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My Artwork

Harmony
Housewarming gift for friend







Bum in blue
Gift for a friend










What a Wonderful World-Harmony










Bubbles!















Day

Night






Gift for my brother












Bum in Turquoise
Prize for
Spank or Treat 2014






Kneeling in Red, Yellow and Grey (she loves sparkles so that is glitter paint and finish…doesn’t photograph well)

Gift for friend
















Bronze wind with gold woman














Welcome






Bronze and Blue winds












Kneeling in Brown

Gift for friend












Anger








Pearl and blue bubbles
Author prize for
Spank or Treat 2014












BDSM in grey with crimson








  Menu









Colorful Bum







Having Fun!














 Kissing Couple









Having Fun All Night
Prize for Advent Calendar 2014









What a Wonderful World-Infinity
Gift for Friend





Suck it Up Buttercup
(small magnet)
Giggle gift for Friend







Kissing Couple in Sage and Lavender
Gift for friend







Kissing Couple Sunset





White Textured Woman w/Purple Highlights
Gift for friend







Blue Textured-Silver Highlights




Silver Textured-Blue Highlights













Blowing Rain in Sparkling Purple








Chaos in Blue and Silver




Kneeling woman in Brown and Turquoise
Gift for friend







Sparkling Raindrops in Blue and Green

Textured Waves






Vines














Sleeping Underwater








Muted












52 comments:

  1. Wow Cat I do like all of your paintings but I think my favorites are "Anger" and "Kneeling in Brown". Thank you for sharing, Lisa

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    1. Thank you for the compliment Lisa...happy you enjoy the paintings.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  2. These are great! I hadn't been aware that you were an artist, thanks so much for sharing. Some of these are quite impressive, do you have any in galleries?

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliment River. I wish! Not in galleries unless you consider my house, family members and friends as galleries. :D

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  3. Ahh.. I recognize the bdsm symbol, as my collar has them done in silver braided with the black leather. It's quite pretty and can be worn out. I feel confident no one would know what they are in my circle.. but on the off chance they do... Yeah.. just no... AND.. your work is awesome..

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    1. I am sure your collar is lovely Dana...anyone that recognizes the symbol is probably not going to say anything. Thank you for the lovely compliment.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  4. Your inspiration and creativity amaze me. I used to paint, and I was pretty boring at it (lol), so I'm a bit in awe of you. I absolutely love how you work with colors and textures! :)

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    1. Thank you for such a lovely compliment Cali! I am sure your paintings were not boring...we are always our own worst critics. ;) Would love to see your work.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliment Sunny. ;)

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  6. BEAUTIFUL art, Cat!! :) Thanks so much for sharing with all of us! I really enjoyed looking at these! Many hugs,

    <3 Katie

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliment Katie...happy you enjoyed my work. ;)

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  7. I like all of your paintings, but I really like "Anger", it is outstanding!

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    1. Thank you Anon...I guess it should be more aptly named upset, frustration, hurt and anger but that name's a bit long. LOL So happy you enjoyed it.

      Blessings...
      Cat

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  8. Hey Cat, it took me a while to see the bum on the "colorful bum" painting. Is it finished or are you planning on outlining the bum in another color like black?

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    1. Hey Anon...haven't quite decided if I'm finished with it or will outline the bum...it shows up quite well when there is no directly light on it...especially if you look at it from a bit of an angle. If I decide to outline, I will post a new pic of it. Thanks for the feedback.

      Blessings...
      Cat

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  9. I am such a dork!!! I just figured out I could comment! I know I texted you about how much I love your work! I also love my piece pictured! I adore the contrast between your almost minimalist, Mondrian like pieces, contrasted against the emotional vibrant abstract work like 'Anger.'
    Love the BDSM symbol! You are talented my dear!

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    1. You are not a dork you dork! *snicker* I really do like how your painting turned out. Thank you for the lovely compliments...they mean a lot from such a talented artist as yourself!

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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    2. LOVE how you altered 'Colorful Bum!' The white dry brushed over the textured outline is a great touch! It separates the background and foreground!

