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A Great Rescue and Commissioned Portrait: I’ll Be Seeing You

CAN THE SUBJECT of a painting communicate through his image? One of the dearest stories from any of my portraits is the one of Cooper, a “first cat” who turned his people into rescuers but who left far too young though he was never far from the memories of his people and the other rescued […]

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Commissioned Portrait: General Keisha

My current portrait is a dilute calico named Keisha, or more properly “General” Keisha, who managed a large household of cats and a few humans years ago. She now lives in memory, and those memories are pretty fond of the big girl who was the boss. This portrait is for friend and fellow cat writer […]

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Commissioned Portraits: Samantha, and Honey, Tommy and Andy

THERE HAS NOT been another kitty since Samantha, though her rescuer had loved and rescued cats nearly all her life. Sometimes a memory is too dear, and time must pass before the heart is ready for another love. In this case it was the human who was rescued just as much as the feline, and […]

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