LAST GUARANTEED CHRISTMAS ORDER DATE - DEC 11th (due to postal strikes)
A bespoke and personal ink and watercolour original illustration of your pet.
Each image is a hand-drawn and hand-painted original by British artist Zaza Shelley. The product is not digitilised, traced or printed in any way. Once you have uploaded your photographs, technology is not involved and Zaza simply sits with your photograph/s and draws directly from them onto paper with pen and ink.
FRAMING: This piece can come presented with a mount and backboard, or framed.
POSTAGE: All Zaza's paintings come via Royal Mail in packaging which fits through a standard letterbox so there is no need for special delivery (unless particularly requested).
SENDING PHOTOGRAPHS: When you have made your order, please upload pictures to Zaza through the 'contact this seller' button and your image/s will automatically be saved under your name. If you have any problems with this function, please visit https://info.notonthehighstreet.com/hc/en-us/requests/new and the NOTHS team will be delighted to assist you.
NUMBER OF PETS: Zaza can paint additional pets together and/or add human figures; use the drop down options. For photographs for a 2+ figure option, it helps if you have a photo of all figures in the same picture (doesn't need to be a good photo) purely so that Zaza is able to guage size differences. There on in, separate photos are fine and Zaza can place the figures together.
standard mount and backboard: 15x15cm
standard frame: 17x17cm
Ink and watercolour.
Zaza has completed commissions for Highgrove and worked alongside the BBC painting illustrative pet portraits. She has featured in various magazines with articles on her work including Country Life, The Field, Kew Gardens Magazine and Cotswold Life. BBC Radio 4 have also featured one of her illustrations. She holds an annual solo exhibtion with the National Trust, had illustrations in their shop and paints dogs live at shows and events around the UK.
frames and mounts all made in the UK
packaging made in the UK