I agree, the sprinting fawns definitely echo the cat's character - love that he is turned looking at them in a way that is so playful! Great Diane!
Wow, this is terrific! I love the cat's position, turning to look over his shoulder. Again, I think his fur looks like velvet. And the little fawns are adorable. Well done!
wow -- this is great diane -- really wonderful! love all your cat paintings.
I love this! Your composition is so well thought out, and your colors are fabulous (as usual!). Very nice painting!
Dynamic composition, Diane, and really, just a well studied characterization of the cat. I enjoy the background, too!
Your cat pictures just blow me away. Fun to see more paintings of cats. So many of us paint dogs. They need a little equal time.
I applaud you for really studying the cat's anatomy and depicting it correctly. Your choice of colors and the graphic fawns remind me of the art deco period of the 1930's. The cat looking back over his shoulder could be symbolic of looking to the past, intended or not. I think this is a fantastic little piece whether one is a cat lover or not.
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