Bombay The Bombay was developed with the intention of producing a domestic cat with the appearance of a miniature Black Panther. A successful attempt in America in 1965 crossed Burmese with black American Shorthairs. This combination kept the body shape of the Burmese, with a sleek, shiny black coat. At this time, Bombay is the name… Continue reading Bombay / Black Panther
Limited edition prints are available for the following cats: Bambino / Shade Asian Semi-longhair / Tiffany styled lamp Asian / Kalahari Dead Tree American Wirehair / Mini Red Velvet Cupcakes American Bobtail / Double Fold Death Defying Water Mystery Box Only 5 prints of each image are available, A4 sized on archival art paper. Prints… Continue reading New prints available
Birman Birmans are a domestic breed characterised by their silky colourpoint coats, deep blue eyes and socked feet. They have no undercoats, and hence are less prone to matting than other longhaird breeds. Although the breed as we know it was developed in France, with first breed recognition occurring in 1925, they are known as… Continue reading Birman / Doorstep
Bengal The Bengal was crossbred to evoke the look of wild cats such as leopards and ocelots. Selective breeding of domestic cats with the wild Asian leopard cat (ALC) resulted in the remarkable rosettes and spots seen in the Bengal. The careful breeding has produced a calm, friendly cat with striking colour contrasts. The idea of… Continue reading Bengal / Ball Pit
Prints are back, and they’re just delicious! Great quality, with marks and colours perfectly retained. Size: 200 x 273mm, printed on archival 240gsm paper. Price: ZAR300 (very cheap if you earn dollars or pounds!). Shipping included in South Africa. Abyssinian / Zebra – 5 of 5 available Aegean / Stained Glass – 5 of 5 available American… Continue reading Prints available!
I’m still working on this one, so will save the details for later. Sickness, painting commissions and bad internet connection have seriously slowed me down! So far this piece has been worked in pen and ink, but I’ll now start to go back over with acrylic paint. I’ll add larger balls in the foreground to… Continue reading Bengal / Ball Pit (in progress)
This cat and his “playmate” were produced to join the DignitySA art auction fundraiser in March. DignitySA aims to bring about law changes supporting the right to die with dignity in South Africa. When I was asked to create an original cat for the auction, I instantly thought of this little guy, whose picture I had… Continue reading Savannah / Leopard Tortoise (special edition)