Let’s talk!

Feel free to get in touch using the form below or call Francesca Wyllie on 07810008909

To discuss your requirements or for any questions you may have, please use the contact form.

If you are interested in commissioning a pet portrait or in buying original painting, limited edition prints or for tuition, do get in touch.

If you would prefer contact by phone, leave your number in the message.

Your privacy is important and your details will only be used by the Wyllie Fox and not passed to any third parties.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do contact us if there is anything you are unsure of.

Will I own the Copyright of the painting?

No. The Artist Francesca Wyllie reserves all rights. You should not reproduce the original painting as this will breach the Artists’ copyright.

Will I be kept updated with the progress?

You will receive a sketch by email which will be agreed on before the painting has started. Once agreed you will receive regular updates on the painting’s progression.

Payment

1. An initial payment of £30 will be paid to cover the initial sketch and research time. 2. On agreeing the sketch a 50% deposit of the total amount (including delivery charges) is required before the portrait is started. 3. On completion the remaining 50% balance will be due. The painting will not be sent until the payment is received.

How long will it take?

Depending on the complexity and size of the portrait, your painting will normally take between 1 – 3 weeks to complete and this will be agreed with you before the commission is started.

An original portrait which has been painted in oils can take a while to dry. The painting will be posted within one month of completion and should be handled with care as the paint is not fully cured until one year! If you would prefer a painting in acrylics please specify this as this can be posted immediately.

What do you need from me?

It would be helpful if you can describe your pets personality and some of the things he or she likes to do. Photos will be required but the backgrounds aren’t as important as seeing your pet clearly. Usually for a portrait a photo of you pet looking straight at the camera will work best. Your dog’s photos and your description will inspire the artist and she will then decide how best to portray your pet.

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