Art from the Heart of the NJ Pinelands
No paint, only glass eyes surrounded by teabag string, Papier Mache, and used tea bags...measures about 3-1/2" x 4" All she/he needs now is a name!
Ohhh, what fun you must have had. Sorry, but I'm all out of names. Roger is the only thing that popped into my head. My grandsons have an ginger cat that sort of adopted them and he is called Orange Cat.
How about Red Cloud? My grandma had an orange cat with that name. I never met the cat-it was way before my time-but I remember her telling me of him...By the way-excellent art piece. I think it's wonderful that you need to create so badly that you do it even though your hands hurt. Very inspiring...
That is great. I love that you achieved the coloration without having to paint the finished papier mache.
I agree with Gene, that is amazing how you did that without paint.
I love this kitty too-she has allot of character and what Gene said. the first thing that popped in my mind was Sweetie Pie
I love your kitty. But I think she needs softer, or perhaps whimsical eyes. Maybe some little dots down in the bottoms or corners. She must be looking at or for something??? Perhaps the mouse you will make next, heh? I like these little critters a lot!xx, Carol
I love your kitty. My dear ginger and white tabby had the original name of Tigger. He went on ahead four years ago at the age of 20 and I think of him almost every day.Tigger was my writing companion. He sat on my lap, reached up every so often to hit the "x" key, and went back to sleep. I had to search everything I wrote to take out all the extra Xs. Thank you for reminding me of such happy memories. Your work is so beautiful.Aloha,Hunter
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