Artist Emma Kaufmann Creates Pop Art Pet Portraits

Mary Simpson
by Mary Simpson
Make your walls pop with a custom watercolor painting of your beloved pet. Sure to be the centerpiece that ties your whole room together!

Fellow pet owners, let’s face it: our smartphones and androids are loaded with snaps and videos of every cute expression or antic our little guy has ever thrown out there. Am I right? Our screen savers and profile pix are typically shots of our perky pooch or puss and of course we’re always ready and willing to bore share said photos with friends and family.

But have you ever thought of capturing your fur-kid in a manner that doesn’t eat up space on your phone? That doesn’t have to be saved to a cloud or require a password to access? Dare I say old-school? And let us tell you, these photos will pop on your wall.

Enter artist extraordinaire Emma Kaufmann! Working from a photo of your favorite fur child she produces a gorgeous 18-inch x 24-inch watercolor and acrylic ink portrait that vividly immortalizes your pet’s fun, quirky side through the use of creative color blocking techniques.

Nope, you don’t have to drag your little one down to a studio and hope he’ll sit pretty while his image is being captured (wow, did you just flashback to Christmas, Santa and a photo shoot gone wrong, too?) Just send in his picture, Kaufmann will get back to you re which color schemes you feel best suit your pet’s personality and then she’ll clean up the image, edit out any background clutter and make sure your pooch or puss becomes a pop art icon you’ll be proud to display at home, the office or yes…. on your smartphone!

Kaufmann herself is pet crazy and confesses that while she is allergic to both dogs and cats, she was once mama to a black hamster called Liquorice and is now a doting grandma to grand-pigs Peanut and Marshmallow. So she gets pets!

Fill your walls with art that pops – order your pet portrait today!

Mary Simpson
Mary Simpson

Sharing space with three seriously judgy Schnoodles and a feline who prefers to be left alone. #LivingMyBestLife

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