Easily the most dapper dog I have painted so far this year, look at this fluffy guy with his little bow tie! I love him!
These two portraits went to one family. Doesn’t Baloo have the most fabulous mane of hair?
This was a special portrait because I personally know this dog and she might be my favorite! She’s the best girl and this is a classic Zoey face.
This pair of canvases was designed to go together, putting the peacock body on one canvas and the tail primarily on the second. This was such a fun mixed media piece designed to match (and bring color to) the room it was painted for.
I had to wait until after the holidays for these portraits to be gifted, and I am excited to finally share these with everyone!
I’ve finished Saul’s portrait for LifeLine Community Animal Center grand opening party this weekend! Several Atlanta artists created portraits of their dogs and if you adopt one of the models you get the painting too. It was awesome to be a part of something so special, and you know I love painting animals.
You know I am a massive fan of UK rock band The Struts, and as I am headed to Nashville for a show in a couple days, I really felt compelled to do a little something for the band members. I found these great magnet-backed small canvas panels and thought they might be a nice way for a band on tour to keep up with a bit of art.