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Freyja shows off her battle scar...

Freyja’s Baldy-Belly

Diminutive little Freyja may not look it, but she is six months old now, and had to have a trip to the vets to make sure there will be no other wandering stray kittens needing homes in a few months time. That was yesterday. Today she has been running around like an idiot antagonizing Arthur, and finally decided to have a rest from this on some extra-large bubble-wrap and show off shaved belly. I actually think she has barely noticed the entire episode, apart from being cross at not going outside.

cat calendars still available, click here….

Freyja shows off her battle scar...

Freyja shows off her battle scar…

The Guarding is in Progress

The Gallery is Closed. Beware Guardcats

My exhibition is closed Mondays and Tuesdays and I have a few hours off! I may only have been open for two days and an evening so far but this exhibition has been some weeks in the preparation, and the sudden cessation of activities has left me a little unsure what to do with myself. So I drew some cats.

Meanwhile Percy is guarding the last Swimming Calendar by washing his bottom on it (it’s ok, it’s wrapped in cellophane and underneath a cloth). Freyja is observing in case Percy needs to take a break.

Yes, you did read that correctly, I have a single swimming calendar left (apart from a handful out in galleries). I am feeling rather pleased, thank you, all you swimming enthusiasts 🙂 . The cats are slightly unimpressed that it was more popular than pictures of themselves. If you still want one I shall be gathering orders and putting in another order at the printers in early November but I shall only be ordering as many as people have paid for at that point, there will be no spares, so do please let me know soon.

The Guarding is in Progress

The Guarding is in Progress

The Dragon(fly) Slayer

The Dragon(fly) Slayer

Freyja (a.k.a. The Nose-Beast, for reasons which should be abundantly clear), has gone hunting and has caught and slain a whole Dragon(fly). Very pleased with it she was, too, until she managed to poke it in underneath my behemoth of a plan chest, where, I suspect, it has joined a lot of biros. The plan chest is almost impossible to move, so there it will stay until the floor needs replacing.

I was a little sad for the Dragon(fly).

On another matter, Somerset Art Weeks have begun (the preparations for it have been the reason for the break in drawings), and my gallery space is full of my swimming drawings. There are cat-drawings too, as greetings cards. If you are in the area for the next fortnight, come and visit. Go to this page for the details.

The Dragon(fly) Slayer

The Dragon(fly) Slayer