Pet Portrait Commissions

Pet Portraits by Eddy Ashenden Artist Brisbane

Pet Portrait Commissions

Car Protector Strips & Stoneguard

Damage from other car doors! Stones Flying on the highway!  Bags being dragged across boot sills! Avoid the damage by fitting protector strips and 3M Clear Vinyl Film

Watercolour Paintings

Indulge yourself by having your pet painted in watercolour or any other precious subject.  View my Paintings for Sale. Book a watercolour lesson


Tasteful or sporty - to reflect your style!

Car Graphics

Exciting new car graphics either  printed or vinyl cut colours.

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Paint Protection strips and film - Car Graphics & Pinstripes  - Watercolour Art - Pet Portraits

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Car Protector Strips & Films

Prevent damage caused by car doors opening onto your paintwork , stones flying up onto bonnets.  Fit protector strips & StoneGuard vinyl film fitted to bonnet and boot sill.  MORE...

Vehicle Graphics & Pinstripes

Reflect your style with vehicle graphics, pinstripes, in beautiful printed styles, or two colour computer cuts. You are only limited by your imagination.  MORE...


Essential vehicle signage to promote your business..  MORE...



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Pet Portraits in Watercolour     -      Brisbane Australia

Contact:   or phone 0411 878 952

 Prices:  Size: 380mm x 280mm - $250.00 unframed.  Size: 550mm x 350mm $350.00 unframed. 

I can organise framing for you which is approximately $140.00.  As you can see from the pet portraits shown below that I have already done for clients I am very enthusiastic about this subject.  Send me photos of your pet.  I can photoshop them into one picture and drop in an attractive background to create a beautiful watercolour painting of your beloved pet.                                    



Picture above is of only two dogs howling but we wanted to see their faces in the painting so client sent me two more pictures showing their faces to include in the painting. Once these were positioned I then replaced the ordinary background with a more attractive, appealing one.


Painting below was a composite of two photos which I called "No! I don't know where your bone is!"   










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