I've just seen the portrait of Rosie & Rusty. You have captured both dogs.......perfectly. I can think of no other words to describe it. You've brought both dogs back...I can’t thank you enough.
I received my portrait of Angel today. When I opened the tube with her picture in it, it was like she was still here with me. I looked at her and just cried. You really captured her beauty and spirit.
Thank you so very much for the beautiful portrait of Murphy …I am absolutely delighted with it and I know our friend will be too when he receives it at Christmas. You are a very talented lady and your work must give pleasure to so many people. Thank you, thank you!
Julie Palmer (B.A. Hons) has been commissioned by T.V. and customers from both here and abroad to create portraits of their beloved pets. Working from photographs supplied by the customer, portraits can usually be created within 3 to 4 weeks of ordering and then dispatched to Cardiff or anywhere in Wales by insured delivery. Should you not be fully satisfied with the outcome, Julie offers a 100% money back guarantee.
Hi – it’s great to welcome you to my site. Here you can explore previous commissions of dogs, horses and other animals that I have undertaken over the years. It’s also possible to order a portrait online, check the FAQ’s I often get asked, and contact me with any questions you might have. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
All my dog portraits are painted in pastels, a media that famous artists such as Degas have used to create remarkably animated portraits. I love this media because it allows me to capture fine details and create movement within the work. Dog portrait sizes begin at 12” by 9” (as head and shoulders works) and can be as large as 24” by 18” for full body studies or group portraits. You can view more of my dog paintings by following this link.
For horse portraits, I create them as head and neck studies in a range of different sizes, the most popular being 16” by 12” and 18” by 14”. As in the example here, its also possible to bring a number of horses together into one portrait, perhaps even creating a work with different generations or horses you have owned over the years. You can view more horse portraits by clicking here.
Over the years, I’ve created portraits of several other animals including cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, parrots, and even hamsters! As can be seen in this guinea pig portrait, owners often ask for a special feature to be including, such as favourite feeding bowl or cushion. As the size of each animal can vary hugely, it’s usually best to contact me first and then I can advise on the appropriate dimensions for the work. You can see some more of my animal portraits here.