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Paint Your Pet

A PORTRAIT OF YOUR BEST FRIEND!

Unleash your imagination and take home a painting that honors the most spoiled member of the family! Simply send in a photo of your pet, and your canvas will be prepared with a sketch when you arrive for class. Your instructor will assist in masterfully creating a painting of your adorable bundle of fur..or feathers! This is a new highly popular class and class size is limited, so sign up early!

Send Us Your Photo

  • Please email your pet photo to info@carriecurranart.com at least 3 days before your scheduled class date. We will confirm receipt of your photo and let you know that the photo is suitable for the painting
  • Be sure the photo is clear and high resolution is best.
  • TIP, outdoor lightening works best
  • If you would like to paint two pets on one canvas, the cost is $150 or $75 per pet. Each pet needs it’s own time and attention for drawing and painting. ( just like in real life! )

Cost: $75 per pet

Age: 13 & up

What to bring: Feel free to bring any drinks and/or appetizers you might want during the class, we provide all the art supplies, aprons, glasses, corkscrews and ice buckets.

When: Check out our calendar for scheduled classes.

Several times each month, you’ll find folks gathered for pet-painting classes at Carrie Curran Art Studios in Scottsdale.

People email pictures of their pets to Curran several days in advance. Then she sketches each animal’s likeness onto a canvas. She readies paint and supplies before class. Most people paint dogs, but Curran has also helped clients paint horses, cats and birds. “One little boy painted a picture of his gecko,” she says Curran offers plenty of guidance while participants take the artwork from sketch to finished painting. She often helps with areas like the eyes to make sure the portraits capture each pet’s personality.

 

The three-hour classes cost $75 per person. Everyone takes home a 16×20-inch painting. Sometimes pet lovers arrange fundraisers to benefit a favorite animal-related cause. Sometimes you’ll find Curran’s dog, a Labradoodle named Lexi, enjoying a bit of studio time.

 

— Lynn Trimble, Raising Arizona Kids, Valley Moms Paint Pets

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