11 February 2014

Henry Boxer in Wash and Line

To inquire about this piece, leave a comment below or contact the artist directly at the link in this post.

ART HELPING BOXERS—
Sale Pending
HENRY BOXER
watercolor wash and ink line
on Arches 140 lb. hot press paper
5 x 7 inches
copyright Vernita Bridges Hoyt

This casual wash and line painting of Henry was painted to generate a donation to Legacy Boxer Rescue in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas. Henry's mom-woman has seen the painting and wants to purchase it. The funds will be donated to Legacy Boxer Rescue as soon as the payment of $45 arrives in the mail, at which time the painting will ship to its new home.

For my ART HELPING BOXERS fundraiser, I offered pet portraits for half my typical commission fee in hopes that the paintings will sell quickly thereby generating funds to help ownerless Boxer dogs. The deadline for requesting a portrait in this fundraiser was December 2013. There were so many requests, I am still painting from the request list. All fundraiser proceeds (less shipping costs) are donated to help a Boxer rescue organization. 

Inquire here to commission a portrait of your pet in watercolor, oil or pastel. You will find more examples of my pet portraits at TXsauce.net



7 comments:

  1. I would love to hear your comments on this piece.

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  2. Love it Vernita! but I love all your dog portraits!

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  3. Thank you, Suzy! It is a lot of fun painting these quick portraits to help the ownerless boxers. I typically paint them in stolen increments of time while another painting is drying.

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  4. Payment is being mailed today. Thank you for sharing your time and talent. Love this painting :)

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  5. Thank you for letting me know the payment is on the way. This really is my pleasure to find a way to help the Boxers. I'm so glad you are happy with the painting.

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