Wow, what a weekend, as part of this special portrait of Milo and the filming I got to meet Alan Carr. Originally I thought I was going to hand it over but in the end the got Alan Carr to do it. I am not sure I am allowed to share yet the photos. I am waiting to find out, but I am sure I can share Milo’s portrait. 

Don’t you think he is just the handsomest dog you have ever seen!?

I am so honoured to be chosen to paint his portrait, and I hope it brings Charley much happiness for years to come. Now to keep everything crossed he wins Scrufts in a few weeks.

I also managed t finish Soya’s portrait this week. Things have been so slow concentrating on Milo’s pet portrait I have slipped behind and now I really, really need to play mega catch up. Here is Soya’s portrait.

Soya small

Isn’t she lovely. Her portrait measures 10×12 inches and I am really pleased with how it has turned out.

It’s funny, it is the year of the dog (Chinese New Year) yet this year seems to be all about the cat as far as pet portraits are going. I never seem to get many cat portraits, but it is going to be fun to do so many as I don’t normally get this many cat commissions. if you love your feline companion watch this space for some cat portraits!