Home Fur the Holidays
It’s hard to believe that the 4th Home Fur the Holidays event is coming up. There are a number of you who have started a tradition of having an annual portrait made of your dogs and I can’t express how excited I am about seeing you year after year. Thank you.
When: Saturday, December 8 from 10-4 (early bird portrait sessions are available at 9 and 9:30).
Where: Play Dog Play on Pine Street in BurlingtonWho: You, your pups, and a whole bunch of cool local animal businesses! A portion of the day’s sales will benefit HSCC.
I highly recommend signing up now for a portrait session. Last year I was only able to accept a few walk-ins. Plan to bring a favorite toy, scarf, etc. as this year I want to include playful portraits!
Sign up HERE!
Give A Gift, the Easy Way
Although I’m booked for regular portrait sessions until the end of the year there is a fantastic option if you’re looking for a unique gift. I’m offering a limited number of 10 special portrait packages that can be used between January 2 and April 30, 2013.
For only $500 you’ll be able to give:
- An on-location portrait session for up to 3 animals within the Burlington-Middlebury area. (More animals and/or travel are additional)
- Either an 11×14″ gallery wrapped canvas OR an 11×14″ custom framed print
- A Digital Display set of five medium resolution files
This gift is valued at $650, but to the recipient it’s priceless. Your gift will include a customized certificate and will be ready for you to personalize with your own handwritten message. Of course, you can opt to give yourself a gift as well!
Gifts can be purchased HERE.
Phoenix Books Gallery
Thank you to everyone who came out to Phoenix Books in Essex this past Sunday evening! It was so fun to chat with you and sign some calendars. If you missed the opening reception, fear not! My display of portraits from HSCC will be hanging well into the new year. All pieces are for sale and will benefit HSCC, Phoenix Books, and myself. So stop in to their Essex store (across from Essex Cinemas), have a cup of tea and a scone, and browse some of my favorite portraits.