Pet​ Portraits B​y Joe Bre​wer

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Slide down to see our special fur babies for the month below 

Please scroll down to take a look at the 5-stage progression of an art piece below!

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See the evolution o​f Malia's portrait as it progresses to a finished art piece.

Portraits are done on a 500 grit sandpaper stock with pastel and pastel pencil to create a brilliant 3D life-like finish.    


How to commission your pet portrait

Make no bones about it! A clear understanding will ensure a great relationship; together we will discuss the best photo to use before work begins

  1. Take at least 5 photos or more of your pet​
  2. Photos should be close up just below the collar
  3. Use natural daylight ie: next to sliding glass door or window with pet owner's back facing the light and pet looking out doors
  4. Send photos to [email protected]