Mixed Media - Paintings To Photo-art, Digital Mixed Media
“Oliver Parisian Night Cat” - is part of the "Oliver-the-Cat series. Originally, pen and ink to oil pastels- photographed. transferred for digital rendering, this piece evolved as Oliver, The Parisian Night Cat, a tale in which our neighborhood cat sees himself from a Window in Paris ... ooolalah... ((=^:^=))
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This figurative abstraction is a visual narrative about choices- consideration- critical thinking within a fraught process of selection we-- each of us-- face every day.
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Symbolism and Story: The window symbolizes holding space for delight and color in your life...despite the cautions of an upset. Oliver represents observation paired with curiosity.
Oliver peers out his window imagining himself to be a true night ca on the prowl- (which by the way is not what he’s all about, really) as he does often from the artist's studio. You may imagine the cat sees beyond immediate gratification, so is symbolic of a space where neighbors and others simply get along- thus gaining a new perspective on what is most important in life.
In this paintography piece, the juxtaposition of color with changing light symbolizes positive change through envisioning new and or different perspectives always considering the concept of looking carefully before you leap.
** This artwork is available in a variety of framed and unframed gallery-quality prints, home décor items such soft and durable duvet covers, fabric shower curtains, and throw pillows as well as greeting cards and weekender totes.
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Zsanan Studio Notes
March 3rd, 2019
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