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Provide Pictures of your Pet - Receive an Original Canvas Painting


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How to Order


Pick your size

How small or large would you like your portrait?

- 6.2" x 8.9" for $50 +Shipping unless pick up

- 8" x 10" for $70 +Shipping unless pick up

- 10.6" x 13.7" for $80 +Shipping unless pick up

Can request larger or smaller - prices adjust accordingly

Sizes depends on Canvas available


Pick your background

What would you like in the background?

Would you like a solid colour, scenery, flowers, clouds, sunset etc.?


Any extras?

Would you like to include a favorite toy, treat, or text in the picture?


Send in pictures

Email at least two pictures of the animal you wish painted

* Remember to specify the picture you like best (this picture will be referenced the most)


Provide your address

So your pet portrait can be mailed to you - Shipping prices adjusted accordingly to location

Pick up is free - located in Richmond, BC / Vancouver, BC


Pricing depends on:

  • The size of your picture

  • The cost of shipping to your address, if not picked up



If canvas is being shipped, payment can be done through PAY PAL or Interac e-Transfer

If payment is made with the paypal links below, an additional payment will be required for shipping at a later time.

If canvas is picked up locally, payment can be done with cash,  pay pal or interac e-transfer

You may also order a painting from my Etsy site, but shipping costs will be required. Etsy will calculate shipping costs and apply to your order.


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6.2" x 8.9" for $50                           8" x 10" for $70                              10.6" x 13.7" for $80



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What I wish to show when I paint is the way I see things with my eyes and in my heart.

- Raoul Dufy

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.

- Aristotle


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