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Custom pet portraits drawn from your photos.

Keep the memory of your pet alive forever with a hand-drawn portrait that captures their spirit and personality as no photograph can. My custom pet portraits are a unique to celebrate the special animal in your life. I draw directly from photos you provide, creating a lifelike personal artwork that you can display and cherish for the rest of your life.
 My portraits make touching gifts, joyous tributes or loving memorials. Please visit my gallery to see more samples of my custom pet portraits, and consider ordering one of your own furry friend! You can transform an ordinary photo of your pet into an extraordinary work of art!

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Jun13

New portrait of Patches

Posted on Jun 13 by

I recently finished a memorial portrait of Patches the springer spaniel. Here is the photo I was given to work from (left) and my finished art. It’s an 8 x 10″ color...

May15

New portrait of police canine

Posted on May 15 by

My latest portrait is a memorial of Webster Police Department’s K9 Radar (below). He got his name from always being on alert, and what else could you ask for in a dog with...

Apr29

Sam’s portrait is finished!

Posted on Apr 29 by

I just finished my latest work, a memorial portrait of Sam the cat. I really enjoyed working with him, I think he turned out pretty good! He gets delivered tomorrow for matting...

Mar12

A new memorial pet portrait

Posted on Mar 12 by

I just delivered my latest custom pet portrait, Bigelow, to his owner (check him out in my Gallery). He loved it! Now, it’s time to start my next one. It’s another...

Feb09

New memorial portrait

Posted on Feb 9 by

I just started a new portrait, this time of Bigelow (or “Biggie” as his owner liked to call him), a black lab/bassett hound mix who crossed the Rainbow Bridge last...

Dec03

Meet Magnus!

Posted on Dec 3 by

I recently finished my portrait of K9 “Red” of the Webster Police Department. It was ordered as a retirement gift by his handler. Happy retirement, Red! Now...