Win A Painted Portrait Of Your Dog

 |  Apr 20th 2009  |   128 Contributions


In December I did a post on artist Kathryn Beals who painted Dogster member Sabrina's portrait. The painting came out great, I was really impressed. As it turns out, Sabrina is just one of many Dogster members she has painted.

Kathryn recently contacted me with an offer I couldn't refuse, a chance for a Dogster member to win a head portrait of their dog. The winner gets a free 14 x 18 head shot portrait, shipping and tax included.

The winner's portrait progress will be featured on Kathryn's How I Paint blog. It's a really cool site where you can follow the progress of her latest, and greatest, paintings. It's so interesting to see how she takes an image from a photograph and turns it into an amazing painting.

To enter just leave a comment in the comment section sharing why your pup is picture perfect. Just the fact that your dog is adorable is reason enough. The contest runs today through Monday, April 27th when I will choose one lucky winner.

Kathryn's portraits are a great gift to give yourself or one of your dog loving friends. It's also a wonderful way to memorialize your dog, something special you'll have long after your best friend is gone. One of the best things about Kathryn's work is that she guarantees it. If for any reason you are not happy you can get your money back. How many artists offer that deal? I can tell you, not many.

Right now Dogsters have an opportunity to get a portrait at a discounted price. If you order a painting now through the end of May you will receive $50 off. All you need to do is email Kathryn at kathryn[AT]bealsstudios.com and let her know you are a Dogster member prior to placing your order. If you have any questions regarding the special or to do with a commissioned painting just send her an email.

* Dogster member Sam pictured on top, Fig Newton shown below.


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