Custom Pet Portraits are currently sold out. These should be available again in the New Year

'Wild' Pet Portrait - Gallery Wrap Canvas



Looking for something special to show your love for your furry best friend? Or are you thinking about a unique gift for a pet mad family member?

This is my standard pet portrait option which includes a painting of your pet alongside my signature abstract background.

Gallery Wrap Canvas
Once completed and approved, a box canvas will be ordered, printed, stretched, and shipped to you. Our outstanding quality hand stretched canvas prints come complete with UV protected HP inks and specialised sawtooth hooks for hanging, meaning they are ready for you to put up on the wall in your home as soon as they arrive. Stretched across a 18mm thick, solid wooden pine frame, our canvas prints make use of a highly durable, heavyweight canvas material and come with wrap around edges. All our canvases come with a laminated surface, not only giving each print a durable seal and minimising any accidental scratches, but increasing the longevity of the inks and ensuring a quality product that will last a lifetime.

Once ordered, please email me the photos of your pet to and any requests you have for background or posing.

  • Once I have started your commission, the turnaround time is around 2 - 4 weeks. Sometimes sooner, but never any longer than a month.
  •  Commissions can be cancelled, however the funds reimbursed will depend on my progress on your image. If I have not yet started, you will receive a full refund, minus transaction fees.
  •  For Pet Portraits I need photos in natural lighting and clear - no blurry out of focus images in your dark living room please! The clearer, better quality photos you provide the more likeness I will be able to capture.
  • These are for personal usage only! This order does not include a commercial license. I reserve all rights to the artwork.

As a reminder - All my work is HANDPAINTED. I am a digital artist, so all my work is painted by hand digitally. The process is very similar to traditional painting, except I use a graphics tablet and a pen rather than traditional paints.

Any questions or queries, please do let me know. Be sure to check my FAQ first!