Posts Tagged ‘pet portraits’
Paul Boddum is a Canadian artist whose work is simply beautiful. He is able to capture feelings in his paintings not only through the dog’s expression but through the colors and strokes used in each work.
“The Pampered Puppy”
Auctioned off at New York Pet Fashion Week to help raise funds for local New York animal rescues.
Mitzi Rothman is an Atlanta, Georgia-based artist whose style is made up of loose strokes that capture the spirit of the dog — the movement, the panting, the fur. She primarily works in pastel, using colorful paper as a simple backdrop, allowing some of the colored paper to come through and serve as highlights.
After the death of his beloved dog Pica, Thai designer Supon Phornirunlit decided to honor his companion in the best way he knew how: by developing a line of pet portraits targeted to other pet lovers. His line of “pooch decor” portraits won Supon several design awards and was an immediate success with pet and design lovers alike. Since this initial launch, Supon has expanded his line of pet decor merchandise into an elegant and delightful collection of home products under the brand Naked Decor.
Garry Gross is a New York-based dog photographer who formerly worked in the fashion and beauty beauty world. He has now focused on dog portraits and his Senior Dog Portrait collection is heartbreakingly beautiful. Some of the faces made me tear up – it’s amazing how expressive and telling your face becomes as you age and it seems to be the same for pets.