I’ve been feeling the need for texture and weight in my drawings, and the spring greens and flowers are luring me to color. Kelly, peacefully engaged in one of her naps, captures and reflects the sun as the green leaves tint the mid-range shadows. so much color in such a little space! I think the green and yellow reflect Kelly’s comfort in her nap as well.
I know it looks as if Kelly is upside down but I really like these odd angles because they are what is. Kelly sleeps on the end of the counter in the kitchen. When I walk through the kitchen doorway, stop and look down, there she is, just like that.
It’s not such a bad thing that my cats don’t like the smell of my oil pastels. That way, when I have to set the little sketchbook down, no one is tempted to step on it to make a point that they are being ignored.
And this sketch became one of my “Cats After van Gogh” series, which you’ll be seeing more of very soon.
For a gallery of the ones available for sale, visit my Etsy shop in the “Cat Art and Prints” section.
Read about the reason for the daily sketches in One Year of Daily Sketches.
Browse some rescued cats and kittens!
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