Sizes and Prices
First of all, you can get nearly any size portrait you want. The sizes in the chart below are the most popular, and my desire is to keep things as simple as possible for you. That said, if you have a special portrait you are looking for and you don't see it here, by all means contact me! I’ll get you a quote right away.
All stretched canvas orders include free image wrap in which the art wraps around the sides.
|One pet per portrait. Additional pets are $50/pet. Except for 54x54, all prices include shipping to U.S. addresses. WA residents pay sales tax.|
|* 54x54 portrait is available to Spokane and CDA area only. It's too big to ship. Delivery or pickup options will be arranged.|
|Payment is made via Paypal and is safe and secure.
You will pay 50% upon ordering, and the final payment will be invoiced upon approval of final artwork.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas
With this style, the canvas is stretched over custom-made wood stretcher bars. It’s a classic look that makes a bold statement. A gallery-wrapped canvas goes well with virtually any decor. With this style, the art appears to float on your wall and a frame is unnecessary because the structure is inside and behind the art. Because my style is reminiscent of oil painting, you will get a classic look for a fraction of the price of a traditional oil painting.
There are two depths of canvas wraps.
For portraits sized 8x10 and 11x14, I use a traditional .75” depth. This allows the print to fit neatly into most traditional frames. At those smaller sizes, a frame is a reasonably priced option, and it can give the smaller prints an added visual boost. Please note: I don’t sell frames with my standard prints, but they are easily obtained at most any art/hobby store.
I use deeper 1.5” stretcher bars for canvases 16x16 and larger. These add weight and importance to the artwork and create a wonderful impression on any wall.
Canvas Image Wrap
Each portrait is created with an image wrap at no extra charge. This is an extremely popular effect. To achieve this, I enlarge the canvas margin around the pet slightly to accommodate the extra wrap dimensions. When I paint the portrait, your pet will still be front and center, but I will naturally create the extra portions that wrap around the sides.