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Carrie Beehan| DOG PORTRAITS


Your own Dog Portrait


  • Choose your height and width of painting to match your room.

  • Choose up to five colors to match your room and your other art.

  • Choose your favorite dog-toy, furniture, cushion, whatever brings you and your dog together!

  • Do you have their rescue papers? - I can include copies of them in the art or sealed in the back of the frame.

Cleo and Coco

With their favorite toys, and bedding - fabric samples were supplied from curtain and furnishing coverings and inspired the dog beds and background wall textures.

Bisbee Boy

Stage 3

Stage 2

Stage 1

Patterned sides of paintings are an option




"The magnificent painting that Carrie Beehan created of my Chihuahua Tanemahutua captures his spirit and my heritage and life story in an organic yet textural manner... "

Giarna TeKanawa, Manhattan, New York, 2015




































Tanemahuta Tekanawa 2014

H48" x W36" x D2"

Acrylic on canvas with molding paste, feather, black obsidian from Mt Kilimanjaro, New Zealand paua shell and greenstone, Scottish tartan, rare and old stamps, porcelian from Abu Dhabi and found objects.


This commission started with the client breaking a precious plate that she had purchased from a local market in Abu Dhabi, and asking me if I could do anything with the pieces.  I saw a helicopter in them and seeing as the client's family had owned a helicopter business, this was a good place to start.  In the painting her imposing 7lb Chihuahua dog Tanemahuta looks over the client as she climbs Mt Kilimanjaro in 2014. Tane's nose is crafted from black obsidian found on the Kilimanjaro trail and his eye is paua shell from New Zealand. Wanting to bring in both the client's Maori and Scottish heritage, Tane wears the traditional Maori ceremonial cloak while a building is covered in the family Scottish tartan.

Tanemahuta at home on the client's wall in Manhattan placed between traditional Maori

carving , Art Deco birds and lights from the famous New Zealand designer David Trubridge.

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