Sue Clancy can be commissioned to create personalized portraits of pets, objects or places that tell a visual story of particular people.
When creating a commissioned pet portrait – the dog looks like the real-life dog and includes elements from the real-life dog-owner’s life; objects, activities, favorite colors etc. “I preserve a likeness that captures the personality and spirit of a beloved being.” says Clancy. “I also preserve aspects of the dog and human relationship creating a very personal visual story that merges the life of a person and their dog. My working method is the same for cats and very similar for objects and places.”
The pieces pictured below are commissions that already have homes – they are included here as examples of special commissions by Clancy – for more information or to commission a work of fine art please contact Caplan Art Designs www.caplanartdesigns.com or Joseph Gierek Fine Art www.gierek.com or the Aurora Gallery https://auroragalleryonline.com/
Love seeing these commissioned pet portraits by Clancy as fine art prints in the backgrounds of photos taken in Canal District Wines!
Clancy art in client spaces (photos courtesy of clients and art galleries)
Sue Clancy’s vitae and artist statements are on the about page.
Juicy details, with pictures, about the commission process to create a portrait of two cats: https://sueclancy.com/portrait-commission-of-two-cats/
Two blog post links that talk about the process of creating a color dog portrait: https://sueclancy.com/2017/03/31/fine-art-commission-bailey-at-the-lake/ and https://sueclancy.com/2017/03/20/the-art-commission-innocent/
A blog post talking a bit more about the black and white ink dog portraits is here: https://sueclancy.com/2016/12/03/sue-draws-dogs/
A blog post explaining a bit about why… https://sueclancy.com/2017/01/10/why-whimsical-dog-art/
Another blog post talking about the art materials used to create the black and white ink dogs: https://sueclancy.com/2017/01/08/more-dog-book-progress/
All words and images copyright Sue Clancy 2021 – 2022