Thursday, April 21, 2011

Fur Person

Fur Person
6" x 6"
Oil with a palette knife on panel
SOLD

When I was a teenager and obsessed with cats, my mother gave me a book for my birthday called The Fur Person by May Sarton. I still have the book and this cat reminds me of the cat shown on the cover. It is a wonderful story told through the eyes of a cat about life with humans. I don't remember all the details about the book except that I LOVED it at the time. I should probably go back and read it again to see what my teenage brain was so obsessed with.

2 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

Another absolutely purrfect and oh so beautiful kitty painting! Again, the eyes are standout gorgeous, Ann! I love seeing your palette on this one because I am going to attempt to use a palette knife on my next piece. Not wholly palette knife, but mostly. My palette will be white and black and all variations in between. And now I want to read that book too! Bet you anything I won't remember the title next time I head to the library though. Speaking of which, just since working full-time, I am not getting to the library much at all! Dang it!

Jala Pfaff said...

Kitty!
I'm STILL obsessed with cats. It didn't pass with childhood.

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