purchase existing artwork

All of the artwork featured on this site is available for purchase in a variety of sizes and media. Contact John with inquiries and for price quotes on his existing artwork.

commissioned & custom work

John is happy to accept commissioned and custom work to produce high-quality artwork from your pet's photograph. Prices will vary based on the desired treatment and size of the completed artwork as well as the desired medium. In general, a canvas original will run around $35-$60 for smaller sizes (up to 8x10) up to $200 for large sizes (like 16x20).

Contact John to discuss your custom pet artwork today!

frequently asked questions

  • How long will it take to create my custom pet artwork?

    In general, it will take about a week for John to create a piece of pet art from your pet's photograph. After the artwork has been completed, John will send you an e-mail proof image of the art to review, and if you like the finished piece, he'll move to production and will then ship the piece of art to you via Priority Mail or FedEx. Thus, overall turnaround time should run about two weeks from when you send John your pet's photograph to when you receive your custom artwork.

    Rush options may be available at extra cost, depending on John's schedule. Depending on the piece, John may be able to complete and ship your artwork within two days of your order for an additional charge.

  • What materials are used to create my custom pet artwork?

    The finished artwork is printed via the giclee process onto fine art canvas and then stretched on the appropriate size of boards. John can also "rush" a piece of custom pet art via an ink transfer process, although giclee will give better results.

  • What sort of photo does John need?

    Digital photos are preferred, but John can also work from prints. Digital photos should come from at least a two megapixel camera and should be saved at the highest / finest resolution settings your camera offers for best results. John can work from professional pet photos, but he requires a signed release from the photographer who owns the copyright on the original photograph.


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