is 8″ x 8″. His owner has the portrait framed and in her dining room on a side wall.
Pet Portrait : Terrier
This cute dog is a terrier. His owner had the winning bid at the Humane Society’s auction. She e mailed me photographs of her dog and this 10 x 8 portrait was the result.
Pet Portrait: Jamie
This is Jamie, a very large female Great Dane who belongs to a dear friend. Jamie was rescued by her owner from a terrible situation and now lives a wonderful life. This painting shows her soulful eyes and loving disposition. She is a marvelous dog.
Pet Portrait of Mojo
This is another pet portrait that a lovely woman purchased at the Humane Society’s auction “Reigning Cats and Dogs.” Pet portraits are bid upon and the winner furnishes me several photographs to use as references.
Pet Portrait: Persian Cat
This is a portrait of a pet Persian cat. Its owner bought one of my donated “pet portraits” at the Humane Society Auction. I do the portraits using reference photographs that the owners provide. I made several studies of this cat which you can see by going to my dailypaintworks gallery. Click here.
Cat on a Quilt
This painting is 8 x 10 is part of a series of cats and dogs I have painted. To see others click here. I have offered pet portraits as a donation to the Pulaski County Humane Society for a number of years and will be showing you some of them later this year. Two commissioned portraits sold at their November fund raiser, Reigning Cats and Dogs. The Humane Society is a wonderful organization and a no kill shelter that operates entirely on donations.
Here are a few ideas to think about as you begin or develop your art collection. Think Small!! Why should you start a collection of small paintings? Small paints are easy to carry, to move, or to mail. They are more affordable. You don’t need a big space to showcase your collection. You can easily hand many small paintings in one area, making that area a focal point for a room . Frames for small paintings are often easy to find and less expensive than frames for large paintings. Next week I will write a bit more about small paintings.
I enjoy painting dogs and cats and I particularly like it when I have a subject like this woman! It is a 9 x12 painting.
Dogs!! Bloodhound and Collie
I have always loved dogs, and have had dogs as long as I can remember. All my dogs (except for one) have come from the Humane Society or animal shelter. One of our neighbors owned two bloodhounds. The reference for the collie was a photograph.