Angela Alexander Art Contemporary Dog & Cat Art

NEW WORK


 
   
 
Happy Holidays everyone! I have been hard at work on quite a few holiday commissions so, unfortunately, I haven't been able to share most of what I've been working on through social media. However, here are a few of the pieces I've finished that I can share.
 
Top Left: "Did You Say Cheese?" I mean, how can you not fall in love with this pug's wrinkly grin? Top Right: I painted this "Wonky Donkey" as a fun, loose study in between commission orders. When I posted it to social media though, I got so much positive feedback I decided to have it professionally photographed, and paper and metal prints are now available. The original is also still available.
 
Bottom Left: This loveable English Lab's name is Dan Brown. His parents sent me his portrait one day when I was looking for inspiration. I just had to paint him, and then his family just had to have the original. I'm always looking for inspiration because I have to have originals in my studio and at local shops. So if you've got a great shot of your pet, send it my way. If I choose to paint him, you'll get the first opportunity to purchase the original. Bottom Right: I painted sweet Nari as part of a donation I made to the Taste of Compassion silent auction benefitting the Asheville Human Society. Her family bid and won the commission as a birthday present for one of Nari's owners. I love finding ways to give back to the community through my art. 

GIFT IDEAS $25 & UP

 

ARTFUL GIVING AT NORTHLIGHT



Treat someone you love with a piece of art, and help those less fortunate by doing so. In celebration of the true meaning of the season, each artist at NorthLight Studios will be donating 15% of sales to Homeward Bound of WNC on December 8. Also, two families are matching dollar-for-dollar every gift made up to $100,000 until Dec. 31st. Please join us for beautiful new art, libations, appetizers, and merriment!

SHIPPING REMINDER

 
Just a friendly reminder! As you plan your gifts this holiday season, remember to leave time for shipping. The shipping companies can get overwhelmed with deliveries around the holidays, and orders sometimes take a little longer to reach their destination.