Susan Gainen’s Cat Crimes Mugshots

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Susan Gainen’s Cat Crimes Mugshots

Susan Gainen’s Cat Crimes Mugshots introduced here, repost from susangainenartist.com blog..

Cats look so peaceful when they sleep. Nonsense. They are plotting cat crime.

If you live with cats, you are a victim of cat crime. You wake up to find socks missing, valuable glass in pieces, stray outdoor animal and plant life on the stairs and in the middle of the living room. Depending on the quality of your laundry detergent, you may find cat hair on fresh sheets, and evidence of your white cat’s nap on your black t-shirts. Cat crime is everywhere and all the time.

Original in the Art Shoppe

The original is available at the Art Shoppe ($120 plus tax). Also, prints ($25 plus tax) and cards (5×7 plus envelopes, $4 each.)

Art Shoppe Housekeeping

10% off on Mondays.

1-1/2 hours free parking in the ramp with a Merchant’s stamp.

Cats of the Art Shoppe #1

Many Art Shoppe artists are unabashed cat lovers, and they enthusiastically create cat images. Most of the artists are kept (ruled, bossed) by cats who direct their photography and participate in their art projects. This is the first Cats of the Art Shoppe post. More will follow!

Of course these images are for sale!

Kim Buell’s Cats

Neither of these cats belong to Kim. The Black and White cat belongs to a neighbor who has more than a dozen. This is the only one willing to pose. The Cat The Shadow belongs to her friend Bill.

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Kip Shane’s Cats

Bastet — the City Kitty, has the most astonishing green eyes. Unless, of course, you find Bella’s eyes mesmerizing. Kip has both a magic camera and two cats eager to pose.

 

10% off on Mondays

Stop in to see more Cat Art!

 

Pamela Kirton — Meet her at The Art Shoppe

Artists who work in a variety of styles are often ask how they do it: how do they manage to create so many beautiful, thought-provoking pieces across wide ranges of mediums and formats.

Ask Pamela Kirton

Pamela Kirton’s imagination knows no bounds. Does she paint? Does she draw? Does she make digital magic?

Learn about her creative process and her creative journeys at The Art Shoppe July 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.  Check out her website, too.