      I absolutely love, 'Having Fun!' You seemed to have worked intuitively with the composition and balance!

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    3. Hey Minelle...happy you like what I did with "Colorful Bum" because it is now sealed. LOL Seriously, I appreciate your suggestions...it helped me decide how to make the texture stand out more.

      Thank you for that lovely compliment...I enjoyed making "Having Fun".

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  10. It's nice people like different paintings. For me it is Anger. Don't like it much that I like anger the most, I'd rather would have liked Having Fun. But I don't. Anger symbolyses my feelings quite accurately when I'm angry. I'm not angry often, but when I am I feel like the painting. A turmoil of feelings all at once. I keep returning to that one. i like day and night also, I would hang them in my living room. Anger I would place in a dark closet. With a spotlight illuminating the painting.


    I join all those who said in better words than I can in admiration of your work.

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    1. Hey Han...I think 'Anger' should really be renamed to 'Emotions' because it was getting out a bunch of emotions (Anger, Hurt, Confusion, etc.) when I painted it.

      'Night' and 'Day' are hanging in my living room and 'Anger' is hanging with my other paintings that I haven't found a home for yet. Think I'm going to start lining them down the hall to the bedrooms.

      I am very honored by your lovely words...you stated it beautifully. Thank you.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  11. We would like the music notes with either the BDSM symbol or the infinity symbol. Surprise me.

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    1. Am working on it Dana...even though you know more, I think you will be surprised (pleasantly I hope!) when it is finished.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  12. Having fun all night should hang next to having fun. It is a very powerful picture. I like it very much. It makes me happy just to look at it. does that sound silly? yes it does. Never mind that's how it makes me feel anyway.

    Han

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    1. No Han...you do not sound silly. I am very happy that Having Fun All Night makes you feel happy when you look at it...that is a lovely compliment...thank you!

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  13. Mmm, Cat I was away for too long because it seems that I have missed more than two new ones? Kissing couple is new, right? What a wonderful world/Infinity is nice. Not my taste, but certainly nice. Kissing couple is different in more ways than one. Different technique, right? More than one you have not tried before? I'm very curious how you like it yourself. I like the concept. I would have liked the kissing couple a bit more abstract.. But hey, I cannot paint my wife's toenails, so who am I to comment?

    Bum in turquise is more traditional, back to cubism. I like it.

    Interesting Cat, are you going to use Kissing Couple concept more?
    It would be nice if you could date them, so we could see the artistic development in time. I thought they were dated in order of your page, you know FIFO, but they aren't.

    Thank you for sharing your work with us, it makes a woman more naked than looking at her without clothes to see her trough her paintings, so don't think I don't now how special this is...

    Han

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    1. Hey Han...'What a Wonderful World/Infinity' was a request from a very dear friend...that particular design I don't do very often as it is actually a lot of work. LOL Kissing couple is the same in the fact that the raised design is made from joint compound. However it is different in that I actually painted the raised design rather than let it just be part of the painting as I did with others such as BDSM, Infinity, Colorful Bum, Kneeling in Brown. I also just painted the background one color and then drybrushed the silver paint on.

      I really like Kissing Couple...it is actually hanging in my bedroom. I am working on two other paintings with the same design but one is going to be painted in the Mondrian style (what you call cubism) and haven't decided on the other yet.

      Actually, with the exception of bum in blue, the painting are in order of when they were painted. You can see the dates on most of the paintings but the very top photo was taken with an old phone back in 2006. I also took some of the pictures before I signed and dated the paintings (those were all 2014). Quite a few of my paintings were given to family and vanilla friends and those paintings are not displayed here...think you can understand why. LOL

      It makes me very happy that you enjoy my work. Between the holidays and this darn illness I've been fighting, I have not been painting much but hope to continue soon as I have a total of four paintings in progress and several other ideas I want to start on.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  14. Oh, Cat the Kissing Couple is even more powerful that the previous one. I love your choice of colours!! I would never have thought the colours would match so well together! And the shapes ( If you look at the division of space between BDSM in grey and grimson,) this one is so much more peaceful, so much more in harmony. Where the background of "Kissing couple" make me anxious, and restless, Kissing Couple in Sage and Lavender makes me at ease and well, quiet inside. Well done, Cat. I think it is wonderful you share this with us...

