Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Cute Little Duo

I just signed up for some temporary space in a Home and Garden permanent expo hall. Until paying vendors pop in, I have a small studio space. As an intro, my art group had a small show and I painted this little oil on site.
It is 11x17" $950 unframed narrow wrapped oil on canvas.


Ritesh said...

Selling pet portraits is a creative and easy way to make extra money

and most of the work can be done right from the comfort of your own home. To many people, their pet is an important and beloved member of the

family and, while beautiful portraits of other family members adorn the walls, most people rarely have a portrait of their pet

Debra Jones said...

Ritesh has posted a link to another site out of my blog. I might say the post is simply an advertisement on my blog, but there are a few points I do want to stress.... This is a solicitation for a sales position. MAKING pet portraits is exactly the opposite of what I see in this comment. MOST people will actually consider a small and affordable portrait of a beloved pet over a painting of a hairless family member! Buying from a real human being is a lot more secure, you can discuss the process and I also don't deliver until the client is satisfied with the digital photos I send as I go.
There are also many photo altered "PAINTING" styles that you can do on your own computer, with a little patience and the right program. I can only say I am using those antiquated tools of skill and paintbrushes.