This image of Cody is literally the day he was adopted! I was so inspired to receive this image especially on National Rescue Dog Day May 20th. This portrait was a donation to the Mainely Mutts raffle. I love to connect and donate my pet paintings to help with rescue groups raise funds.
Painting sweet Coal as a memorial to his life. Coal had to say good bye way to soon, I was honored to have his spirit on my easel and I hope it helps heal his owners hearts a little bit each day.
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I am always humbled and honored to be asked to paint a beloved pet that has crossed the rainbow bridge. Naybo will be given as a gift from a daughter to father who misses his little pup taken from him way too soon.
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Such a pleasure to do a sweet little painting of Monkey. These 8x8 oil paintings are fun, quick and expressive. My most favorite way to paint pets is to really focus on the face and the beautiful unique features of fur, eyes and whiskers. Monkey was a purrfect subject.
Pretty little Sadie Mae made it to my easel this past week. I love her expression and big round greens eyes. The cropped composition of this 8x10 painting was fun for me to paint.
Divo's memorial portrait was given as a gift to his owner from a thoughtful friend. Everyone who has owned a pet knows how hard it is to say goodbye. Giving a portrait is a gesture of love and my hope is that is provides a path to healing a broken heart. I am blessed to help with art.
Trek was such a sweet pup to paint, I loved his white silky fur and his eyes full of expression. His painting was given as a gift for Christmas to some very loved family members.
Here is what the gift giver said about cute little Trek...
"The best way to describe Trek, I think, would be to call him exuberant. He moves at 100 miles an hour, but is also a very loving dog who loves to curl up with his mom and dad."
It is always a humbling experience to paint a portrait of a pet who has passed on. Petunia or "Petie" (her nick name) lived a long happy life with her family for 14 years. Her portrait was commissioned as a surprise gift for her family to remember her special life. I truly believe that art heals hearts, and I grateful and honored to help heal a little piece of Petunia's parents hearts.
Meeka and Mia montage pet painting was especially fun for me to paint because I have had the pleasure of meeting these two fur babies personally. This special Christmas surprise I was asked to paint for some of my dear friends, Stephanie and Sean. I hope this painting will give them much joy for many years to come.
I loved painting this sweet little 8"x 8" oil painting of Maggie the Schnauzer for a special Christmas 2019 surprise.
Custom pet portraits by Meredith Reynells.