These crisp ink and brush drawings have a vibrant immediacy. When matted and framed, they become conversation starters, not just with cat people, but lovers of art and wit.  Normally  these drawings sell for $20 each, or $80 for the group. However, for a limited time (until January 1), if you buy them as a group, you will buy 3 and get the fourth FREE.

6 x 9 drawing “Infanta Margherita”

The group consists of:

  1. a “cat-a-pus” or a “puss-a pus,” depending on your sense of humor.
  2. Freya being pulled by her cat chariot
  3. The Infanta Margherita by Velasquez
  4. Portrait of Willem by Franz Hals

Click below to see the whole set.

Each drawing is original, pen or brush and ink.

6 x 9 inches

on 140 lbs. watercolor paper.

But wait, there’s more… more cats!

Ruby’s Cat Posters

Set of 4 Cat Posters by Ruby Borden
When framed, the Cat Posters make an eye catching display

Ruby Borden has created a charming line of 11 x 17 cat posters. These whimsical characters add life to any room. They are a great addition to any house with a crazy cat lady… or just someone who want’s to smile.

Introducing the Four Cats: Pickles, Mochi, Red Cat, and Tod.

Pickles is bold, charming, and wall worthy. Most definitely a sight for sore eyes. She fits in quite well with modern and old fashion surroundings.

Purple cat poster by Ruby Borden.
Close up of “Mochi”

Mochi is inquisitive, demanding, as well as lovely and gentle. She is simple but elegant making her a great add to any household big or small, or even as gifts. She loves to meet new and interesting people.

Red cat is simple and eye-catching. A perfect addition to any art or decor collection in any room, whether you’re a simple lover of cats to a crazy cat lady.

Tod is a troublemaker. He’s a master at fitting into anything as well as knocking things off the counter. Nevertheless he is caring and makes a great conversation piece. Guaranteed to make you smile.

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Ink brush and watercolor drawing.

Dimensions: 11 inches x 17 inches

Thank you for taking a look at the work of this Father Daughter team.

Cats in the New Year
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