Equine and Pet Price List

Watercolor Pet Portraits

Pet Portrait

8 x 10 special  $295.00

11 x 14 watercolor  $495.00

Approximate turn around time is 7 – 10 days.  Multiple dogs in one portrait available in addition to larger sizes.  Please email for a quote.  Also, larger sizes available.  Click here to: Send photo/contact me

Pastel Pet Portraits

The portraits are drawn on pastel mat with either a pale or dark grey background, a great neutral color for almost all coat colors and is a new style that I’m specializing which keeps the focus on the animals.


DOGS/ Head and Shoulder           

8 x 10          $395.00                 

10 x 12         $595.00 

11 x 14          $750.00

14 x 18         $850.00                     

16 x 20        $995.00 

HORSES/Head and Shoulder  

8 x 10        $395.00

10 x 12       $595.00

11 x 14        $750.00

14 x 18       $850.00

16 x 20       $995.00                 

Deposit is 50% of full price, non refundable once the portrait is started.  Progress photos are sent during the making so everyone can see the various stages that a portrait goes through to final completion.

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Larger sizes available also.

Full body / conformation portraits with landscape available.  Please inquire for a quote. 

All portraits are created with the best pro artist grade materials and are light fast and archival.

Turnaround time is between 14 – 25  days depending on size of portrait.

The balance of the fee is due and payable when the portrait is completed.   All fees to be invoiced and paid through secure Paypal or Square.

Portraits are carefully packaged and shipped USPS unless other arrangements are needed such as Fed ex, with insurance and a tracking number.

SHIPPING: Shipping is a flat fee USA: between $20.00 and $30.00 depending on size of portrait.

What is needed for your portrait:

Since I create portraits for people all over the U.S. I rely on the photos you send.  Sharp in focus photos work the best, but feel free to send any photos too– sometimes the softer photos will still work — it’s on a case by case basis.

A basic of a rule of thumb, the better the photo the better the portrait as far as clarity and the amount of detail I can include.   Additional note:  If taking new photos, it’s always best to photograph in natural light and at the animal’s eye level and to use the largest file possible if shooting digital.