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About FuzzyButtFineArt

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On Etsy since 2016

Supporting Rescue Animals One Painting At A Time

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  • Jess Kristen


    Professional PNW Pet Photographer and Portrait Artist. A strong lover of animals, I donate a $5 of every sale directly to a local non-kill shelter to help rescue animals in need.

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Last updated on Jan 8, 2020


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Last updated on May 11, 2022

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Sizing details

Page Sizes currently available are based on original product sizing available in Arches Watercolor Papers. If there is not a size available that you would like, please contact me for a custom quote.

Custom and personalized orders

Custom Orders:
All orders are customized to reflect the photo you provide with your purchase.

Personalized Orders:
With every painting you will be asked which non-kill Animal Rescue you would like your paintings donation to go to. There is a small list of rescues you can choose from or a name a rescue of your choice. Donations will be made once a year at the end of the year to all rescues who are named with purchases throughout the year.

Care instructions

The simple fact that your painting is created with water soluble products on paper makes it fragile, but here are few tips to make your painting last a lifetime:

* Frame Your Painting. Putting your watercolor behind glass ( or plexiglass)
will protect it from outside elements such as dust, humidity and sticky little hands.

* Do not hang your painting in direct sunlight. Even though professional artist materials
were used for your painting the sun can do severe damage in fading your painting.

* Be thoughtful when choosing a good location. Not all environments are suitable
for hanging original artwork. For example, humidity in a bathroom
can potentially damage your art.