West and Willow pet portraits offer limited-time Summer Unleashed collection

West and Willow pet portraits Summer Unleashed collection. Photo provided by West and Willow
West and Willow pet portraits Summer Unleashed collection. Photo provided by West and Willow /

West and Willow pet portraits are offering a limited-time collection.

West and Willow pet portraits are offering a limited time Summer Unleashed special collection until the end of August.

With artwork done by North Carolina-based artist Tegan Harmonay, the Summer Unleashed collection offers three prints of go-to vacation destinations in the Ditch Plains Dune, Del Mar Palm, or Montrose Beach prints.

Del Mar is one of the famous dog beaches in San Diego, while Montrose Beach is located on Lake Michigan in Chicago, and Montauk is a well-known beach resort at the southeastern-most part of New York State.

Harmonay states that she gets inspiration from nature and from her relationships with her family, friends and pets, and she’s been getting a lot of inspiration from her childhood recently, as her family moved out of her childhood home not long ago.

Her creative process when crafting new pieces takes a lot of trial and error, though she hopes to convey emotion and tone through color choices.

She has a cat named Neena, who is adventurous and vocal about it, as she explained in an email. “She can be tentative and curious towards new things, once she gets comfortable, she will and get lost in her own little world. I love finding her hiding out in new, unexpected places.”

West and Willow was founded in New York City in fall 2019, so they’re just about to celebrate their first anniversary.

According to founder Ben Lebowitz, their “target is anyone who loves their pets and wants to make them a piece of art.”

Each print in the Summer Unleashed collection is $69.95, but they’re offering a 40 percent off sale to celebrate National Dog Day if you pay through the Afterpay app.

The West and Willow philosophy is “to offer simple and clean designs with a few simple backgrounds and frame options to easily blend in with your home decor,” as their website states.

These pet portraits either can come in frames or by themselves if you prefer, and the customization process is a big part of the allure. You can also have your dog or cat’s name displayed if you wish.

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