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Would you like to capture your beloved pet on canvas? Or would you like a gift for that impossible to buy for relative? Or if you’ve lost a beloved pet and would like a beautiful reminder? As long as you can find a good photo then anythings possible!

Painting commissions are created on high-quality stretched artist canvas that looks good unframed or can be framed. I also use artist quality paints and a satin varnish to protect the painting, although acrylic paint is very durable. The listing is for a 12×10 inch stretched canvas but could be larger.The cost is £120+ for a watercolour and £150+ for an acrylic. If you would like more than one pet in the painting there will be an extra cost please email me for details.

I paint by eye and most paintings take a minimum of 7-12 hours to paint. I prefer to have at least around 5 weeks to complete the painting as it needs to dry before being varnished with 3 coats. If you have a particular date that you would like your painting, let me know and ideally give me plenty of notice. 

Please supply at least one good quality photo of the face with good lighting. The better the photo is, the better the painting will turn out! Some extra photos might help me to capture the animal’s personality. Let me know if you would like a certain colour background or anything specific.

A non-refundable 50% deposit is required before commencing a painting. When I have finished, I will send you an image for your approval before posting. All commissions are sent by special delivery for next day arrival. Please note – I am selling the original work only, not the copyright to the image, which I retain.