Tag: dog art

Can you paint my furkid? Why yes! Yes I can.

So, it has been incredibly busy in a very positive way here at the Redstreake studio. Keeping in mind that I do have a full time job with the best boss in Alabama, working as a graphic and web designer for UAHuntsville's Earth System Science Center the last 18 years. And so, with that, my ...


Detail of the Schipperke oil painting

This is a detail shot of the oil painting I am finishing up. I painted the edges and they are drying now. This oil is 11 x 14"


This is why I LOVE what I do.

I got this email today from one of my commission clients. She had a portrait of her daughter's dog done by me in pastels. Her daughter emailed me today and this is what she said: You came closer to capturing Maggie's inner and outer beauty than I ever thought it possible. I love the portrait! Thanks ...


Another pastel commission :-)

Another commission delivered to the client :-). This dog was really fun to do, I love all the colors and textures in this pastel :-). I think I am really needing, though, to do a horse now... more specifically, a gypsy. Will see how that one turns out! Several more commissions to do, including one ...


commission time…

Commission season has started for me, my favorite time of year. Here is one that I just finished, a native american indian dog, absolutely gorgeous face! She was a joy to paint 🙂 If you are interested in a portrait commission, email me at redstreake@mac.com. (you can also visit my website at http://www.redstreakeart.com  


What? A really cheap commission portrait sale? Golly!

I have decided to do something I never do... have a MAJOR sale on my commissioned artwork. I am offering a mere $75 for an 8 x 10" commissioned pet portrait in watercolor for this labor day weekend ONLY!! Will I get any bites? I am not sure, I haven't done this before... Normally I ...


Laughing Dog, finished!

...And here is the finished painting! I really love how she turned out! Talk about a challenge, I painted this from a picture taken from a cell phone inside a car! Loved the photo, tho! Really precious!! This painting was done on Ampersand Aquabord using Daniel Smith watercolors, 8x10". Delivered to the client this morning ...