A little cat painting for those who want to keep it real

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the power of art and how it can be used to inspire a whole new kind of art.

There’s an old adage, “Don’t let the world know you love them; just show them what you’re up to”. 

The power of cat painting has always been in the art itself, and its been something I’ve explored in a lot of my paintings.

A lot of people find it incredibly soothing to look at.

And I’ve found that to be a great motivator, as well as a powerful means of letting your art do its thing, which is what I’ve done with my painting.

It’s an art that lets us take a snapshot of ourselves and what we’re feeling at the moment.

I’ve always been a bit of a cat person, and have a very big collection of cats, both of the living and dead, so I always wanted to paint one of them.

The first painting I ever made was in the shape of a tiger, so that was an easy choice.

But I didn’t have a clue what the name of the painting would be, so when I started to think about it, I was a little bit scared.

And then, when I thought about it again, I realised it was a very special painting. 

I went and got a cat from the vet, and then I put the painting in the back of the car, and I got into the car and drove around.

And at the time, I didn