Week 48: Cubism

This is Pinky, one of my cat figurines.

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Pinky recently read about Picasso and other Cubists and became quite enthralled with the possibilities. He has never been the same.

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This points out the danger in having literate cat figurines: they read books, they develop a fondness for unfathomable artistic movements, and that’s the last you see of them.

Materials I used:

Staedtler 2H pencil
Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer watercolour pencils
Faber-Castell Polychromos coloured pencils
Large 28 year-old ceramic cat figurine who secretly admires Georges Braque.

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Week 48: Cubism

  1. Lol! Love it, JJ 😀 Pinky is delightful in both forms 😉

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    • Isn’t he great? I found him in a small shop in my old town–the shop stayed open just long enough for me to buy him and then closed–not enough business in the town I call Deadsville.

      I haven’t bought cat figurines for several years, I only like ones that are really special like this. When I recently unboxed my cat figurines after 2.5 years I was delighted to see them all–such scamps and personalities.

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