Pencil Drawings

Pet Portraits

Wildlife Art

Equine Art

Pet Portraits ~ Commissions ~ Wildlife

Perfectly Unique

You can rest assured that your painting is a one off

Beautifully Personalised

Every commission is personalised using photograph references to show the unique markings, colourings, proportions and characteristics of your treasured animal

Skilfully Hand Painted

Each beautiful painting is skilfully, lovingly and carefully painted by hand

Commission a Painting

1) Choose your Medium

I can provide pet portraits in either acrylic paints, charcoal pencils or coloured pencils. I love using all three, although most of my work is in acrylics.

2) Choose your material and size

I can create commissions on canvas, slate, board, foam board or quality artist’s paper.

3) Provide good quality photos

Please provide good quality photos of your animal from different angles and a wee description of their character!


Thank you so much for the wonderful painting of Twiglet!  You have really caught the likeness and she looks quite adorable!!  I burst into tears when I saw it!!

Jane Attree

“Absolutely fantastic Amy. Love this canvas of my babies. Thank you very much. Best mothers day pressie ever!”

Wendy Johnston

“Amy did the most gorgeous portrait of our 2 boys for Gordon’s Xmas… best present ever…the detail is incredible and is pride of place in our dining room. Thanks Amy.”

Susan Murdoch

“I think your painting looks better than the reference photo!”

Cosmata Lindie

“Thank you very much for the painting, it is absolutely fantastic. You have managed to capture Monty perfectly. Thank you again x.”

Sandra Ritchie

New Year, New Media – A play with Coloured Pencils!

The majority of my artwork to date has been created in acrylics and it is a medium I love and I feel skilled in its execution. So when I received some beautiful Caran D’Ache Geneve Luminance coloured pencils for Christmas, I was delighted to explore a brand new medium to me. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve used coloured pencils before as a child, but always found that I couldn’t achieve the detail I was looking for in my art work.…

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Hogmanay Thoughts

The end of the year encourages you to look back at what you have achieved and look forward to exciting challenges in the new year ahead. I dug out some old portraits and compared them to more recent pieces I have completed and it’s really pleasing to see that my artistic skills have evolved and improved quite a lot over the past 4 to 5 years. I am not ashamed to admit that I am self taught and I am…

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