Tag: commission

It’s Not Too Late to Get the PERFECT Gift for Christmas!

With December quickly approaching comes the hectic frenzy of trying to figure out what to get your loved one for Christmas.  Not to worry – this year, why not get them the PERFECT gift they will always remember and treasure?

It’s not to late to get in touch with me and arrange for a commissioned drawing of a favorite pet! Below are a few samples of completed commissions. They come in three sizes – 8×10, 11×14 and 12×16. Framed or unframed. I can make your pet leap off the paper and come to life!


Give me a shout for more information, including prices and timelines. Hope to hear from you!


Geri Dunn      ph# 972-695-9592          email: geridunn@aol.com


Western Artwork Release of Peaches

ArineMy latest posting I am incredibly excited about.  The lady I finished this for owns a dressage horse who is absolutely magnificent.  I probably say that about all dressage horses, and with good reason.  Most of my life, I have only been surrounded by Arabians, Thoroughbreds and Paint Horses.  Standing next to Arine (or Peaches as she likes to be called) takes your breath away.  She is HUGE in comparison to most horses. She is so muscular that I am completely blown away by her stature.  It was an absolute pleasure to draw a unique perspective of this horse.

Unfortunately, this picture did not get the minute details that are in the original graphite drawing, but I think you get the idea.  Let me know what you think…

Coming Soon!!! View a progress in work

A project I was working on with someone had asked me to take photos of my progress as I progressed on a commission I did a while back. They lived in Colorado, while I live in California. Since I had never done such a thing, I was hesitant, but was willing to give it a try. I decided to test it out with the drawing that I had just started, and then I could determine if this was something I could do or not.

I plan on posting the initial “test” project this week, and then I will post the commissioned piece of work later the following week.   Check back later this week for the “test” project…