I’ve always kept a blank book around. I started my first diary when I was 10 years old. It became a habit that I would follow my whole life. My diaries have evolved into sketchbooks over the years and I can’t imagine not having a place to put my ideas, solve problems, draw pictures, or make lists. That’s why I make hand made books. My blank books are for people who need a place to pursue and store their personal expressions. Check out my new Etsy shop and see what I’ve been up to at Attack Cat Studio.
I volunteer as a docent at the Dennos Art Museum. Nearly every Tuesday, we docents assemble to learn about the exhibits, study museum practices, and to plan tours for student groups. This week, the art project committee presented examples and conducted a hands-on workshop for possible activities to use with children who come to the art museum for tours. This is my response to a prompt that asked the students to create a round object containing textures or patterns. It’s inspiration was the work of Jae Yong Kim, a ceramic artist who has an installation colorful ceramic and glass donuts on exhibit at the Dennos. I didn’t realllly follow the assignment as presented, but, well….I take every opportunity to draw a kitty when given the option!
Today’s post honors those not-so-fortunate cat friends who survive by their wits, and the kind and caring humans who manage and attend to colonies of feral cats. Stay warm, my furry and non-furry friends.
Mr. Bowie with your knowing stare, you generously spread cat ennui everywhere you go. Here is my fan art tribute to you, Mr. Bowie. All cats and non-cats can follow the escapades and musings of the shiny and industrious Mr. Bowie in his black and white world at Hands on Bowie, a blog about the most interesting cat in the world.
It’s a new year, so it’s a new day for cats! Look for a new kitty once a week. It’s Caturday!
Hi Everybody! Thanks so much for following “Cats Love Christmas”. Here is Vera participating in one of her favorite activities– batting at Christmas ornaments.