Orange Cat Kitty Biscuits Vintage Style Label Signed Print 8x10
This is a signed 10x8" print from Kim Parkhurst. This print is made with archival materials tested to last 200+ years under indoor lighting conditions. The print surface has a velvety matte finish which allows every detail to be clear & richly colored. It is signed by me, the original artist & will arrive with an acid-free backing. Naturally the image quality of the print is magnitudes better than the thumbnail version shown here. The watermark does not appear on the actual print.
Well, as you can see my blog is NOT looking so pretty today! I've got to spend some major time restoring the settings after a little "incident". Ahhhh! I wish I was a pro at blogging! So my REDS for today are a couple really cute and FREE images for you. I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to clean them up! But have fun with them! I think they're some unique ones! I have a thing for little GNOMES! Baby Faries in Red Poppies! Too Cute! KITTENS in RED shawls, and with RED umbrellas?? Come On!! :)…
Twelve Months of Christmas
I love Christmas but I never feel like I have enough time to do all the fun activities I want to do. Therefore I came up with the idea of making Christmas a year long planning event which would serve to give you more time to enjoy it during...
Meta Pluckebaum (1876-1945, German)
Meta Pluckebaum (1876-1945, German) was born in Dortmund and studied art with Hermann Pohle and later with her husband Karl. Pluckebaum became a prolific painter and illustrator of cats. Most of her paintings and etchings of cats are of kittens and are reminiscent of the style of Henriette Ronner-Knip and Julius Adam of the 19th century. Her kittens are cute and are always up to mischief. Her paintings and prints are frequently found for auction even today.