December 26th, 2022

Commission Info

General Info / FAQ

General Portrait Info / FAQ
General Info / FAQ

$50 down-payment for supplies. Will go toward the total. Rest of payment to be paid before the painting is mailed or delivered. I accept Venmo, Paypal, Cash and Check. I have a card reader if you are local.

Prices and Sizes:

Traditional Canvas Pet Portrait (Acrylic + Canvas) Painted with Acrylic on Stretched Canvas.
$175 for 8” x 10” + $50 per each additional pet.
$250 for 11” x 14” + $50 per each additional pet.
$300 for 12” x 16” + $50 per each additional pet.

Traditional Paper Pet Portrait (Pen + Paper) Ink Drawing on Paper. Colored with Watercolor, Acrylic, Colored Pencil $60 for 5” x 7” + $50 per each additional pet.
$80 for 8” x 10” + $50 per each additional pet. $100 for 11” x 14” + $50 per each additional pet.
$150 for 12” x 16” + $50 per each additional pet.

Digital PhotoManipulation Photomanipulation done in Photoshop. Based on Reference Photos and client request.
$150 for digital file. + $50 per each additional pet. To be printed by recipient. Please specify final size.

Turnaround Time
3-4 weeks between request and delivery. I still work a full-time job and chauffeur kiddos so I will squeeze in some focus time when I can!

Reference Photos
I want to give you a likeness of your critter so crisp photos of faces, patterns or markings, and poses(if applicable) are a must.

Traditional Canvas/Other Pet Portrait Examples
Traditional Canvas/Other Pet Portrait Examples
Traditional Paper Pet Portrait Examples
Traditional Paper Pet Portrait Examples
Digital Photomanipulation Examples
Digital PhotoManipulation Examples
June 26th, 2016

Jen Holding Wolf & Lasers


Youth-inspired mixed media painting that is finished after 2 years of off-and-on attention but it came together in the end. The end result is an eclectic mixture of lace, driftwood, pages and paint that seeks to capture the wild bond between a girl and her dog.

April 19th, 2014

Abyssal Zone + Bunnies

rabbit angler lavaflies
The first stages — sketching & vellum cut outs for adding in lava-ish butterflies. I wanted something a little bio-luminescent to add in some more color.

hare abyss lava
Finished I believe?! I’m really happy with the colors.

October 8th, 2013

Turkey Gobble Squirrel

corn stalk pumpkin
Not much going on here yet – just setting the stage for some squirrel action. I missed my 4th of July squirrel opportunity so now I have ditch the gunpowder and explosions motif for the stunning death of leaves.


August 4th, 2013

Chalkfest 2013 – The Squirrel II

We combined our initial sketches into Photoshop to play around with the idea. This is the game plan that resulted from tinkering.

Beginning Squirrel

Starting out the morning by mapping in the big chunks of color. Some people like to use grids, I think that is an extra, time-consuming step so I choose to avoid it. We eyeball in this house.

Squirrel Progress
A bit of time elapsed from the first picture to here. No time to dilly dally with cameras.

Adult group winner
Bragging rights! All thanks to my lovely partner Carrie Sood and not possible without the efforts of Volume One. For more pictures check out my facebook page. For more info about the event check out Volume One! Also, feel free to check out last year’s epic squirrel saga.

July 28th, 2013


kabang dog
Just a quick fan art for a badass little dog. This furry lady lost her snout saving some kids in the Phillipines. More info here.

July 14th, 2013

Girl on a Grizzly Bear

Bear Rider
A lil scrapbook project for the ol’ vacation. I may or may not have enhanced the photo just a touch.

May 27th, 2013

Painted Milk Cans

blank milk cans painted milk can
Bit different angle, but who doesn’t love a good before and after. I also have a few process pictures if you are interested in sanding, the Chihuahua or the Beagles.

May 6th, 2013

Summer is Coming

desert bugs
Playin’ with atmosphere.  I want to add in more texture and turn it into a texture experiment but this might very well end here.

April 21st, 2013

Sad Walrus – No less than you would expect

sad walrus
Yea… It is. It is a sad clown painting with a walrus. If there is one thing I know, it’s that everyone can empathize with the plight of the walrus.

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