There have been some new feline arrivals at Whitby Galleries this week. The last set of kitties, that arrived sometime in May, completely sold out within a week. They left poor Pugsley the pug behind with his tail between his legs, wondering where everyone had gone.
I had hoped that this new set of paintings would be ready a week ago. Unfortunately, I had more than a few set backs with another project. This had a knock on effect with everything else and I ended up being 3 -4 days behind. Hopefully the wait is worth it.
The themes this month are pretty much the same as last time. A couple of Whitby inspired felines, more cats just being cats, and as the weather is warming up, a couple of seaside ones for good measure.
I’m really enjoying painting the Whitby themed ones. I love the quirkiness of the houses staggered at the bottom of the hill where St Mary’s church sits. It’s a bit of a challenge. But who doesn’t like a challenge, right?
Available from WHITBY GALLERIES
All of these cat illustrations are available to buy right now from Whitby Galleries. Each one has been professionally mounted and framed by gallery before going on sale. The paintings measure approx. 5 x 5 inches and the frames are around 11.5 inches square.
If you would like to buy a painting please contact Whitby Galleries directly quoting the ref. no which can be found beneath each painting in the images above (or down below). Orders can be taken by phone, email, or by popping in to the gallery. Alternatively, you can get in touch with them via Facebook.
Full list of paintings
LMR476 – In the Drawers Again – SOLD
LMR477 – Plant Filled Dreams – SOLD
LMR478 – Morning News – SOLD
LMR479 – Seaside Snooze – SOLD
LMR480 – The Wool Basket – SOLD
LMR481 – Treetop Perch – SOLD
LMR482 – Just a Tiddler – SOLD
LMR483 – Pied Wagtails – SOLD
LMR484 – Mice in the Reading Room – SOLD
LMR485 – Fishing Town Felines – SOLD
* Sold status and prices are correct as of August 19th, 2020. I try to be as as accurate as I can regarding sold artwork but sometimes sales do go unnoticed.