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Cats Draw Me Into The Cat World

Cats draw me into their world because I love watching them. You join their world unlike a dog that joins yours. I am more of dog person for now.

People like me find them so fascinating it wouldn’t take much for me to want one or two, but I wouldn’t get much work done. That’s because I would be watching my cats.

My dog and bird are enough to take care of at the moment. I love all animals and I like being around them. They are my muse. Everything about them I find beautiful and fascinating.

Cats become my subject matter and the center of interest  a lot. There are so many different kinds of cats painting and drawing them from time to time is a pleasure. Most of them are domestic cats. Some are from the neighborhood, some are wild or they live on a farm. It doesn’t matter to me I love them all .

Here are some of my drawings of cats.

PERSIAN PEWTER

Cats keep their focus on moving objects.

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CHOCOLATE POINT SIAMESE

Chocolate Point Siamese is a beautify cat.

 

King of Cats The Lion

King of Cats The Lion

 

Bob Cat

Bob Cat resting his head on a log with his eyes fixed on something.

 

The fastest cat

The fastest Cat The Jaguar

 

British Short Hair

British Short Hair

 

 

American Short Hair

American Short Hair a cat on the prowl.

 

Kittens

Kittens

 

Scottish Fold Blue Cream

Scottish Fold Blue Cream

 

New Born Kitten

New Born Kitten

 

Mix Breed

Minks is a mix breed

 

Cats 1

Cats 1

Drawing these creatures is fun and I just love painting them. The great colors of their fur is an added treat. I am all about the textures that are brought out by color and patterns that shift caused by genetics.

The distinguishing mark that show off different breeds are as fascinating to me as the character traits of the species. There is no mistake between a Tiger and a Lion or a Tabby and a Persian. Painting them is a welcome challenge for me.

 

Cats 2

Cats 2

 

 

Persian

Persian

 

Garden Cat

Garden Cat

 

LEPOARD

LEPOARD

Working on each piece brings me a greater understanding of these wonderful creatures. Watching the way they move through their environment plays a big part on how they are seen or not seen. Some move around your back yard out in the open while Tiger and Leopards can go through the jungle without being seen.

It is hard to keep your eyes off of them when they are in plain sight. I love capturing them in my work and sharing the way I see them.

 

 

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