Pet Portrait Gift Certificate
$75.00 – $295.00
Creating pet artwork is all about bringing to life the joy and happiness of the pet. I imagine what they’d look like in the full spectrum of rainbow colors and then create that in a custom piece of art.
Gifting a pet portrait to someone is a thoughtful way to give a unique gift that they will cherish for years and years.
How it works
Choose a size from the dropdown and make your payment.
Once payment is confirmed, I will send you a printable gift certificate to give to the recipient with all the details about their gift and how to redeem it.
When they are ready, they will reach out to me and book their custom portrait.
Read on for more of the finer details…
Each portrait includes one pet. If you want a portrait with more than one pet, please email me for pricing
All commissioned pieces are one-of-a-kind and will never be made into reproductions or offered as prints or any other artwork. This is yours and yours alone!
The gift recipient has exclusive rights to display the artwork in their home or office. I relinquish my right to reproduce the work for profit in any way. I will still share the piece on my site or social media. This is their piece of art to cherish and value for years to come.
Each painting will be painted in acrylic and watercolor with your choice of watercolor paper or canvas.
If you would like a larger piece of artwork let me know and we can discuss options as shipping large prices becomes expensive.
Sizes & Prices
I’ve included the most common sizes requested. If you are looking for another size, please email me.
All canvas pieces are wrapped in glassine paper and then bubble wrap. Watercolor paper pieces are shipped in a clear sleeve that’s acid-free, lignin-free, archival safe, and eco-friendly. All artwork is shipped in upcycled or reused boxes via USPS.
Typically the entire process takes about 2 weeks. That includes the creation of the art, curing (drying) time, and then varnishing and more drying.
Note: Curing time can vary depending on the time of year, humidity, and other factors outside of my control. I want to ensure your piece is fully cured before applying varnish so that it doesn’t crack or craze.