I love these cats, I mean, from a distance. They are wild, and need to be far, far away from mankind, but they are striking. With their amazing fur coats, and their big round eyes, and their short low ears, they captivate my imagination. This painting is not for sale, but you can buy prints of it from Fine Art America Any profit I get will go to endangered cat conservation, but Fine Art America will get their cut too.Share on Facebook
my reference for this painting was a photo taken by a Russian naturalist, and posted on a Russian cat conservation website. Since it’s been so hot here, I liked the idea of painting some snow, and, why not a cat too. The Manul, or Pallas’s cat lives in the most inhospitable places. They are about twice the size of a housecat, but have very low ears, a very dense furry coat, and round pupils in their eyes, like humans and large cats have. This painting, which measures 7″ x 10″ is for sale, only $100 plus postage. All proceeds go to wildlife conservation programs.Share on Facebook
For World Lion Day, I decided to paint a lion and a lioness. These are 5″ x 7″ paintings on Italian watercolor painting. I let my imagination go wild, and have the lioness exiting a cool blue lake. The lion is standing on a hill, surveying his territory. Both of these paintings are for sale, $50.00 each, and shipping is free in the USAShare on Facebook
High up in the arid hills of the Andes live a very small population of wild cats. They are considered the small cat analog to the snow leopard, and belong to one of the rarest and least known of all the cat species. They are endangered, due to over-hunting and habitat encroachment.
There exists a group, the Andean Cat Alliance, who are working to learn about these cats while preserving habitat and educating the people who share the land with them. I support them by selling my paintings and spreading the word about this cat.
This painting measures 11″ x 14″ and it is for sale for $250.00. All proceeds go directly to the Andean Cat Alliance. Help me keep this winsome little cat alive!
I try to imagine what it would be like to come upon a Scottish Wildcat in the woods, if that was even possible. I imagine she would look like this. This is a handpainted watercolor painting on fine Arches paper. It measures 11 x 15″ and it is for sale for $175.00. All proceeds of this sale (not including postage and handling) go directly to Scottish Wildcat Conservation.
Also you can buy giclees here (60% of the price goes to the Scottish Wildcat)Share on Facebook