I just wanted to drop you a note to say just how pleased I am with the portrait of Connie - it's brilliant, you really have captured the look I was hoping for!
Charlie Wilson (Edinburgh)
...both Aaron and I are thrilled to bits with the portrait for Maggies 60th. We gave it to her today to allow her to frame it and she was chuffed to bits - says it's the best birthday present.
I gave it (the portrait) to my wife for her birthday and she really loves it. It's a wonderful likeness... thanks both for doing such a great job and for doing it so promptly.
T.V. commissioned artist Julie Palmer (B.A. Hons) creates beautiful portraits of your dogs, horses and other beloved pets. As Julie works from photos supplied by the customer, portraits can be ordered via the internet and then dispatched to Edinburgh and the surrounding area, usually in about three to four weeks. Julie has been working as a portrait artist for over 20 years, and receives commissions from across Scotland and the rest of the UK.
Charlie Wilson, Edinburgh
Hi, and thanks for visiting my site! Please do have a look around - here you can view some of my past commissions, and find out more about me as an artist. There's also a FAQ area, and remember if you've any questions about my work, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
There are a range of options available for dog portraits. It's possible to commission a head and shoulders work on a plain background, or order a more complex portrait depicting the dog in full body, and with scenery in the background. Portraits can be single studies, or depict a number of dogs together. Julie can also work from different photos of your dogs and bring them all together in one work. View more dog portraits by Julie by following this link.
Julie offers horse portraits in the head and shoulders format, starting from 16" by 12" and upwards. There is also the option to have a plain or scenic background to the work.
Follow this link to view more examples of horse portraits as solo works and in groups.
Cat portraits can be head and shoulder studies or full body works. Normally cats are best at 12" by 10" as head and shoulder works, and 16" by 12" as full body portraits. It's possible to view more examples of Julie's cat portraits by following the link.
Dr Ian Wotherspoon