Tag: work in progress


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78Tarot Astral Kickstarter Cats in Space!

The fourth 78Tarot project launched Tuesday evening on Kickstarter… and is already over 80% funded! :) I’ve been involved with this project since the beginning (2014), when a group of …

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Miss Peony Fairy Cat

“Miss Peony” Fairy Cat is an acrylic portrait that I painted onto a 5″x7″ canvas panel. She is the 6th in my new Flower Fairy Cat series, in which cats …

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Cats and Poetry… How Quaint!

Since the beginning of my art journey, I have wanted to illustrate feline adaptations of classic works of literature. Starting with my first portrait of Dominic dressed as Mr Darcy …

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Upcoming Art for Gods and Goddesses Auction

I am currently working on two pieces for this month’s Rabbit Hole auction (on the 24th). I am hoping to get them finished by Thursday, when fellow member, Kyra Wilson, …

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October At a Glance….

Upcoming events and shows in October. I will be attending the Apple Butter Festival in Berkeley Springs, October 10th-11th, selling original cat portraits, as well as prints and gifts. My three latest Alice in Wonderland inspired pieces are up for auction via Art For the Animals.
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Simon Tabby Cat in the garden, art by TaraFly

Flower Fairy Cats on eBay, and a New Kind of Voodoo…

January has flown by in a burst of productivity! I’ve completed three paintings this month, and am currently working on a fourth, which I hope to have finished in the …

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Behind the Scenes: The Making of Jane Bennet

Looking for just the right pose for my portrait of Jane Bennet, I dug through my old Regency photo shoots, and came across this image. It reminded me of a particular scene from the 1995’s miniseries, where Jane and Lizzy have a tête-à-tête following the Meryton ball, while picking flowers on the grounds of Longebourne.
“He is just what a young man ought to be. Sensible, good-humoured, lively; and I never saw such happy manners! — so much ease, with such perfect good breeding!”

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Behind the Scenes: The Making of Mr. Bennet Cat

Apparently, I’ve taken for granted that everyone understands how I create my digital art. That any explanation was unnecessary. And apparently, I was mistaken. I’ve run across people who grossly over exaggerated my abilities, and also people who wrote off weeks’ worth of work as “She just drew a cat’s face over a photograph”.

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