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LOVE YOUR PET FOREVER…

with custom pet portraits inspired by your photos…

dog portrait of Rocco

“I had a pic of my Boston Terrier, Rocco, captured by PetArtWorks. It was fabulous and will be treasured forever.”

-Kitty in Spokane

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dog portrait of Rocco

“Steve, You captured all 3 of them. I’m basically in tears. Thanks for the gorgeous work.”

-Jim in Wisconsin

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dog portrait of Rocco

"Thank you for perfectly capturing our big, lovable ball of fur. We will proudly display it in our home forever."

– Jim in New Jersey

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MADE USING TRADITIONAL AND DIGITAL METHODS

graphite drawing

Artistically Traditional

Even though my “bread and butter” is digital, my first love has always been traditional graphite drawing. That’s why in addition to my digital pet portrait work, I also offer graphite pencil  portraits for those who desire art in non-digital media.

My graphite drawings come in four sizes on acid-free paper.

Hand drawn graphite portraits start at $229.

digital painting

Traditionally Modern

Trained in traditional media, I use those same skills and techniques with new media to literally “paint with pixels”. Working digitally provides health benefits to me (eliminating solvents and fumes) and lower costs to you.

Digital paintings are output on artist grade canvas using archival inks.

No-Risk digital pet portrait prices start at $125.

The Story Behind PetArtWorks

Larry was a great dog. A mutt, he came into our home shortly after my wife and I got married, and about the time I started my own design / illustration studio working out of our home. From a pup he grew to nearly one hundred pounds. We loved that big furry guy. Perhaps too much, as our daughter would often complain that Larry got more attention than she. We’d laugh, then tell her to get off the couch so Larry could lay down.

Larry the best dog ever

There were so many good times with Larry, it’s hard to keep them straight.

But he was always with us, and always gentle with everyone. Kids walking to school would stop by and pet him. They all knew his name. He was the neighborhood dog.

We eventually moved out into the country, and at thirteen years, Larry was clearly slowing down.

One morning he couldn’t get up. He’d had a stroke.

We took him to the vet, but there was not much to be done, so we made the heartbreaking decision to say goodbye.

I held his head and talked soothingly to him as the vet readied the needle, and I saw the life drain from his eyes as he stared back at me like he always did, with love and devotion.

We cried that day, and for many days after as well.

I eventually realized that I had almost nothing to remember Larry by; just a few photos.

I resolved then and there to never let the memory of my pets fade away, and in my spare time I started painting portraits.

Eventually, family and friends asked me to paint their pets as well.

Before I knew it, I had discovered a new passion: creating amazing pet portraits.

When I’m not in the studio, I love spending time with my two huge pals, Boris and Beorn.

Steve and his pack

I know they will eventually be gone, but in seeing their portraits on my wall everyday, I’ll keep my memories fresh, and love them forever.

I started PetArtWorks.com early in 2018 because I wanted to share another way of cherishing and loving our pets - when they are with us and especially when they are gone.

I want to create portraits you will love and treasure; portraits that capture the essence of your pet…

…portraits that will help you love your pet forever.

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THE STORY BEHIND PETARTWORKS

Larry was a great dog. A mutt, he came into our home shortly after my wife and I got married, and about the time I started my own design / illustration studio working out of our home. From a pup he grew to nearly one hundred pounds. We loved that big furry guy. Perhaps too much, as our daughter would often complain that Larry got more attention than she. We’d laugh, then tell her to get off the couch so Larry could lay down.

Larry the best dog ever

There were so many good times with Larry, it’s hard to keep them straight.

But he was always with us, and always gentle with everyone. Kids walking to school would stop by and pet him. They all knew his name. He was the neighborhood dog.

We eventually moved out into the country, and at thirteen years, Larry was clearly slowing down.

One morning he couldn’t get up. He’d had a stroke.

We took him to the vet, but there was not much to be done, so we made the heartbreaking decision to say goodbye.

I held his head and talked soothingly to him as the vet readied the needle, and I saw the life drain from his eyes as he stared back at me like he always did, with love and devotion.

We cried that day, and for many days after as well.

I eventually realized that I had almost nothing to remember Larry by; just a few photos.

I resolved then and there to never let the memory of my pets fade away, and in my spare time I started painting portraits.

Eventually, family and friends asked me to paint their pets as well.

Before I knew it, I had discovered a new passion: creating amazing pet portraits.

When I’m not in the studio, I love spending time with my two huge pals, Boris and Beorn.

Steve and his pack

I know they will eventually be gone, but in seeing their portraits on my wall everyday, I’ll keep my memories fresh, and love them forever.

I started PetArtWorks.com early in 2018 because I wanted to share another way of cherishing and loving our pets - when they are with us and especially when they are gone.

I want to create portraits you will love and treasure; portraits that capture the essence of your pet…

…portraits that will help you love your pet forever.

STEVE

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