Danger Cats Now at the Santa Monica Museum of Art
Ferreted Out! Danger Ferrets from Nepal

German Dogs! 20 years after German Reunification!

Valki is a Doberman Pinscher rescued into a loving home.   Here the Enlightened Dog is painted by Sanjib Rana.

This portrait of a German Shepherd is by Mohan.   This is a German Shepherd from Nepal and is a calendar dog.   Alsatian Art all the way from Dogmandu!

Here is Moose, a classic Rottweiler Danger Dog as painted by Nara of Asha Art.

It is hard to believe that it has been 20 years since the Berlin Wall fell.  

You can immortalize your dog on metal with a soulful portrait from Nepal.   These talented signboard artists are seeing their livelihoods disappear as digital imagery replaces the lovely traditional artwork on metal.  

Send me a photo of your pet and I will give it to 3 signboard artists, giving you a choice of 3 portraits.  3 people get work, you get 3 choices, museum shops get folk art!

You send no money up front.   If you do not like your pet's portrait, you pay nothing.   All 3 artists are paid fair trade wages whether you choose their work or not.  Pay only if you are satisfied.

Each sign is synthetic enamel on metal, approximately 1 foot square.   You choose what you would like them to say.   They can be hung indoors or out.

I have commisioned over 1500 pieces to date, making a real difference to these artists.  

I will return from Nepal in early December with new works in plenty of time to deliver for the holidays.  

Order your Danger Dog (or Cat or Turtle) today!   Give someone you love a portrait of someone they love.  

Write with questions or comments to ampage1 (at) gmail.com or go to the NepalDog.com website.


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