How to get your pet portrait
Getting your pet portrait painted is a very easy process. The Pet Portrait is an ideal gift for someone you care about, wedding gift, birthday gift or yourself to remember the pet that is an important part of your family. I can do the painting from a photography or in studio photo shoot. If the pet has passed on, it helps to have a selection of photography’s.
For the portrait we can then discuss about the size, composition and the painting options(watercolour, oil or encaustic) and framing. Cost start at €250 for a 30x30cm framed painting. The normal timeline is 6 weeks, but this can change if the painting is bigger. Based on our discussion on portrait position, I will give you 3 proposals for composition. Once the painting is 80% we can discuss the fine detail, you can make changes at this stage. A frame option is then confirmed and the finishing off process such as varnish, glass, mounting decided.
Final day is when you look at the complete painting and if you are happy payment can be made and it is yours.
Contact me by following the contact button below or go to the contact page.
Give the Pet Portrait as a Gift
I offer Pet Portrait Gift Vouchers. Send me their name and address and the amount of the voucher and I will post it to them free of charge. Great Christmas idea.
Pet Memorial Commissions
Pets mean so much to the family and when they pass away their absence is really difficult. With a memorial painting, you (or your loved one) can celebrate what your pet meant to you. I can work off previous photographs and create that timeless painting that will remember all the good times you shared with them.
“Max was part of the family, we will never forget him. He brought life to our house, he was always there. So having the painting of him in our kitchen brings back the good memories. He was a real character and had a lovely nature”, Eithna Moran
“Max” – RIP, Jan 2018..
On The Wall
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