January 25, 2013



Are you a fellow pet lover?

I’m a huge animal lover, I live with three shelter rescues, obsessed with Animal Cops on TV, and think I perhaps stop and say to hello to every dog I pass. So I’m thrilled that my friend artist Erica Ericsdotter now is commissioning pet portraits.  I just had Bubba painted as a present for Dan and was blown away by the quality, detail and expression. I don’t even think Erica knows just how amazing they are! I mentioned to her last night that I was writing this and she kindly offered 15% OFF to all Live Like You readers (ends 1/31) , just e-mail her and tell her.  Thank You Erica!

I’m delighted every time she shares her latest portrait on FB or her site.

Here are some. Enjoy!

SEAMUS – The Sweetie

MOSBY

HANK – The Portrait

BELLA – The Princess

NALA – The Queen

STELLA – The Mischievous

DELANEY – The Mancoon

And finally….

BUBBA – The Force

She captured him perfectly from the image I sent her. Crazy good detail.

Now I want more…

There are just  so many moments to capture…

Dogs are such funny creatures….

Yasmine, my friend Cheryl’s dog during our Knock Out meeting yesterday –  ready for her close up!

Have a great weekend!

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3 Comments

  • Comment by Splendid Willow — January 25, 2013 @ 10:02 am

    She is one talented gal Ms Erica (just like yourself Jill!).

    The Bubba portrait is wonderful!!!! A forever piece. (She really captured his personality too!).

    Miss you Jillson. Just called both your phones…

    Hugs and happy weekend.

    Mon

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