Bonnie

Bonnie

rabbit

rabbit

Lisa

Lisa
colour 8x10

Mrs Blore

Mrs Blore
graphite 8x10

Oakley

Oakley

About Me

My Photo
artbykarieann
I am a part-time pet portrait and wildlife artist living in the deep dark forest between the Royal Forest of Dean, Herefordshire and the Welsh border. A beautiful and inspiring place to live and create pet portraits and wildlife art.
View my complete profile
Powered by Blogger.
Wednesday, 7 January 2009

Dog Portrait from Photo, Patton

Done a little bit more on Patton, I must admit I fell asleep in front of the fire and I gave up after that!This is where we are working for the Forestry Commission, this is one of the better areas, look no brambles plus where it has been so cold everything is frozen so there are no puddles either!!!! Still had very very cold feet today though, I think my right foot went somewhere else today as I couldn't feel it at all! This is a compartment of spruce which is very easy to mark but Douglas Fir is the best to mark on a cold day as it does get the heart pumping a bit as the bark is so thick and hard to slash off.
And as for Gypsy, she had a hard day digging and settled down with Doogle her special friend. Don't they look sweet together! Doogle is nearly as big as Gypsy and he makes a mighty fine pillow.


If you like my work please take the time to leave me a comment or become a follower (see bottom of page). If you would like to win a pet portrait of your dog, cat, horse or any other pet please see my new competition. It costs nothing to enter, all you require is internet access.
If you are interested in commissioning me please visit my pet portrait artist website or my wildlife artist website
Thanks for visiting!


2 comments:

Colette Theriault said...

Can't wait to see more of your rottweiler portrait. It's looking really good so far.

Steve Paschkewitz said...

Just curious to see if you've made more progress on Patton...I check back almost every day :-)

Copyright (c) 2008 -2010 Karie-Ann Cooper. All rights reserved. All images, words and text remain the copyright of Karie-Ann Cooper. All artwork on this blog is protected by copyright law and must not be used, copied or downloaded without the permission of the artist