The More The Merrier

As you have seen lately, I’ve been doing a number of multiple pet pet portraits lately. If there are just two, usually a standard size will work just fine. Sometimes, though, a set of pets needs a special size and composition. This is really not much of a problem, since I paint on hardboard surfaces, I can just cut a piece of hardboard to whatever size I need to accommodate the subjects.
This one, with the three pets, arranged so they are not just “floating” in the picture plain, required an odd size of 16×30. The composition worked out just fine, and the pups have equal space in the portrait.
So if you have multiple pets, we can always discuss a different size and approach to the portrait. These are excellent ways to have a family portrait done. Let me know if I can help you. Thanks for looking, and as always, stay safe and well.

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