Animal Portrait Artist: Sheri Hoeger
Sheri Hoeger has been a professional artist for many years and does a lot of commission work. She especially loves to paint pets. Sheri says:
As a fine artist, I have the opportunity to share my own personal take on the world, where splendor abounds in the simplest things. In my animal portraits, I enjoy capturing the animal’s personality, memorializing the essence of their wonderful existence.
Commission Sheri to capture your pet’s image and personality in pastel or acrylic. Giclees and note cards are available for some of the paintings shown on her site.
Some of Sheri’s other lovely work includes: Murals; Borders, Garlands & Motifs; Faux & Decorative Finishes; Fine Art, Paintings & Panels; and Public Art.
Sheri also loves to teach classes on ‘how to paint your pet.’
She ships internationally.
Visit Sheri’s Website: Art To Live By
Find her on her Facebook Page
Contact Sheri by eMail
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A QUESTION FOR YOU:
Have you had a portrait done of your pet (yet)?
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12 thoughts on “Featuring Animal Portrait Artist : Sheri Hoeger, California”
Sheri is a very talented artists and just a great all around person.
She’s a beautifully talented artist. I so love her work. It doesn’t surprise me that she’s a great person too. It shows in her work. Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you. 🙂
She is very talented. I enjoy portraits of animals.
Yes, Sheri certainly is talented. As a person who draws myself, I so admire people who can paint and make something look realistically. Thanks for checking out my post. Take care.
How nice to meet another animal portrait artist. I am visiting from the Link Up and hope that you visit me as well. Have a great weekend!
Enzie at Portraits-by-Nc.com
Thank you for visiting my blog today. I will certainly visit your site. Thank you, and nice to me you too. 🙂
Wow, those are gorgeous! She is very talented. As an artist, I truly appreciate when anyone shares an artists work, so thank you for sharing!
You’re so welcome, Leah. Thanks for stopping by.
How fun to go on a year-long trip with your beloved dog, Francene. I hope you took lots and lots of pictures. I’m sure you did. 🙂 Sheri does a marvelous dog capturing the spirit of an animal, doesn’t she? I love her work. Thanks for your visit and your comment. Peace
I’m enjoying this series. I have to tell you this story – a co worker lost her beloved dog, Buddy, after a long illness. That was a couple of years ago. Last week, she was playing with her phone (a simple phone) and found two short videos she made of her dog. She walked over and shared them with me. It made her so happy to see Buddy one last time. I’m sure the owners of these portraits will get much joy as their pets are captured forever.
Aww, that is a nice story, Alana. She’ll be able to watch that many times over. (I have videos of my Mom that I’m so glad I took in the weeks before she died.) Our dog, Jake, is a rescue dog and he’s forever attached to my husband’s hip, and that putting it mildly. He follows him everywhere. I mean, everywhere. I’m think of having an artist do his portrait as a gift to Jon. Jake is 14 years old now, so it won’t be too much longer … The problems is, I have about 60 artists coming up in my series and they’re ALL good. Decisions, decisions. 🙂 Take care, Alana.