Abstract Boxer dog - acrylics on board - Kelly Goss Art
The Bold Boxer dog portrait - acrylics on board - Kelly Goss Art
“The Bold Boxer” dog portrait – acrylics

 

“The Bold Boxer” dog portrait – Acrylics on board

“The Bold Boxer” is quite different from my other dog portraits. He was created during an art workshop (Animals in Speed Acrylics) which I attended in Newmarket run by Tindalls  Art & Crafts and tutored by Lois Cordelia. Lois demonstrated many useful and interesting techniques: using coloured mount boards as backgrounds to enhance your subject; speed painting of animals using acrylics; focusing on lighter areas to created depth.

The majority of my pet portraits are done in a realistic style, using traditional colours. I deliberately chose to use bright, unnatural colours while I worked on the boxer’s head shot. I love the colours: a mixture of dark blues, pink and white highlighted by shimmering pink, light blue and gold. I am pretty happy with this handsome boy.

Size: 20 x 27” – 510 x 680 mm (framed)

 

“The Bold Boxer”

Original art work of “The Bold Boxer” dog portrait

  • NOT FOR SALE: Sorry! The original painting of the “The Bold Boxer” is not available for purchase!

Prints of “The Bold Boxer” dog portrait

  • Visit my Pixels.com/ FineArtAmerica.com store for Custom Prints: You can have this image of “The Bold Boxer”  printed onto canvas, framed, acrylic or metal prints as well as mobile phone cases, towels, shower curtains, t-shirts, tote bags, throw pillows
  • Visit my Redbubble.com store for Custom Prints: You can have this image of “The Bold Boxer” printed onto canvas, photographic, art, framed or metal prints as well as mobile phone cases, laptop cases, skins and sleeves, mugs, notebooks, bags, clothing, stickers, greeting cards, throw pillows

Dog Portrait Commissions

  • Bespoke Commissions: If you would like me to produce a similar painting of a boxer dog, another breed of dog, or more specifically, your pet, have a look at my Pet Portrait Commissions information

 

“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.”

Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

 

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