Here we go into the Portraitsphere: the world of Marietta, Georgia-based artist and teacher Claire Dunaway. And on this journey, you might not leave empty-handed: Bark Magazine is hosting a contest and you could win a portrait of your very own.
Claire describes her inspiration this way:
“I am an artist and a teacher who embraces learning and exploring. As a native Georgian born and raised, I am deeply influenced by my family, faith, canine camaraderie, history and love for country; those numerous and powerful influences in my life can be seen running through the pieces I create.”
I especially like her appreciation of an easily-distracted mind (because I have one myself):
“I give thanks to God for giving me the eyes to see, the easily-distracted mind to notice and the heart to create.”
And create she does. Just look at all these faces!
If you’d like to check out more of Claire’s work, you can visit her website here. And if you’d like to enter Bark Magazine’s contest and win a 16 x 20 portrait of your dog, do so before May 14, 2013 by visiting their site here (sorry, the contest is only open to US residents). Good luck!
Shame we’re excluded! What a very talented artist. She sure does ‘see’ dogs.
I know, I wish anyone anywhere could enter. But yes, she’s definitely talented.
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