Commission a painted portrait of your loved ones and pets.

Commissioning a fine quality portrait from Patrick Saunders, is an investment in a beautiful heirloom to be enjoyed for many generations.

The most cherished paintings are the ones that reflect our lives and portray a sense of time and character. Whether it's a special occasion or in your own living room, playroom or backyard, Patrick's attention to detail and ability to capture emotion make him one of the most sought after portrait artists.

The creative process entails more than simply painting the subject. The artist begins with a photo shoot followed by pencil sketches of the subject with several layout options for your consideration. Upon the client’s approval of the sketch, the final painting begins. With sensitivity to your preferences and tastes, Patrick partners with you in creating a painting you will cherish and feel proud of. The time the artist spends with you and the subject enables him to capture the true spirit and personality of your portrait.

Portrait Pricing:

Full figure portrait in oil
(Sizes over 72" require an additional charge)



Add an additional figure


3 Quarters figure(includes hands)
(Maximum size of 24"' x 30')


Head and shoulders only (oil on canvas or panel)
(Maximum size of 14"' x 18')



Pet Portrait Pricing:

Pet portrait up to 9" x 12" (oil on canvas or panel)


Pet portrait up to 12" x 16" (oil on canvas or panel)


Pet portrait up to 14" x 18" (oil on canvas or panel)


Pet portrait up to 16" x 20" (oil on canvas or panel)


Pet portrait up to 18" x 24" (oil on canvas or panel)



Add an additional pet to any painting


Travel and lodging costs may also apply.
Framing is not included.
Sketches remain the property of the artist but may be purchased at an additional cost.

33% of cost is due upon artist's acceptance of the commission.
33% is due upon client's approval of sketch.
34% is due upon client's approval of finished painting.

Please note: Prices may be subject to change up until initial payment is received.

(c) Patrick Saunders Fine Arts