PET PORTRAITS: A NEW DIRECTION

 Contact me for a personalized portrait of your pet!

Contact me for a personalized portrait of your pet!

I have painted pet portraits for years and recently decided to do it professionally. This new direction has been so enjoyable, I have devoted more and more time to pet portraits, which you will also see in my future posts. I hope you enjoy following the progress of my new endeavor. Please contact me for a pet portrait and tell a friend! Check out my gallery on my pet portraits page!

PET PORTRAIT: HENRY AND ROCKET

 My yorkie Henry with his best friend Rocket the Havanese. Illustration by Elizabeth B Martin.

My yorkie Henry with his best friend Rocket the Havanese. Illustration by Elizabeth B Martin.

This is a portrait of my yorkie Henry and his best friend Rocket who is a havanese. When puppies, they romped and played all day long and of course had sleep overs! See more of my pet portraits here.

I am going to participate in the silent auction at the Wag Hotel Howl-o-ween Party on October 26th in San Francisco. Please come and bid so I can paint your pet. All the money raised will go to my favorite charities.

PET PORTRAIT: ANNIE

This is a portrait of Annie and she is more soulful than smiley. I was mesmerized by her deep King Charles penetrating eyes.

I am going to participate in the silent auction at the Wag Hotel Howl-o-ween Party on October 26th in San Francisco. Please come and bid so I can paint your pet. All the money raised will go to my favorite charities.

SEPTEMBER ART & CRAFT PROJECT AT THE LIBRARY – PART 3

I never get over how creative children are. These are some results from my ANIMAL HEADS event at the North Beach branch of the San Francisco Public Library. They colored my permanent ink drawings with water soluble crayons and then stuck on all and everything. I especially like the cow’s do, with sticking up yarn and flowers! See more images from my events on my Art and Craft Projects page!

SEPTEMBER ART & CRAFT PROJECT AT THE LIBRARY – RECAP PART 2

I can't believe how much fun we all had at my ANIMAL HEADS Art and Craft event at the North Beach branch of the San Francisco Public Library. Everyone was given permanent ink drawings to color with water soluble crayons and then go mad with sticking on crazy stuff.

During my events, my favorite results come from Preschoolers when adults leave them to let their creativity run wild. I don’t think any panda has ever looked better! See more images from my Art and Craft Library events here!