How to Commission Your Portrait - It's Easy!

Thursday, July 28, 2016

NEW!! Steep Discount & Canadian Dollar Pricing for Commissioned Pet Portraits!


SUPER SALE - NOW IN CANADIAN DOLLARS!!


Pet Portrait Pricing


What to Do:


1. You email me several clear, detailed photos of your pet, preferably a close-up shot of their head.

2. I review the photos and let you know if I am able to work from them as a reference.

3. I email you a photo of the completed portrait and you pay for it via PayPal by clicking on the above "Buy Now" button.

4. You receive your portrait by post, have it framed and enjoy!

How Long Does it Take?

Please allow up to a month to receive your portrait. If you have a specific date in mind, you can purchase a gift certificate as an alternative. Just let me know which medium you prefer and pay by PayPal. I will send you a beautiful certificate you can present as your gift!



Prices:

Commissioned portraits of humans start at $2,000 but, for a limited time, you can have a drawing or painting of your animal starting at only $110 in Canadian funds.

Due to my love for animals and joy at capturing their furry beauty, for a limited time, I am setting a very low price so everyone can enjoy a painting or drawing of their pet.

Take advantage of this deal while available and save more than 50% on what will become a treasured heirloom!

Graphite drawing           $220  $110
Watercolor                      $320 $160
Oil on canvas or board   $420 $210


These prices are for a painting or drawing from 6" square to a maximum of 8" x 10" for portraits of smaller animals such as cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, etc.

In addition to the price of the painting, there is a small shipping charge of $15 that will partially cover my costs. Of course, if you live locally, we can arrange for you to pick up the painting instead if you prefer!

For larger animals, larger canvas/paper sizes and portraits that include more of the animal's body or backgrounds please contact me laurel@laurelmcbrine.com to discuss options and cost.




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