The Perfect Camouflage, Pastel

This is a pastel painting, “The Perfect Camouflage”, pastel on Canson Mi Tientes, 11″ x 16″, 1994 © B.E. Kazmarski. The original is sold, but prints are available. About the painting This was something I thought all cat companions could relate to, human and feline. Sophie really thought I couldn’t see her because she thought […]

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Perfect Camouflage Tile

This tile is 4″ x 4″, made of white polymer clay rolled thin with a print of my sketch “Perfect Camouflage” onto the surface. Because they are handmade and shaping, stamping and drying changes their dimensions, they are not uniform in size, shape or thickness, but that makes each one unique. NOTES ON USE: These […]

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The Perfect Camouflage 1.5″ Oval Magnet

This magnet is made with a print of my painting “The Perfect Camouflage”, heat set on a 1″ oval polymer clay base, and an extra strong disc magnet glued on the back. I roll and cut the shape from polymer clay, then bake it. I heat set a high-quality print of my artwork and add […]

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“The Perfect Camouflage” Feline Fine Art Card

“The Perfect Camouflage” Feline Fine Art Card is 5″ x 7″ , printed on 12 pt. card stock and includes a matching envelope. I find people use these cards for all sorts of greetings, from invitations to parties to friendly hellos and thinking of yous to sympathy at the loss of a pet or even […]

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July Nature Desktop Calendar: Curious Fawn

For this painting I used self-prepared smooth deep charcoal matboard coated with my favorite transparent pastel ground, Golden Acrylic Ground for Pastels, so that I would start with a dark background. I painted it without any guidelines, just hitting the surface with my pastels and letting it work out. And I mean literally hitting the […]

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Curious Fawn, Pastel

Curious Fawn, Pastel, 13 x 15, 2020. The original is available along with digital, giclee and canvas prints as well as greeting cards are also available. ABOUT THE ARTWORK I’m back to a painting for this day of my creative challenge. For this painting I once again used self-prepared smooth deep charcoal matboard coated with […]

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February 2020 Personal Creative Challenge, Day 18: Curious Fawn

I’m back to a painting for this day of my creative challenge. For this painting I once again used self-prepared smooth deep charcoal matboard coated with my favorite transparent pastel ground, Golden Acrylic Ground for Pastels, so that I would start with a dark background. I painted it without any guidelines, just hitting the surface […]

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January Light Tile

This tile is 4″ x 4″, made of white polymer clay rolled thin with a print of my sketch “Perfect Camouflage” onto the surface. Because they are handmade and shaping, stamping and drying changes their dimensions, they are not uniform in size, shape or thickness, but that makes each one unique. NOTES ON USE: These […]

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Keepsake Box, Impressionist Cats Cube

I’ve always been inspired by the Impressionist painters from sketches to paintings, and after working myself into a very realistic style to begin my cat painting career I loosened up by studying Monet, Renoir, Cassatt, Degas and van Gogh as well as the styles of others, visualizing my own inspirations in the light and color. […]

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