Dog Art Dog custom dog portraits from your dog photo in pop art dog Giclee prints. Worthy of any star's home and the perfect pet lover gift.

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Question:
In our 10 years creating dog art, How many clients or customers would you say have

1) asked for a refund of any purchase?

2)  made a return of any purchase?

3)  were not completely thrilled with our custom art of their dog?

Answer:
Zero

Custom Dog Paintings

Gallery Wrapped Canvas printed on all sides. No need for frames!


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My limited edition fine Giclee prints are the highest quality and always exciting to receive. The colors are rich and vivid, so much better than can be shown here. Custom commission sales are not finalized until your 100% satisfaction (or more!) approval of the artwork proof is given, and final payment has been made.

Imagine Your Dog In Pop Art!

Custom Dog Art Fine Giclee Prints

Imagine Your Dog In Pop Art With Impact!

Isn't it time to make your dog the star they were meant to be? This original custom dog pop art looks so great, and will be the topic of conversation for everyone that sees them!

Large Piece Measuring 16" X 36"
Certificate of Authenticity
Fine Giclee print using heavy inks and photo gloss paper
Working from your photo, a one-of-a-kind masterpiece
3 Renditions on one large piece measuring 16" X 36" unframed.

3 Rendition "Warhol" Custom Dog Pop Art Giclee Print 16" X 36"
$595.00 (Shopping cart divides this amount plus shipping into 2 payments - deposit, then the balance paid when you are delighted with the final proof)

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1 Rendition Custom Dog Art Giclee Print on Gallery Wrapped Canvas 16" X 20"
Gallery wrapped so no need for frame and quality varnished. One or two pets. One week to 10 days completion.
$399.00
(Shopping cart divides this amount plus shipping into 2 payments - deposit, then the balance paid when you are delighted with the final proof)

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1 Rendition Giclee Print on Mounted Canvas 16" X 20"
Mounted on Crescent acid-free mounting board and quality varnished. One or two pets. One week to 10 days completion.
$299.00
(Shopping cart divides this amount plus shipping into 2 payments - deposit, then the balance paid when you are delighted with the final proof)

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1 Rendition Dog Art Custom Giclee Print on Gallery Wrapped Canvas 24" X 30"
Gallery wrapped so no need for frame and quality varnished. One or two pets. One week to 10 days completion.
$599.00
(Shopping cart divides this amount plus shipping into 2 payments - deposit, then the balance paid when you are delighted with the final proof)

Shipping choice USPS Priority or Overnight


Custom dog art makes fantastic surprise gifts for friends and family members. Or why not treat yourself?

You may send your photo(s) through the mail or email.  50% of commission (100% satisfaction guarantee) can be paid with a check, money order, or credit card.  Upon approval of the proof, the balance can be paid the same way.  Custom commission sales are not finalized until your 100% satisfaction (or more!) approval of the artwork proof is given, and the final payment is made. All photos will be returned in excellent condition.
I will give your dog the same time and attention to detail as all the Limited Edition pieces available here. You can be sure you'll get a true likeness which is both flattering and artistic.
Custom sizes available, just email Laura Sotka through "Contact Us".

Giclee (pronounced "gee-clay") is a French word meaning "a spraying of ink".
Giclee prints have many advantages over both offset lithography and serigraphs
(screen prints). Giclee prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs
and the dynamic color range is greater than serigraphy.

The printing technique utilizes microscopically fine droplets of ink to form the
image/ A print can consist of nearly 20 billion ink droplets. This unique feature
produces a near continuous tone image, smoother gradation between tones and
a more finely differentiated color palette.

It is often difficult to distinguish the Giclee from the original piece of art!


Take Great Candid Photos of Your Pet

By Suzi Sevcik

When you're looking through your stack of photos of your pet are they all nicely centered, in focus, looking sharp or is your pet half chopped off, blurring, or looking the other way? Taking great photos of your favorite pet is harder than it looks. All it takes is a little practice and you can be shooting fantastic photos of Fido. There's a lot that goes in to camera selection and we'll save that for another article. For now, it's just you, your camera & your pet.

1. The first step is patience. Your dog or cat probably has a much different agenda than you & if you're rushed, they're going to pick up on your anxiety & not look or feel relaxed. If the time you choose to photograph your pet is going to be on a tight schedule, it may be better to come back to it when you have the time.

2. The next important step is training. Your pet doesn't have to have a 4 year doggie school degree, but some basics will help. Simple commands like, Sit, Stay, Lay Down are easy to teach and will go a long ways in making your photo shoot more productive. Start your photo shoot with a quick little training refresher. Have some tiny, but yummy treats handy & just run them through the basics. Once you have their attention, they'll be focused on you and willing to please.

3. Have you decided where you'd like to take their picture? Is it by the lake, in the house or maybe in your own backyard? Choose a site that is free of distractions and at a time of day when the sun will be behind you to reduce shadows if you're outdoors.

4. A little help goes a long way, especially if you have multiple pets. Enlist your kids or friends to either help with the posing of your pets or handling of the camera. Keep it light & make it fun for everyone. If you feel you're getting stressed out...take five & let the animals take a breather too. But keep your camera handy, you may get some of your best shots when they're relaxing.

5. Take your petís fur color into consideration when choosing a background or if there's going to be someone in the picture with them. Posing with a black dog while youíre wearing dark jeans will leave you with a photo a of dark blob. Consider colors that complement each other.

In my experience, I've found that a digital camera works best with pets. You can take tons of photos and then only print the really good ones. Next time you see your pet doing something cute, keep your camera handy & snap away.

Suzi Sevcik is photography buff & owner of PetLabels.com, a company that produces high quality, full color address labels with your petís photo on them. For more information, go to: http://PetLabels.com

Since you are dealing directly with the artists, all our dog art work on Dog Art Dog is completely customizable to suit your size, color and taste.

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