Triangles

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triangles, acrylic on mdf, 7" x 5"

“Triangles” Acrylic on MDF, 7″ x 5″

Triangles is the 2nd in my series of “Gatti Liberi” (Free Cats—or strays as we sometimes think of them). I met Triangles on Halloween night almost two years ago.We became friends. She greeted me each morning when I brought her food, and she returned each evening to chatter and play. After my heart surgery, she often walked up and down the sidewalk with me each day to hasten my recovery. About two months ago, we enjoyed the evening and the next day she was gone, and has not returned. There isn’t anything harder than saying goodbye to a friend. Nevertheless, I wish I’d known to say goodbye to Triangles that night.

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triangles note card

“Triangles” Note Card

This painting is available as Note Cards (4-1/4 x 5-1/2″). Note Cards can be viewed and/or purchased here: “Triangles” Note Cards (Secure Zazzle page will open in new tab.)

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Snowberry

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snowberry, acrylic on mdf, 5" x 7"

“Snowberry” Acrylic on MDF, 5″ x 7″

Snowberry appeared in my life at the same time as Brambleberry, but she never approached me until Brambleberry disappeared. She is no doubt his Spirit Companion still. After two years, she still greets me each morning on the front porch, or sometimes I find her resting in the old MG. This is the 1st of a new and ongoing series of “stray cats” that I meet.

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snowberry note card

“Snowberry” Note Card

This painting is available as Note Cards (4-1/4 x 5-1/2″). Note Cards can be viewed and/or purchased here: “Snowberry” Note Cards (Secure Zazzle page will open in new tab.)

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Sparkling Flowers

sparkling flowers, acrylic on mdf, 5" x 7"

“Sparkling Flowers” Acrylic on MDF, 5″ x 7″

Chatting with my hair stylist friend while she was doing her best to keep me in the game, when I mentioned I’d started painting again. I told her I’d spent an hour looking for flowers to paint in local grocery florists shops the night before, but had not found any daisies. As I was about to leave her shop, she grabbed a handful of lavender daisies from a fresh bouquet on her desk and said, “Will these do?” Indeed they will! Thanks, Pam!

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