Animal Portrait Artist – Jenna Whittaker
Lucedale, Mississippi, USA
Jenna Whittaker has been doing artwork since she was 5 years old. She took Fine Arts lessons from ages 5-11, where she learned the art of painting in acrylics, pastels, and pencil, as well as wood burning, glass etching, and more. She has entered many art shows and exhibitions, and has won 1st and 2nd place positions.
Jenna continues to practice on her own with both acrylic paints and digital art. She is from Australia but moved to the United States to be with her husband. She is aiming to be a game concept artist in the future, while continuing with pet portraits, book covers, etc.
Jenna’s animal portraits are currently either done in acrylics or digitally on the computer. She doesn’t offer the physical version due to the fact that she sells her paintings internationally (United States, United Kingdom, Australia) and postage would become too expensive.
Instead, Jenna offers the highest quality digital file, which she sends to her clients via email, dropbox, and similar apps. These digital files can then be printed. The size of the painting is up to the client, and prices vary accordingly.
Jenna’s other areas of interest in painting are: humans, environments and architecture, and fantasy creatures.
Visit Jenna’s website at Jenna Whittaker Art
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8 thoughts on “Featuring Animal Portrait Artist – Jenna Whittaker, USA”
Your works looks real .. Superb
Wow, she is so talented! I love the bird portraits, especially.
Yes, I especially love the bird paintings as well. Jenna has a lot of talent. Thank you for visiting and for your comment too, Lara. Cheers.
What lovely portraits. We have several professional photos of Mr. N as well as a caricature but no formal portrait.
I’ll bet the caricature of Mr. N is sweet. I think caricatures are fun. I’m so glad you stopped by for a visit! Until next time …
Yes, Jenna certainly did a great job of capturing their spirit, didn’t she? I love her work. Here’s wishing her a great career. Thanks for stopping by, Francene. I appreciate you!
I am between pets, but years ago (1977!) I had someone do a watercolor portrait of my (then three) parakeets. I still have it hanging on my wall. Your featured artist does lovely work by the way – the birds touched my heart!
I’m sure it’s very nice to see your parakeet portraits on your wall, Alana. You must be very happy that you had them done. I’m thinking of getting one done for my Jessie Cat, and Jake the dog too. I just had a watercolor done of Bearded Dragon. So cool. Thanks for your comment!