Tag: cat

  • Cat Sisters It Will Be Better Watercolor and Gouache

    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.

    Materials used:

    gouache, watercolor, acrylic, and ink on heavy mat board

    Contact me if you’d like to own the Cat Sisters 

  • I’m One of You

    Originally I was thinking this ginger cat was going to trick this fish and eat him. Then I thought, maybe he’s trying to acclimate and be like a fish and understand the fish, so they can be friends.
    Yes, that’s it  – I am going with friends.
    No cat on fish violence here~ 😀

    And I love making Artist Trading Cards or ACEO’s (
    Art Cards, Editions and Originals) – you’ve been warned.
    Size : 2.5-inches by 3.5-inches



  • Siamese Cat Time Travel Totem Watercolor

    I was inspired by this quote I saw: “

    “If you want to feel sad, live in the past.
    If you want to feel anxious, live in the future.
    If you want to feel peaceful, live in the now.”

    Somehow that translated in my brain to 3 Siamese cats with the Latin words for past, present and future written on their collars.

    So if you wanna time travel in the present – this painting will allow you to do that. 😀

    Size : 9-inches by 12-inches
    Ink, watercolor on 140lb hot pressed paper.


  • Timmy – One Fantastic Feline Friend I Was Lucky to Meet

    Here’s the story:
    Back in 2003, I adopted a runty little kitten who was given birth by a feral cat that was still a kitten herself. Timmy’s father was a gorgeous Himalayan who got out of his owner’s home and apparently wasn’t fixed either.

    The runty little kitten I adopted had Cerebelluar Hypoplasia, what was explained to me is the mother had been vaccinated at one time and distemper didn’t affect her but it attacked the kittens in utero and totally wrecked them neurologically. Only 3 of the 5 kittens born lived through being born.
    I was advised to euthanize her but I just felt like she should have a chance.

    This kitten reminded me of Timmy from “South Park” because her head was huge and flopped over to one side, sometimes over her shoulders and slightly backwards. Her back legs didn’t work so well either.
    We decided to give her the most quality of life possible because otherwise she was a happy little kitten who still liked to play as best she could.

    Every day, my partner Skinney spent hours playing with her and slowly but surely she got stronger and stronger and then she filled to the brim with personality and she copped a total attitude and demanded attention, demanded play and would yell at  our daughter if she stayed up after 10pm. She very much ran the house as far as she was concerned and grew to be a very large 20lb cat.

    Timmy started failing in 2011 and she had dementia. I had no idea cats could get dementia but a vet told me,  “If you have a brain, it’s a possibility to experience dementia”.  It started off with her yelling all the time at night suddenly and the last year of Timmy’s life she spent mostly in one room upstairs and she was happy to eat, play and use the litter box, just not outside of that room.

    The day she died, she came downstairs and laid down by the back door. Timmy never went outside.
    She passed on surrounded by the family and loved.
    I’m still sad we didn’t get more time with her, but I’m glad for the time we had.
    A friend of mine said cats that pass on go over the Rainbow Bridge.
    It’s a nice thought. 🙂

    Size : 2.5-inches by 3.5-inches


  • Hey You, Get Up and Feed Us Said the Cats at 5 Freakin’ 30 in the morning

    Here’s the story:
    Are you owned by a cat?
    We are.
    3 furry, pushy monsters who think early every morning at the crack of nothing they need food in their bowls right then.
    And they are relentless too with many years of honing their annoying to perfection.
    Of course we give in and spoil them rotten.
    Otherwise they’ll kick us out of the house.

    Size : 2.5-inches by 3.5-inches


  • Cat with a Unicorn Horn…UniCat?

    Here’s the story:
    Several times in the last week, I’ve seen people passing this image of a blow-up, strap on unicorn horn for a cat. I don’t think I’d actually put one on our cats but it’s a pretty funny thought.

    I bring you – the UNICAT!

    And I love making Artist Trading Cards or ACEO’s (
    Art Cards, Editions and Originals) – you’ve been warned.
    Size : 2.5-inches by 3.5-inches



  • Black Cat Finds Red Paint`

    This is to commemorate the time that our lovely black cat Noodle, went strolling in the red paint and on some drying paintings and then she decided to jump in the window and there were little paw prints everywhere.
    #cats #art

    I love doing Artist Trading Cards or ACEO’s (Art Cards, Editions and Originals) – you’ve been warned.

    Size : 2.5-inches by 3.5-inches
    mixed media Artist Trading Card 🙂

    <— there are no green edges on this piece – i just can’t scan straight to save my life!

  • Phoenix – Our Ginger Cat 🙂

    I want to tell you about Phoenix.
    Phoenix was a ginger cat.
    He was a super aggressive, biting, scratching, bastard of a cat and he could be equally as loving and sweet when he wanted to be.
    He was filled with the personality of 10 cats and it was a pleasure to know him all in all, scratches and missing chunks of flesh aside…
    One day we went to the store and when we came home – we found him laying in the street.
    Some assclown had hit him and kept right on going apparently.
    I still to this day can’t figure out what even lured him in that direction, he never went to the street.
    I still miss him and his big time meows in the morning when our need for sleep was interrupting his breakfast plans. 😀
    ginger cat

  • Cat in Her Lap Watercolor & Ink 🙂

    This was inspired by some random woman I saw when we were out driving around. She looked so happy on her porch just holding her ginger cat watching the traffic roll by.

    Size : 3.5-inches by 5.5-inches
    Ink, watercolor on 140lb cold pressed paper.