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/
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