More Cat Paintings finished and on exhibit too

As illustrated in my last post, I created a black cat-based gelli print/painting in a Zoom session with my granddaughter Kaiya. This inspired me to continue on with my cat theme. Again I used cat-shaped masks along with stencils to create acrylic prints with my gelli plate. These were further enhanced by painting areas that needed further tweaking or development. All of these creations reflect my interest in luxuriant color, simple shapes and repeating patterns.

So now I have a series of three finished. In September & October they were exhibited in Irving Art Association’s annual Animal Art Awards Exhibit. Now they have moved to MainStages222 in downtown Irving (222 E. Irving Blvd.), where they will be on view for six months. If you are interested in purchasing, contact me at sharongiles@gmail.com

So here’s the series (all are done on wc paper mounted on canvas):

Ghost in the Machine acrylic 12×16 $225

Cat Totem acrylic 16×12 $225

House Panthers acrylic 12×16 $225