A winter morning in New York City slowly releases its grip. On short days, 5:00 a.m. barely pulls itself from night toward day. But day begins anyway as people rise to meet the dark.
About the cat in Times Square… Traveling with George the Cat in Times Square and New York City By David Stone Of course, I was aware as you would be that a cat’s reaction would be different than mine. Until George walked into Times Square on a leash and […]
The well-groomed cat in Bonnard’s Bathers gets the idea and sets a good example in this parody of bathroom art.
Deborah Julian’s Black Cat In a Box Christmas Cards are holiday favorites, every year. Bursting with color, they catch the hearts of black cat lovers.
Naples, Italy, owns a reputation for being wicked, ridden with crime, but it’s also home for faith and families.
About Edward Hopper’s New York window with cats… It’s a reimagining by Cat Artist Deborah Julian. Hopper’s a curious character. You get an uncertain range of ideas about him. Like with cats.
Edouard Vuillard’s Office Cat… Visual artists invent worlds to put their work in context. Creativity spills into the world where you, I and cats live…
Picasso’s Cat Before A Mirror… You’d have an interesting time and very likely get lost, taking a hike through the mind of Pablo Picasso like this cat did. From Famous Artists’ Cats: The Book By David Stone No guarantee the experience would be pleasant; in fact, you could […]
About the black cat in Monet’s garden….. By David Stone Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883. He was 43 years old and a recent widower with two children. His life, once so difficult he attempted suicide, impoverished and unrecognized, began turning around. He painted eventual masterpieces in […]
About East River NYC Winter, 5:00 A.M., from Roosevelt Island One winter morning, I looked out my window, and there it was. Surreal, rich in color, like a painting. But it was real, and I got it.