Tuesday, October 30, 2012

More Cats and Art...
George Monkey-Bum the elusive feline living amongst his humans...caught on tape for only (approximately) the second time.  He's so hilarious but catching that hilarity on camera is a far greater feat that I had anticipated when this project first began!


And Another Silent Movie Installment...
Music and Art...me hanging out a local Starbucks watching a popular local Folk Band called ~outside the lines~ and drawing....bummer it's silent but I didn't receive permissions from the Band Manager, Jen Metcalfe (www.jensbent.ca) before posting the video.  Anyway, enjoy!


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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Cats and Art:
Not oh so long ago, I started a series of movies on YouTube called "Cats and Art" and it stars Seamus the Wonder Brat and George Monkey-Bum...our fabulously hilarious cats; sadly, I rarely catch the hilarity on video.  What I post is still kinda funny and I am convinced someday that I will find some very hilarious material to post but until then I will keep posting laugh-fest aftermath starring uncooperative kitties!  Bratty kitties who have stolen my heart!  Cute.

This installment is entitled "Cats and Art: Seamus NOT Playing with the Celery":


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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

I have started a small line of Art By: Cat Free Merchandise on Cafe Press and even have George and Seamus Merch!!  Check it out at http://www.cafepress.ca/artbycatfree:

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

A Road Trip Art Adventure...
While I was on the road this past weekend meeting my love's family, I produced some artwork in a new sketchbook that seemed to appeal to the masses of family and friends.  I thought I would share those pieces with you here.

I started a new sketchbook and this is the cover I started for it; more will be added to it of course but for now...this is what it looks like:

And the first page is now inhabited by this:

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Recent Updates...

Friday I attended the Ontario Arts Council Information Session at DefSup (Definitely Superior Art Gallery for you newbs) and it was quite informative.  I left with a mitt-full of source materials and confidence that the proposal I have already submitted is good enough to be reviewed.  Good luck to all those who have yet to apply! :)

Ahnisnabae Art Gallery...
The Home of the Renowned Woodland Artist Roy Thomas 1949-2004.

After meeting with Louise Thomas today, the owner-operator of AAG, I am proud and excited to say that I have been accepted as an artist in her gallery where my unique, hand-crafted & painted items, art cards (both hand crafted and artist prints) and stickers (artist prints) will be for sale!

A huge thanks to Louise and Randy for your lovely remarks and this huge opportunity!!!

More Soon...