March Featured Artwork and Desktop Calendar: Chocolate Bath

It’s a little painting of a little black cat. I love to paint Mimi, I think because she is so self-aware and nearly all her poses are graceful and inspiring. Possibly it’s just because I love her so much. Black cats have many colors in their fur. The warm sun shows off Mimi’s mahogany highlights […]

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#30paintingsin30days, Day 23: Chocolate Bath

It’s a little painting of a little black cat. I love to paint Mimi, I think because she is so self-aware and nearly all her poses are graceful and inspiring. Possibly it’s just because I love her so much. Black cats have many colors in their fur. The warm sun shows off Mimi’s mahogany highlights […]

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Chocolate Bath

Chocolate Bath, Pastel, 6.5 x 6.5, 2018. The original is sold. Digital, giclee and canvas prints as well as greeting cards are available. ABOUT THE ARTWORK It’s a little painting of a little black cat. I love to paint Mimi, I think because she is so self-aware and nearly all her poses are graceful and […]

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Certificates of Excellence for Artwork in the 2018 CWA Communications Contest

Results from judging the Cat Writers’ Association 2018 Communications Contest are in. Three paintings from 2018 have won Certificates of Excellence this year, two elective paintings and one commissioned portrait, in the category “Fine Art”. The Fine Art category is new for the 2018 contest. In the past there were image awards that I’d submitted […]

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February 2018 #30PaintingsIn30Days Review

I jumped into this painting challenge when it was halfway through, and even at the best of times a new painting every other day is about as much as I can do. I had planned on participating but found out about the cat show February 10-11 and decided to sign up as a vendor. I […]

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April Feline Desktop Calendar: Holly on the Rocker

A LITTLE WHITE LIE is sometimes what it takes to save an animal from a bad situation. Well, that and a convenient cereal box, but it all works out for the better. . . . . . . . Holly’s dad was working on his apartment building in a small town 50 miles from his […]

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