    Han

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    1. Thank you so much Han for your lovely critic. I am so happy you saw what I was trying to do with this painting. I really wanted to convey a more sensual and loving atmosphere whereas with the BDSM painting, I was going for more of the order and discipline atmosphere. Sage and lavender and one of my favorite color combinations. Have more paintings in progress so I'd better get back to them. ;)

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  15. I love, love the kissing couples! The Lavender and Sage is beautiful! I agree with Han about this one being peaceful! The composition is anchored better. I also feel as if the woman is more feminine here! It isn't as graphic and reads more as fine art. Lovely!

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    1. Thank you for the lovely critic Minelle! I was hoping to make the woman a bit more feminine in this painting and it makes me very happy that you think I've succeeded. Back to the easel. ;)

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  16. Hi Cat, followed the link from DF; I haven't been in this section of your blog for ages (the last I remember was kneeling in red, yellow and grey) and have missed so much here! I have an absolute favourite, Bronze wind with gold woman, followed by the kissing couple, together with Anger. I think I like them so much because they don't have the contrast of straight lines and corners combined with the free round forms. And I know for sure that they will be even more intense and impressive when standing in front of them, because photos can never get all of the real picture. Great paintings, thank you for sharing. What are you working on at the moment (unless it is a secret)?

    hugs

    Nina

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    1. Hey Nina....just keep an eye on the date in the sidebar underneath the 'My Artwork' link...I update it whenever I add a painting. Bronze Wind with Gold Woman is hanging in my living room because it is one of my favorites also. I really like that everyone has their favorites and not everyone likes the same thing. Some really like the 'Mondrian' style while others like the more free form. I am almost finished with another painting and should be ready to upload it on Monday when my internet speed goes back up. I have 3 others I'm working on...they all 3 have the raised image in the middle..a stylized woman sleeping, a woman stretched out on her back and an Irish Triqueta symbol. Haven't decided how I'm going to paint them yet.

      Hugs and Blessings...
      Cat

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  17. Thank you for letting me know how to find this, lol. Your artwork is beautiful. I have to say I like all the kneeling women since I find myself in that position fairly often!

    Hugs,
    Clara

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    1. You're welcome Clara...happy you like my kneeling women. LOL

      Hugs and blessings...
      Cat

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  18. Cat I am thinking about textured woman. It just came to me after reading Han's comment regarding your development as an artist. You went from the Mondrian 'like' blocking and texture to a more emotive abstract composition with kissing couple. Now you took away the bolder color, added a ton of texture everywhere and finishing with a hint of the purple all over the white. However all three pieces could be considered complimentary. Interesting that I didn't see this before! Sorry!
    I love the last two separately as well. They have quite a bit of depth because of the layers. They have a sophistication to them.

    Love them!

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliment Minelle...so happy you like the textured paintings. Hope others do also. I haven't stopped painting my 'Mondrian' style...actually have one in progress right now. Guess I'll never have just one style. LOL

      Hugs and blessings...
      Cat

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  19. Excellent! Even though you vary the ideas all your work showcases your love of color and texture. I think you always do something abstract after you do a Mondrian like figure... We can talk about that!
    Beautiful use of both color and texture. The abstract images have an emotive quality.

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    1. Thank you for the lovely critique Minelle. You are so right...I do love color and texture. Hmmm...didn't think a bout it but I do seem to do something abstract after a Mondrian inspired painting.

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  20. these are beautiful...thank-you for sharing this special part of yourself :-) Hugs

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliment Terps.

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  21. I simply love Blue Textured-Silver Highlights and Silver Textured-Blue Highlights. They are obviously meant to be together and they would be an asset to anyone's living room. How creative! And how different to what you have done before. It's good to experiment new ways, and I simply adore this new way.
    I think it is no surprise to you I don't care much for the Raindrops paintings. I not in that minimalistic movement at all. There is no way I can put feelings in them and your painting, nearly all of them are about feelings. Anger is the best I can make of it, but that is a reflection how I would paint that picture, only in a very angry and an impetuous mood... And I would not like to be confronted with my anger all the time. But perhaps you were not angry at all when you painted them, and it is my own reflection and feelings...

