Intarsia pet portraits from United States

Posted By on November 8, 2009

Janette Square

These pet portraits in the technology called intarsia are made by Janette Square from Eugene, Oregon, US.

Janette Square is an accomplished, internationally recognized intarsia artist who has received several awards on art shows.

Very many more of her works can be seen on her website:

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12 Responses to “Intarsia pet portraits from United States”

  1. VetTech says:

    That Maine Coon cat is just beautiful! I know of plenty of people who would want their pet’s likeness done in this medium.

  2. amy lilley says:

    STUNNING… amazing use of wood..sooo fluid in her style..really beautiful!!

  3. Grace says:

    WOW – those are fabulous!

  4. those are absolutely beautiful!

  5. Trent says:

    Beautiful! Do you have any of eagles?

  6. Jeanne says:

    I have never heard of Intarsia. This work is absolutely fascinating. The faces on the dogs and cats are very expressive.

  7. Blog Tactic says:

    great wood works


  8. Janette says:

    Thank you for the kind comments. I sell my work all over the world. I also sell patterns of my own designs too. I hope you enjoy looking at my website and let me know if I can answer any questions for you!

  9. subodh kumar says:

    hi janette, i am very found of your intarcia wood carved potrates, i am a hi tech wood worker since my child hood as hobby i have started intarcia and illustration wood carving work i would like to start friendship with you and enhance it, i have precured mosly all basic power and manual tools related with wood carving i request u please mail me aniumals wood carving paterns thanks subodh kumar from india

  10. Barb says:

    Good evening,

    Would you be able to mail my Dad a catalog?

    Henry Schrier

    PO Box 741

    Lumby, BC V0E 2G0

    Thank you, Barb

  11. Lori says:

    How do I get a copy of this kitty pattern ?

  12. Lori says:

    How do I get a copy of this kitty pattern ?

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