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She likes me!

October 30th, 2018 No comments

I painted this winsome couple of kitties and was delighted at the expression on Sparky, the tuxedo cat’s face. Sparky is a favorite at the Ernesto cat sanctuary, and he’s being affectionately rubbed by Sumy, one of the adolescent kittens. This painting is for sale for $70, free shipping in the USA.

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Is white the absence of light? white cat in light…

July 12th, 2018 No comments

My mother adopted a cat several years ago and named her ZsaZsa. ZsaZsa was a cat full of herself, a great open hearted friendly cat. She recently died at the grand age of 16, so this painting is a memorial to her and also a study in painting white.

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Aggie in a sun beam

May 12th, 2018 No comments

Aggie is a grey cat with silvery tips on all of her hairs. She can look so plain or exquisite. A little sun makes her glow. Here she is, delicately washing. This painting measures 6″ x 8″ and the paper was hand made in an Indian village. The painting is for sale for $60 all proceeds of the sales of my paintings go towards non profits.

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Bike Glow

March 10th, 2018 3 comments

For one of my recent assignments, I was to study glow. After painting dozens of flowers, it seemed like I needed a break, so I painted a randonneur instead. Who else would be peacefully beginning a bike ride at sunset. Painting measures 8″ x 8″ and is for sale, all proceeds go to wildlife conservation.

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The view from the food dish

February 20th, 2018 3 comments

I have really been enjoying the quality of the photos that has been coming from  facebook. Some of them really caught my eye, endearing, but not traditional views of cats. I decided to make a series of them. They will be featured for sale at a later date. Maxi is one of the featured cats. Maybe someone else knows who the others are.

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