    The paintings except for the kneeling woman that is "traditional you" portray turmoil to me. Confusion (Anger) and it makes me restless. Except for the Highlight pictures.
    They are full of rest and peace.

    Thank you as always for sharing this vulnerable side of you. I love it when you do so.
    Is this the new direction? I will wait for it impatiently,

    Thank you,
    Han

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    1. Hey Han...as always, I really enjoy your feedback. Actually, the raindrops paintings were painted when it was raining and I was trying to raise my spirits by creating colorful and sparkling raindrops as overcast, rainy days have a tendency to depress me.

      I love working with texture as you can tell from my Mondrian style paintings that I add raised characters to. So decided to work more with abstract texture. Was actually not angry while creating any of these although was feeling a bit overwhelmed with life when I created 'Chaos'. I love water and 'Textured Waves' was a bit of an homage to the sea.

      I'm not sure I would consider the abstract textured paintings a new direction as much as an expansion. Have several other projects in mind...some playing with texture, others playing with colors...hope to work on them after the holidays. Will upload them when they're completed. Thanks so much for your feedback.

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  22. How about an update of the page, Cat? Did any new work recently. I'm sure you did. I would be delighted if you could share it with us.

    Han

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    1. Hey Han...Had some very stressful stuff happen...created a few paintings and absolutely hated how they turned out so painted them out. Have a few in progress and hope to get them completed soon. Will let you know when I finish, photograph and post them. Thanks for checking.

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  23. Cat the new work is wonderful! I love Sleeping Underwater! It exudes peace. You at peace. Calm and lovely with a soft, harmonious feeling to it. Vines has a very regal and harmonious feeling to it. It shows as flowing and peaceful. Muted tells me you have so much more to offer! There are layers and layers to the feel of that painting!
    Keep painting!

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    1. Thank you so much for the lovely critics, Minelle...they mean so much coming from such an accomplished artist! I can't pick a favorite out of any of them as they all are a part of me. ;) I do have more work in progress...

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  24. Oh Cat, I'd forgotten about your art work. They are beautiful. You are very talented. I especially love the day night one. Thanks so much for sharing with us!

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. Thank you for your lovely compliments, Ronnie. The day and night pieces are two of my favorites...I switch a lot of my paintings around but those two still remain in my living room. Happy you enjoyed.

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  25. Sorry to say there is nothing regal to me in Vines. Vines is so raw and so brutal to me. It is like your arteries laying thick on the canvas, like the roots of the vines. Vines leave me unsettled and the colour speaks to me. I love the contrast between the browns and and greens/blues.Interesting colour. That one.

    Sleeping underwater is tranquillity in paint. It is a study of peace and inner calm. What is not to love?

    Muted is like when you wake up and your eyes need your glasses before you can focus. Don't wear glasses myself, but that is what it must feel like. It a Mondrianistic painting without having all the edges of the painting sharp yet. It's blurred. To me it's not sound or noise that is muted to a bearable level, it's not feelings that are muted because if they would come out it would hurt your eyes. It's not. It's foggy, non-transparent, in disarray.

    Your painting bring always different feelings out, Cat, probably not what you meant when you painted them. But feelings nonetheless. And that is what art is all about I think, bring out the feelings in you.

    Thank you so much for sharing. It's been worth the wait,
    Han

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    1. Thank you so much for your critique, Han...you always give me such honest and thoughtful feedback.

      You are so right...art is all about feelings so there is no right or wrong. I love that the same painting can impact different people in totally different ways.

      It really doesn't matter what I was feeling or intended when painting but how they touch each person looking at them.

      Vines, Muted and Sleeping Underwater all three started out in a different direction but each took a right turn in the process. Such is the creative process. ;) Thank you for your lovely compliments!

      Hugs and blessings...Cat

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