Many people are unsure of how to properly commemorate their pet’s life. While some opt for a traditional funeral service, others may choose to bury their pet in the backyard. But one way to truly honor your pet’s memory is through a pet portrait memorial. A portrait painting is a beautiful way to keep your dog or cat memory alive. A talented artist can capture your pet’s likeness in a way that will make them live on forever. Whether you choose to hang the portrait in your home or keep it in a special place
A custom pet memorial portrait is a painting created specifically for you and your beloved pet. This painting is usually done in pencil, watercolor, or digital illustration. The artist will use the photo you sent us as a reference to capture your dog’s personality.
Before the work is printed on the art-grade cotton canvas, we will send you a digital portrait copy for your approval. A dog portrait is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art. If you’re looking for a unique way to honor your dog’s memory, a custom portrait may be the perfect option for you.
2. To keep the memory of your pet alive. A pet portrait is a beautiful way to remember your furry friend. It can be hung in your home as a constant reminder of the joy they brought into your life. A pet memorial painting can also help you to feel closer to your pet after they have passed away. When you look at the portrait, it will be like looking into their eyes and seeing their soul.
3. To celebrate the life of your pet. A pet memorial picture is a beautiful way to commemorate your pet’s life and is a permanent reminder of the moments that have helped build your relationship of love and friendship.
4. Because pets are family too. Because they are part of the family and as such deserve the same place as the other members. We have photos and pictures all over our house of the human members, it seems very logical and reasonable that the rest of the members also have their place. This way we will show our love and compassion. A pet portrait will last forever and can be passed down from generation to generation. It is a beautiful way to honor your pet’s memory and keep their legacy alive. It will be a source of comfort during difficult times and will help you to remember all the happy moments
There are many forms of art and objects to commemorate the life of a pet. Urns, garden stones, beautiful bracelets, and necklaces with the pet’s footprints… but none is a better reminder of the true joy the pet brought to its owner than pet memorial portraits.
Adding a quote or text that evokes our feelings or the complicity we had with our friend gives it an exceptional touch of unique personalization.
Watercolor portraits are more whimsical, colorful, and fun, they don’t capture as much detail as a pencil portrait, but their emotional impact is undeniable. It is a style in which you keep looking at the portrait to find new nuances. Keeping the essence of the pet’s personality, expression, and colorful fur, the artist adds his vision of the image, which makes it gain in strength and personality.
Digital illustration is one of the rising styles in pet portraits. It reproduces the image with a touch of styles between pop art, comics, and traditional illustration.
The color and the gradients of the fur, along with the expressiveness of the features and the eyes, are its most destined features. It is a modern version of the pet portrait that uses the latest digital techniques.
Sarah had a portrait made of her dog, Matty. Matty passed away suddenly, and Sarah struggled to cope with the loss. But when she saw the picture for the first time, she said it brought her “a sense of peace.” Now, she looks at it every day and feels grateful
Max was a much-loved golden retriever who lived a long and happy life. When he passed away, his family wanted to commemorate his life specially. They commissioned a watercolor portrait of Max, which would hang in their home as a reminder of the good times they shared with him.
The painting turned out beautifully, capturing Max’s warm personality and friendly smile. Every time his family looked at it, they were reminded of the beautiful dog he had been. Even years after his death, Max continued to bring happiness into their lives.
Illustration of a French bulldog puppy from Utha. He was the most adorable and playful dog ever. His family decided to commission a memorial illustration in his honor. The image on which the illustration is based was taken one day playing with his favorite toy, a tennis ball. It reminds them of all the good times they shared with their furry friend.
Turning your favorite picture into a work of art is a very simple process. Order your style and size, and send us your favorite photo. This is a guide to the recommended images and compositions so that we can create a work that touches and makes you happy. Three or four working days after receiving the image,, we will email you proof for you to validate the portrait. Once validated, we will print it on canvas of artistic grade cotton. Our system allows us to offer you a lifetime color guarantee. In a few days, depending on your location, you will receive it at home.