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It’s a dream job to get up in the morning and create art that’s fun and makes people smile. Sometimes I get kinda out there with the silliness…… These portraits lend themselves to that, I think. What cute Sphynx cat lover gifts these prints make!
My art is flat out anthropomorphism. That’s a big, stumble-worthy word that means attributing human characteristics to other objects, ideas or beings. If we sat down and thought about it, it wouldn’t be hard to come up with a dozen ways we do this all the time. It’s kind of part of the human condition, I think. It’s particularly easy to do with the animals in our lives. Our cat Louis? In this example of Sphynx cat art, it seems almost natural for him to be royally depicted in clothes.
I think my art pokes a little fun at anthropomorphism, too. Going to the extreme will do that. So, my critters are the most royally depicted (as the most royal human portrait subjects were when they posed long ago). I like to put them in over-the-top ornate frames. My subjects look just as serious, proud, and yes, sometimes pompous, as the human subjects did.
Then there’s the odd little hobby I have to keep myself amused. I like to imagine my portraits in important scenes in movies, or in the photos of famous people. It’s ridiculous to see them there. They don’t belong there, and that’s what gives me a chuckle. Much like my portraits are quite the little surprise to come upon in a home when you’re expecting to see a human as the portrait’s dressed-up subject. Art can be fun. I’m certainly having fun. I hope you get a kick out of my portraits, too.