Aloïs ... a tribute drawing

Big, strong, playful and sadly missed! My pencils were given the mission of portraying immortalising Aloïs in action... "deep water stick fetching"




Aloïs
pencil on paper, 60x44cm
Sheona Hamilton-Grant.  All rights reserved.
SOLD


Drawing this commission was a fantastic experience. I love the forward movement the slight tilt, shift to the left. Both implying life and the past, both so symbolic and fundamental in a tribute portrait.
Aloïs is no longer but has left without a doubt the biggest paw print on his family's heart.



Comments

Jo Castillo said…
Just beautiful! You filled the memories with life. Good Job.
Hello Jo happy New Year! Thank-you, was a lovely commission to work on and one that certainly tugged at the heart strings.
Lene Daugaard said…
Beautiful tribute :)

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