Wednesday, September 10, 2008

It has come to our attention...

..that there are some people who like to paint mice and some who like to paint cats. She seems to have itchy feet and can't keep still even though She has dragons to paint and cats to stroke. She is off again soon to make an exhibition of Herself in Bath. Well, really! At least this time She is sharing space with lots of other people who can colour in, and some of which quite like cats.






Mice are by Paula, cats by Michelle and Leon is by Graham Baker- Smith



8 comments:

dragonladych said...

What!!!? You means she's having an exhibition with Rodney Matthews? Wow! He's been a major influence to me, I really wish I would live in the UK sometimes!

Griffin said...

I love Paula's mice... and especially her tigers (I've had a soft spot for tigers since I was a kid). I must get Michelle's cats and Graham's Leon looks fab too.

I do life-modelling for illustration students and Graham's work shows exactly what the lecturer is talking about. High use of imagination and no limits.

And I love your dragons and cats too Jackie. My next pay cheque is going on some fabulous illustrated books... ahem, to go with the other hundreds of books I already have!

Karen said...

Ah..... I've just been reading the leaflet for the bath childrens literature festival.
As well as your very own clever lady showing her paintings, I've also heard that another clever one, Cornelia Funke is going to be around, reading from her new book 'Inkspell'

Rima said...

Well well.. I thought I recognised those mice!
Paula and I have met in real life too! :)

Aoise said...

All those mouses ! Weminds me of all those mouses I caught a few weeks ago !!

paula said...

*squeak!*

Karen said...

Sorry did I say Inkspell.What I mean't to say was 'Inkdeath'!

Poetikat said...

I have a lovely little book called "Polar Bear Cat" by Nicola Bayley. I think her illustrations are gorgeous.

Kat