Pet portraits that have landscape settings are my favorite to paint. This dog originally was stretched out in a room.
My client told me that her grandma had a garden full of flowers and that was the starting point for the backdrop of this painting. I usually go for more subdued backdrops but have to say with this painting the bold red, yellows and greens actually work really well.
Portrait of Daisy the Irish Setter is Completed
Another dog portrait, this time the painting of an Irish Setter has been completed and is on its way to be placed und...
A Posthumous Dog Portrait
Losing a pet is never easy and the owner of this cutie is devasted by the loss of her beloved dog. That's why this po...
German Shepherd Rottweiler Portrait 672
I am always surprised ones I see how a painting can be created from a very bad photo reference. This dog portrait is ...
Painting in Progress 674
Painting the Nose Eye being painted in This 16x20 in posthumous dog portrait has just been started I am debating wh...
Another Portrait is Finished
This cutie had one of it's eyes closed. I was told he tends to squint a lot. For the painting, I painted in an opened...