Win A Portrait Of Your Pup Contest

 |  Oct 6th 2009  |   78 Contributions


page20-1015-fullOne of our favorite artists, Kathryn Beals, is back and offering up another of her gorgeous portraits for a Dogster contest. We had a contest with Kathryn back in April and had over 126 entries!

Along with painting, Kathryn has been very busy working on her website and blog since the last contest. You can go to her How I Paint blog and watch her while she painted Dogster member Jolanda, a page20-1003-fullvery talented service dog. She even has an entire section just of the Dogster dogs she painted, they're great, go check them out.

The amazing thing about Kathryn is that she's self taught. Her portraits are a great gift to give yourself or one of your dog loving friends. Its also a wonderful way to memorialize your dog, something special youll have long after your best friend is gone.

One of the best things about Kathryns 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.

We're offering up a free 16" x 20" head-shot portrait. Plus, any Dogster members who place an order by October 31st get $50* off any size portrait. Since this is American Humane's Adopt-A-Dog Month I've used that to come up with a contest. To enter the contest leave a comment in the comment section sharing what you are going to do to celebrate Adopt-A-Dog Month. It can be something special for your own pup, or volunteering at a shelter, donating a few dollars, giving a shelter something on their wish list, or even walking the dogs like mentioned in the article yesterday.

The contest runs today through Friday, October 16th when Bo will choose a winner.

*To get the $50 discount please email Kathryn beforehand, or order and then get her to issue a partial credit.

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