Sometimes the sale defines the art, as was the case here. I've retitled this piece (formerly Poet's Companion) because it now lives in it's new home in memory of it's namesake.
This painting was originally done as an option for the Interpretations V art show. The concept is an indirect inspiration of Marta Ferguson’s poem titled “Quinoa.”
The idea is that this tabby is watching the poet tappety-tapping into the night. Waiting in it’s cozy bed until it’s preferred human is ready for sleep. So it’s a rather indirect interpretation, not of the poem but of what the writer might see while writing.
My favorite subjects are portraits of people and animals as well as plants. Fall leaves are one of my favorite plant subjects. I paint one every year; usually found on a walk with my family. I like to get close up on them. There is so much delicious detail at the macro range!
“Exquisite dailiness” is a phrase from a poem by a local artist. If I had to pick a theme for what I am drawn to capture in my art, that would be it: the exquisite details of daily life. Whether it’s my life or the ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.