It is International Cat Day and I couldn’t let the day pass without showing you some of my favourite Cat based goodies.
The kitty cat in the frame is an original drawing available to buy on my Etsy shop. I went cat drawing crazy a little while ago when all I wanted to draw was cats so I have collection of original drawings all on A5 Fabriano paper of my favourite kitties.
My favourite product is my Cat Tote Bag, my day was totally made last week when a lovely lady asked where my bag was from and it was this one! It the most lovely feeling when someone likes or compliments your work. The tote bag is a really useful size and the handles are a great length for putting over your shoulder and you really can fit quite a lot in it!
Happy International Cat Day!
I’m excited to say on 5th and 6th of November I will be selling my wares at Renegade Craft Fair! It’s my first time selling at Renegade so I’m very excited. It’s the perfect opportunity to do some Christmas shopping (I know I’m going to be buying!) It’s free to get in so if you come stop by and say hi!
I now create custom pet illustrations!
I have been commissioned for a few custom pet portraits in the past and love drawing your beautiful furry friends so I thought I would offer a bespoke service on my website and online stores!
When placing an order simply send me a picture of your lovely pet or even favourite animal and I will create a line drawing for you (in the style of the fluffy bunny above) on a5 Fabriano paper for £40!
These would make really nice gifts for anyone with pets (lucky!) or anyone that has a favourite animal they would like captured in an ink drawing!
Available to order from my website, Not On The Highstreet and Etsy shop.
Last week I took part in the Hepatitis C Trust Art on A Postcard Auction, where artists were invited to create work in raise funds for the charity.
An exhibition of the work was held at Whitfield Fine Art Gallery, and I went along a few days before the auction ended to have a look at all the work and see my Curious Otter and Fine Feathers next to some wonderful artists, such as Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn and Gilbert and George.
It was lovely to take part in something so worthwhile and help raise funds for a great cause.
I took six new framed original drawings to Elphick’s (Columbia Road, London) yesterday along with a few framed prints. The original drawings are (top to bottom) ‘The Lookout’, ‘On The Riverbank’, ‘Hide and Seek’, ‘Fox’, ‘Panda’ and ‘Bear’. All are mounted on acid free materials in solid oak frames, ready to hang!