National Purebred Dog Day® is proud to announce its inaugural Fine Arts Competition and invites “dog artists” to this Call for Entry. There are 93 days left before the deadline!
The Challenge: Over 300 dog breeds exist in the world today, some at risk of vanishing in our lifetime. To honor the rich heritage of these breeds, the theme of National Purebred Dog Day®‘s 2016 competition is “diversity.”
A few quick facts about the Competition:
•One “Best in Show” winner will receive $2,000;
•The Best in Show winning image will become the official National Purebred Dog Day® poster for 2016;
•Deadline is October 25, 2016;
•Juror: Dan Sayers;
•Submissions of original art will be in the form of jpg files;
•Non-refundable entry fee of $35.00;
•All accepted entries will be available for purchase on National Purebred Dog Day®‘s website after the winner has been announced; This provides a unique opportunity for artists to showcase their talent to a concentrated audience of purebred dog owners and admirers.
To enter the competition, or learn more details of the competition, i.e., acceptable media, criteria, juror, terms and conditions, please visit:
Additionally, please visit the link to the YouJudgeIt Applicant Tutorial: http://bit.ly/applicanttutorial
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Through your talent, we’ll spread the word that be they are heritage bred or rescued, purebred dogs are worth preserving, protecting, and celebrating for their contributions and importance to the cultures that created them for a reason. We all win with a robust turnout in this competition. Artists get exposure, and proceeds of entry fees, and the sale of art and posters are put back into the competition, and/or to maintain NPDD’s website. NPDD is honored by the participation of the many fine dog artists.
Image: “Stella” by A Westerberg, an entry in the 2011 OPA Associate Showcase Painting Competition