Tag Archives: cat

“Mystery” contemporary cat painting

contemporary cat painting by Carolee Clark

@copy; Carolee Clark, “Mystery” 10″ x 10″, acrylic

“Mystery”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″ x .75″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

“Cat Caution,” contemporary cat portrait painting

contemporary cat painting portrait by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark, “Cat Caution,” acrylic, 10″ x 10″ x .75″

“Cat Caution”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″ x 3/4″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

Contemporary cat painting “Feline Focus”

contemporary cat painting by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark, “Feline Focus,” acrylic, 10″ x 10″

“Feline Focus”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″ x 3/4″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

Contemporary cat painting portrait “Confetti”

contemporary cat painting portrait by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark, “Confetti,” acrylic, 12″ x 12″ x 1.5″

“Confetti”  sold_dot sold
by Carolee Clark
12″ x 12″ x 1.5″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

 

Contemporary cat painting “Question Everything”

contemporary cat painting by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark, “Question Everything,” acrylic, 10″ x 10″

“Question Everything”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″ x 3/4″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

Contemporary animal painting of a cat “Bubba”

contemporary cat painting "Bubba" by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark, “Bubba,” acrylic, 10″ x 10″

“Bubba”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″ x 3/4″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

I was sent a couple of adorable cat photographs and produced this painting of Bubba.  I might have to do a few more cats!

Contemporary landscape with a building painting “Lazy Afternoon”

contemporary landscape building painting by Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark, “Lazy Afternoon,” acrylic, 10″ x 10″

“Lazy Afternoon”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
10″ x 10″ x 3/4″
acrylic on wrapped canvas

A few weeks ago I was painting at Finley Wildlife Refuge.  This is the second painting that was started at this location.  It is the Cabell Lodge which was built circa 1912 and is now used by the headquarters office for the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

The little black cat I added for a touch more life as I didn’t see anyone else around and it seemed a shame that such a fine building didn’t have a little more activity.