This portrait is of Loki. A beautiful little three year old who was rescued as a puppy, and adopted by his Pet Parent, Henry. Loki's name comes from Norse Mythology and was the God of mischievous activity. From the look in his eyes you can tell he is ready for his next adventure!
I placed him on a sculpture of classic New York City Architectural elements to highlight the contrast of new puppy and ancient sculpture.
These two 'Peas In A Pod' are simply adorable. Their names are 'Orangie' & 'Blackie'. My Client submitted the photograph on the left in the hopes I could create the perfect Birthday Gift for his girlfriend. I wanted to turn this image into more of a fantasy or storybook picture. I spoke with him after the big surprise... she was delighted!! Happiness Abounds!
This extraordinary dog, 'Sunny', was an absolute beautiful study in white. There is never just one white... there are thousands. Yellow, warm whites, pinky tones, blue shadows... it is just remarkable to study all the softness of this creature!
A drawing of a 'Woodland' creature was my endeavor for this very special gift that was given to a friend for her Baby Shower. She is having a little boy with the theme of his room done in nature elements. The final artwork is encased in a Shadowbox frame with hand-made paper flowers that surround the drawing. A little paper cloud with blue gray streams of 'wind' is cascading from the upper right corner. It is a very unique piece created for a very cherished friend.
A drawing of two little furry friends. Gracie & Chloe. It is obvious they love one another. This work is done on a light copper Archival Paper that gives the entire piece a warm glow.
I love this drawing of my little Zachary. Of course I have never placed headphones on him; however, in my mind I think this is the only way to get him to listen! In a perfect world kitties would listen... right?
A little kitty that lives with my friend. I just imagined how he would look peering through a little mouse entrance!!
It is done on black Archival Paper with the highest quality colored pencils.
The sad look on this dogs face, illustrates the intensity about him. This is how I feel sometimes. This artwork was done on a light charcoal Archival Paper.
NOTE: If you are interested in having your Pet's portrait done, simply email me an image that you are considering and we can discuss the details. [email@example.com] I will soon have general costs listed here on my Website. Much depends on the animal, difficulty of the subject, size and timing. I look forward to helping capture the essence of your little, or big, furry companion!