Pet in Watercolour
More traditional style... softer colour palette, superior art paper.
Precise and impeccable, more formal artist interpretation.
Quality framing of your colour choice.
How attentive he looks just waiting for the next command! Photos taken in daylight are perfect to work from giving light and shade and beautiful clarity of the eyes.
Sitting so gentlemanly in the garden, I had a great photo to work from and the most enjoyable time painting him.... looking straight at the viewer without a care in the world!
The painting of this little coiled spring of playfulness apparently brought huge smiles on the recipient's face on Christmas morning. Subtle but striking!
Here I actually used 3 photos to create the look I wanted to achieve as this one was quite blurry. I preferred a spotty/dotty scarf ...suited her character a little more!
A much adored family pet taken away unexpectedly at a very young age. The clients couldn't stop crying on receipt of the painting as I had captured the true essence of Lola's personality.