Win your pet portrait painted as part of my isolation artwork.

Imagine receiving a free custom portrait of your sweet furry companion while you are in isolation. You might be able to win one of three, custom pet portraits I will be painting in the coming months.

Frame the portrait and display it where it will surely become a conversation piece. Or, surprise a loved one with a cheerful pet portrait gift. How awesome would that be?

Win a pet portrait - offer for subscribers only.

To introduce my new series of pets painted on 9 x 12 watercolour paper, I am offering newsletter subscribers, three chances to win a portrait of their furry companion much like the recently completed Boxer or Corgi.

I am always looking to add more options for my clients in my portfolio. As a result, I have started painting pets on 9 x 12  watercolour paper for those of you who might prefer to frame their custom pet portrait.

Details to be announced in this month’s newsletter coming only to subscribers' email boxes on April 30. The contest is open ONLY for subscribers to my newsletter.

Subscribe now to my newsletter.

Receive my monthly newsletter directly in your email inbox at the end of each month. In it, you will find simple projects, announcements of new workshops, as well as contests and special offers and discounts just for subscribers. And when you subscribe, you will also receive two of my free pictorial ebooks.

Here are a few samples of past prizes.

Or, maybe you don’t want to wait?

I would love to paint a beautiful portrait of your special little friend. Visit my Custom Pet Portrait page for information. I have limited openings for late May or June. Contact me here.

A charitable donation is made to Audeamus, for all pet portrait commissions over CAD $150.00. Read about Audeamus and their important work helping sufferers of PTSD on my post Nala, a most devoted companion to a Canadian War vet.

Have you missed some of my pet portraits? Here is where you will find all pet portrait commissions.

Coming soon...a new pet portrait - Kanuk, the police dog.

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