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While leprechauns are part of old Irish lore, this leprecat is more reflective of an Americanized St Patrick's Day. He has a rainbow leading to his pot of gold, but instead of coins he has a nice glass of golden colored beer. His expression suggests that's not his first glass of the night. He's also decked out in a green coat and hat with a gold buckle. The one truly traditional aspect of this leprechaun is that he has nice boots, which a real leprechaun would have made himself. The man in the moon is keeping watch over this happy little leprecat and will make sure he gets home safely.
When a cat decides to sit on you,
waiting it out is all you can do.
The painting is called "Amazing Stories" and it features a tabby over white cat and a skull deep in conversation while sitting on a stack of books in a candle-lit library.
A white cat sits on a headstone, surrounded by roses, while watching over a gathering of skeletons in the cemetery. All of the graves are decorated with Dia de los Muertos candles.
Best friends, a cat and a skeleton, watch the sunset at Churchill, Manitoba Canada on Hudson Bay.
You've probably heard the story of Cerberus, the three-headed hell-hound that guards the entrance to the Greek underworld. But not many people know that Cerberus has a feline counterpart, the three-headed sphynx cat named Purrberus. You can see her here being pampered and petted by Hades himself, sitting together on a red velvet throne.
You might notice that Purrberus is wearing a stylish Outlaw Kitty (TM) pendant, available from Outlaw Kritters.
This piece was inspired by "Vorspiel" from the opera "Die Walküre" (The Valkyrie) by Richard Wagner.
A woman in a long dress and a cat walk down a road together, surrounded by brilliant red leaves that lay in contrast to a foggy sky. While some people long for the sun, others will find this overcast walk in the woods to be the epitome of a perfect day.
La Calavera Catrina makes a guest appearance as La Muerte, who you encounter with her larger than life feline companion while walking down an autumn forest road. They have matching hair (white), matching eyes (ice blue), and matching accessories (pink). Noticing the skeleton slumped over farther down the road, your spine begins to tingle under the attention of their intense stares.
If you're cold, they're cold.
Bring your skellies indoors this winter.
A skeleton stands behind a wooden fence in front of snow covered forest trees. His head is tilted with curiosity as he looks straight at you.
A mere eight minutes in the past
these photons left the sun.
Now that they have arrived on earth
it's far too late to run.
Thirteen cats climbed up a tree,
expecting who knows what to see.
There they found a lone gray owl,
mistaking it for poultry fowl.
While owls aren't as wise as we once thought, we can assure you that this one is smart enough to get away unharmed.
Canvas available in August, 2018.
For just a few years the earth is our home.
And then we are dust in the catacomb.
This artwork features a dark gray cat in profile with a Dia de los Muertos sugar skull design and golden gilded whiskers. Included in the scene are three orange roses and a large green spider on a web. The background is of a textured red and orange coffin pattern.
A gray and white cat and a skeleton peer through an open window to see their escape from the overbearing brightness of daylight - a beautifully dark stone walled flower garden.
I've been wanting to paint the topic of cats in space for quite awhile, so here is "Cosmos", my first painting along that theme. Have you ever wondered how a cat sees the universe? Maybe they, like us, think the cosmos revolves around them. In this case the cosmos is watching back in the form of a giant cats eye surrounded by crackling lightning in the midst of a beautiful and colorful nebula. A single cat observes the view from the platform of his own little ship of the imagination.
Two skeletons get in a fight under a young moon in the night sky.
The raven yells, "Stop that you idiots!"
The dog waits patiently and thinks, "When will they stop and pet me?"
The cat turns to you and scowls, "Don't interfere, I want to see which one wins."
Canvas available in August, 2018.
If cats cared for riches,
like some folks you may know,
they'd bejewel their toys
and then bask in the glow.
The other trees tried to warn him, but Clyde had never heard of a scratching post.
Displaying fierce pride while donning a Day of the Dead style mask, this momma cat teaches her kitten about their ancestors. They sit in front of a Stonehenge structure while spirits from the past gather around the giant rocks in the distance.