Roxy is a unique pet portrait gift at Christmas.
What do you do when you are invited to a couple’s home at Christmas, and you have on several occasions, brought wine, or chocolate, or flowers? You think outside the proverbial box, and that’s exactly what this client did! He has a unique pet portrait gift of their fur baby Roxy, painted on a small 5 x 5 canvas, to offer when he is a guest for Christmas dinner.
The canvas can be displayed on a small easel (included) during the year, but it can be moved to the family’s Christmas tree during the festive season.
Roxy is the last commission that I am able to show before Christmas. Other pet portraits will be published later.
A pet portrait – unique Christmas gift.
To view recent pet portraits for Christmas gift giving, visit Benji, Riley, KitKat. Benji and Riley were painted on larger 10 x 10 canvases while KitKat, a very quirky choir cat, is painted on a wood slice.
Many people choose smaller portraits at Christmas with an ornament being the most popular item for gift giving. However, even during the year, a wood slice or small canvas portrait is an affordable, and very appreciated gift.
There are many possibilities when it comes to painting a much loved fur companion.
Last original post before Christmas.
The next posts will most probably be posts previously published. Time is precious in this last week before the BIG DAY. This post, as an example, has taken 2 hours so far to write, including editing, adding hyperlinks, checking SEO strategies, cropping and resizing photos, etc.
I love blogging and I know that my posts are read by more than a few people who never leave written comments! That’s ok. I know that you are there because you tell me personally or message me. ?
Your presence in my creative life is very much appreciated even though I sometimes don’t have the time to reply to all comments.
Wishing my family and all my friends around the world, all the best during this festive season. Whatever holiday you celebrate, may you be surrounded by love and happiness!