How Much Does a Pet Portrait Painting Cost?
All my work is priced by size, so you can find the right fit for your walls and budget. The prices for pet portraits in oil are below, and I have a similar page set up for pricing pet portraits with ashes.
Ready to go? Place your order securely here and I’ll be in touch shortly!
Have an unusual request? Ask away and I’ll get back to you with more information.
Looking for a pet memorial using ashes in the paint? See pricing and more details here.
Looking for examples?
Like good pizza, good art takes time. Pieces within the sizes listed can be complete and ready to ship within three weeks, but please note that oils can take over a week to dry and even a rush order will require drying time.
If you have a particular deadline in mind, feel free to reach out to see if I can work with you to make it happen!
I can definitely put multiple pets in one portrait!
If you can find a photo with all the pets together to use as a primary reference, there is no extra charge, pricing is just based on size. But if they’re all in different photos and need to be arranged into one piece then I charge a 10% composition fee. Adjusting the lighting to make different photos look natural together can be a real challenge, so one photo is better if possible.
I regularly ship across North America, and occasionally worldwide. If you’d like a shipping quote for your specific location just drop me a line with your location and the size of painting you’re looking at and I’d be happy to get you the specifics.
Click the “get a mockup” button above to use my pre-made form, or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a payment portal for credit cards and PayPal, and most people use that. E-transfer is also an option for Canadian folks, and occasionally I’ll accept payment by way of something truly unusual like a custom song or a trunk of craft beer.
A note on trades: trades will always come after regular paid work when I’m scheduling portraits in (hobbies unfortunately have to come after earning a living, even for artists) so do expect a longer turnaround.
That said, I love learning new stuff!
So if you have a niche professional skill and would like to offer your time tutoring Cantonese or teaching WordPress or AutoCAD or yoga, showing me me how to knit a sweater or helping me design a deck, in exchange for my time painting… well heck it never hurts to ask. And wouldn’t that be a nice story to tell? 😉