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Why I love Nepal - dogs on gates!

Chow-Chow and Peka-Chows!

The dramatic Chow is a classic choice for a traditional Beware of Dog signboard.  

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Rico the Chow, as painted by Sabala.

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And Rico the Chow, this time by Sagar.

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Miles, a prize-winning black Chow, here painted by Megh Raj.   Miles guards his turf in the mountains of Malibu.

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This time Miles the Chow as painted by Sabala.

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Nara weighs in with his portrait of Miles the Black Chow.

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Fannie, a Pekingese and Chow mix (Peka-Chow), is painted by Nabin.   Fannie is a small dog but she has the black tongue and lips of a traditional Chow.

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Fannie again, this time by Shree of Pokhara.   

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Fig is an Enlightened Chow mix.  He and a cat friend had portraits ordered at the same time, but the cat was a Danger Cat.   When asked about this, Fig's owner explained that since Fig was part Chow, it was better not to scare people away.   And the cat, Jack Henry, was a Danger in any case!

All of these portraits of Chows and Chow mixes are currently available at prices ranging from $140-$200.   

If you'd like to have your own pet immortalized on metal by an endangered Nepali signboard artist, please contact me at ampage1@gmail.com.  There is no risk to you, as I only accept payment after you choose which of the 3 signboard artists portrait of your pet you would like.    The cost for your choice of 3 Nepali folk art paintings of your pet is $250.    You can buy all 3 for $500.   This is a Fair Trade Art project and the artists get paid regardless of your choice.

Over 1400 pieces have been commissioned to date and it is beginning to make a difference in these artists' lives.   I have worked with 58 artists so far.  

By the way, I love comments and questions, so feel free to ask anything.   Please check out my website at www.NepalDog.com.

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