Saturday, June 28, 2014


"I need to do more stuff with acrylic inks," I said.
"So do so," Josh said.
"And to paint more cats," I added.
"Noone's stopping you," Josh said.
"A hundred cats!" I exclaimed.
Josh raised an eyebrow.
"IN TEN DAYS!" I squeaked, waving my arms around and nearly overturning an iced coffee.

CHALLENGE: I'd like to paint 100 cat studies in 10 days, starting on July 7.

So, folks: Do you, or any of your family/friends/acquaintances have an excess of cat pictures? If so, and if they are not blurry, do send them my way. The same cat can be submitted multiple times, as long as he/she is in a different position/viewed from a different angle.

The results of the project (acrylic inks on 5.5x7.5 bits of watercolor paper) will be posted on facebook, pinterest, and heavens know where else.

I would appreciate if ya'all spread the word!

Edit: Photo count:DONE!

EditEdit: UNrelated.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Going places, Growing places.

Going places, growing places. 6x24 inches (diptych), acrylic on board.

Been a while since 've reconnected with the sun and the moon, the two constants in life. Will devote a bit more time to that series. (Or is it a way of life?)

On an unrelated note, went to my first baseball game ever this weekend. Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves. It ran 13 innings, and 'our' team lost. Go figure!

On a further unrelated note, here are some cat pictures.

Pic Dump.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Monday, June 16, 2014

A couple of little finished things.

A song for a new home triptych. 18x12 inches total, acrylic on board.

Fluff. 5x7 inches, acrylic on board.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Monday, June 2, 2014

Ask me no questions.

Ask me no questions, and I will tell no lies.
Acrylic on board.

This is a somewhat accurate representation of what goes on in my mind on a daily basis. Most of the time that stuff can be funneled into something practical, but occasionally things slip out.