Frequently Asked Questions
Our pets are part of our family. A pet portrait is a great way to celebrate your pet and
to create a keepsake that will last forever. Here are answers to questions that my clients frequently ask.
Each order is custom. Generally, the smallest painting is 16x20 inches, medium is 22x30 inches, and large is
30x40 inches. We can go as large as your space allows.
Paintings on archival paper start at $400. Paintings on canvas start at $500.
Your painting is custom, based on the photos you send and our conversation. Your painting will be done by
me, Georgia Nagle, by hand. No print shop techniques are ever used.
How soon can I get my painting?
You will get your painting within 4 weeks. I will expedite orders for an additional charge. Please ask if
you would like your painting sooner.
Will you get my pet portrait `right`?
Yes. I make every effort to guarantee you are elated with your pet portrait.
You will get a photo of your pet's portrait when it's almost finished and will have an opportunity to ask
Plus, I have fun when I paint! My paintings are whimsical. I love dogs, cats, and other pets. I take pride
in learning the unique characteristics of each pet and take time to make sure each painting accurately
reflects my subject.
Can you frame my portrait?
I currently don't frame pet portraits. There are many great frame shops around. Ask around and find a great
local shop to frame your portrait.
The deposit, which is 50% of the total price, is non-refundable. If you are not happy with your pet
portrait, I will do my best to fix issues you are not happy with. I've done over 500 pet portraits and have
been painting them for over 20 years. I never have had an issue where I could not make the buyer happy. If,
for some reason, you are not satisfied with your pet's portrait, I will keep the painting and you will not
be charged the balance.
Do you do portraits of people?
No. People are a whole 'nother animal.