Pet Art Blog
Twee' Art LLC, Vermont
(New Pet/Animal Art Sizes
Susie E Caron (c) 1/4/2020
Come find out about my new line of pet and animal art sizes on my social sites under #TweeArtFun and especially on my Facebook artist’s page SusieECaron.Twee .
For this year’s theme, #SomethingOld #SomethingNew, (1-1-2020 to 2-14-2020) fans can share photos of their pets and beloved animals of all kinds: furry, finned, scaled, creeping, running, flying, swimming – domestic or wild. Of course besides presenting my new art portrait sizes for sale and custom orders, I am giving out free gifts in random drawings, for those who participate by commenting and sharing photos. In Addition – from those who share their pet and animal photos one person will win the grand prize of a free 8x10 pet portrait. (winner announced Feb 14, 2020.)
For many years now, I’ve had the honor of painting pet portraits 8x10 and larger. Everyone for whom I’ve painted a pet portrait has told me how much the portraits means to them, bringing a smile, recalling happy memories and keeping the pets presence alive in their home.
So, if I am busy painting pet portraits already why would I want to provide smaller, more affordable art sizes?
My heart is moved by pet people who love their pets and I want to make pet art available to more people. That’s the reason that this year I began working on a variety of smaller sizes on canvas.
Currently small paintings on canvas come in these sizes and prices:
4x4 (with a small easel for $25.)
4x6 (with a small easel for $35.) ($45 with frame)
5x7 (with frame $55.)
(NOTE: sizes may or may not continue to be available at later date. Prices may change without notice.)
There may be more sizes, priced under 100 coming and I am working on some beautiful paintings on wood.
What are your thoughts about this? Any suggestions?
I'd love to hear from you in comments or on my Facebook page.
You can contact me on email too: email@example.com
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Susie Caron, acrylic artist, creates realistic paintings of pets, animals, and selected scenes. Her love of and experience with many pets and farm animals throughout her life, enables her to capture the unique feeling and expression of each subject. In her commission pet and livestock portraits, Susie also works with each customer to discover and then reveal the personality and special bond between pet and human.