Pet Portrait: Bailey the Boston Terrier

Bailey - B Terrier Small

I don’t know if other pet portrait artists are the same, but one point of pride I have when it comes to my drawings is being able to remember the names of the dogs I’ve drawn (Most of them, anyway. It’s getting a little harder with each addition to the portfolio). A side effect of this is keeping a tally of repeated names, which brings me to this Boston Terrier named Bailey. With the total now coming to three seperate dogs (sorry Diesel, but you only count as one even though I’ve drawn you numerous times), Bailey has taken a commanding lead at the top of the list. Considering this was always one of my favorite names for pets growing up, I can’t say I’m surprised. Continue reading

Paws For A Cause: Beau the Terrier Mix

Beau Small

I can’t believe it’s already time for Stray Rescue’s Urban Wanderers art show again. This is the third year in a row that I’ve contributed, and though I had to rush out this drawing of Beau, I do think he still came out¬†nicely. Continue reading

Pet Portrait: Walley the Yorkshire Terrier

Walley Small

I feel like I said this with the last post as well, but I’m finally back! I could just look up my previous post to see if these intros are the same, but where’s the fun in that… Anyway I’m still dealing with getting used to my new medication for headaches/migraines (seems to definitely be helping, thank goodness), but I should be more regular with my drawing schedule from here on out. Which is good cuz I have some commissions lined up! But enough about me… Continue reading

Pet Portrait: Willow the Airedale Terrier

Willow the Airedale Terrier

This past weekend was the 3rd Annual Airedale Carnival, an event put on to help support the organization Airedale Terrier Rescue and Adoption (ATRA). I’ve never seen an Airedale in person before, but now I can definitely vouch for their energy levels.¬† Get a bunch in one place and they sure have a lot to say to each other and a lot of excitement to share, that’s for sure! Continue reading