I recently saw a video on YouTube, where I spend way too much time. The Cat with Hands is a short film directed by Robert Morgan. It was such a well-done short story – I got all inspired and painted my own imagined cat with hands.
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About this piece
This black and white kitty cat is painted on a small board about 1/4-inch thick and 2.5 x 4.5 inches.
Painted with acrylics and sealed under varnish.
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This piece is about me and my never ending struggle to not bring in another cat adoption.
I am a huge believer in adopt don’t shop and I like to adopt special needs cats. I’m at home painting most days, our life is calm, and I enjoy giving kitties a forever home.
Since I am an artist – it can be tight financially, so I try to be very real about how much I can handle. But I still have a pang of guilt for not giving every single kitty or dog a home.
I do try to sponsor adoptions when I have a good month.
It’s a great way to help an animal get adopted – you pay part of even all of the fee so all someone has to do is provide a good home.
All the cats in this painting have overbites because my black cat Noodle has an overbite and I think it makes her adorable.
Painting: Acrylic Gouache, Ink, Charcoal, and Watercolor
One cat sister is telling the other that it will be better. Time heals everything you know.
8×10 acrylic, watercolor, gouache, ink on heavy mat board.
1 inch black border around piece for easy framing.
gouache, watercolor, acrylic, and ink on heavy mat board