Recapping Season 2 of Painting the Town and a Giveaway!
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To celebrate another adventurous season of Painting the Town with Eric Dowdle, we're giving away a season 2 puzzle pack! Keep reading to find out how to enter.

Win the Season 2 Puzzle Pack!

To celebrate the end of another adventurous season of BYUtv’s Painting the Town with Eric Dowdle, we’re giving away a season 2 puzzle pack that includes the puzzles of Rome, Chicago, St. Augustine, and Jackson Hole! Enter for the chance to win these puzzles, and remember…the more entries you complete, the greater your chances are of winning!

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Binge Watch the ENTIRE Season

From Bristol to Rome, Amsterdam to Los Angeles, Eric traveled all over the world in season 2 of Painting the Town and you won't want to miss a minute of it! Binge watch the entire season on byutv.com, the BYUtv app, or by clicking the episodes below.

Also included in this list are the travel guides we created using Eric as our guide! Now it's time for YOU to explore these amazing cities!

Memphis, Tennessee

Famous for its blues, barbecue, fried chicken, and rock n´ roll, some say that Memphis, Tennessee is the soul of America. But if Memphis is the soul of America, then what's the soul of Memphis? Join folk artist Eric Dowdle as he searches from the banks of the Mississippi River to the neon lights of Beale Street.

Check out the Memphis travel guide!

Rome, Italy

When in Rome, do as the Romans do, and beloved folk artist Eric Dowdle is going to do it all. Eric will get in touch with Rome´s marble foundation, fight with ancient gladiators, and, of course, eat all of the delizioso Italian food he can get his hands on. Hop on a vespa and ride along with Eric as he discovers how Rome became the "Eternal City."

Check out the Rome travel guide!

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Take a sleigh ride with folk artist Eric Dowdle through the beautiful Jackson Hole valley, as he discovers what keeps this tiny wild west town packed with people. Eric will mush with dogs, eat the lightest waffles in the world, and get up close with the wildlife during one of the heaviest snowfalls on record.

Check out the Jackson Hole travel guide!

Bristol, England

Set sail with folk artist Eric Dowdle as he traverses the charming harbor town of Bristol, UK. Famous for its innovative spirit, Eric Dowdle will scour the high seas in search of the source of this city's creativity. Along the way, he'll play with pirates, shear some sheep, and even try his hand at street art.

Check out the Bristol travel guide!

Chicago, Illinois

When you think of architecture, you think of Chicago, and Eric Dowdle wants to paint it all!

Check out the Chicago travel guide!

Amsterdam, Netherlands

From carving clogs to milking goats to operating windmills, this city gives hands-on learning a whole new meaning. Eric´s going to do it all and discover what it means to "be Amsterdam."

Check out the Amsterdam travel guide!

St. Augustine, Florida

Despite centuries of war, St. Augustine has defended its title as the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in America. Join Eric as he discovers how this prized real estate has historically defended itself from foreign invaders… and from Florida gators.

Check out the St. Augustine travel guide!

Park City, Utah

Park City, Utah may be known for the greatest snow on earth, but folk artist Eric Dowdle is going to discover its summertime magic and the small mining town roots that boomed into a year-round mountain resort.

Check out the Park City travel guide!

Los Angeles, California

Lights, camera, Los Angeles! Folk artist Eric Dowdle is painting one of the largest cities in America, where dozens of neighborhoods chase the fluctuating flavor of modern trends. Dive deep with Eric as he shapes a surfboard, grills an octopus, and flexes some creative muscle in the City of Angels.

Check out the Los Angeles travel guide!

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

It´s the Fourth of July, and folk artist Eric Dowdle is painting the town where it all began: Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Not what you expected? It´s true; the first Independence Day was celebrated in this small southern settlement in 1783. Join Eric as he learns about the unlikely group that started one of America´s grandest traditions.

Check out the Winston-Salem travel guide!

And That's a Wrap!

Thanks for tuning in to Painting the Town with Eric Dowdle for season 2–we hope you're inspired to travel the world to experience new things and to meet new people. Don't forget to enter our puzzle giveaway above, and safe travels!

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