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Foggy

Posted by Kim Haskins on

Another big canvas measuring 80 x 100cm, Foggy is a cat with warm grey, silver and pinkish tones and exceptional whiskers.

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Patapoufette

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This is Patapoufette, a super fluffy rainbow cat on a dark blue, deep canvas measuring 80 x 100cm. The original will be auctioned and prints will also become available to buy from September.

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New mug designs

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New for 2017! I have designed a selection of six collectible mugs exclusively for renowned ceramic manufacturers McLaggan Smith in Scotland.    You can purchase the mugs directly from the McLaggan Smith online store (worldwide shipping is available). For an extra fee you can even personalise the mugs on the handle or inside base. Scroll down the page to see the designs in more detail. Four of the designs are in the capacious 'Quite Big' size: Height: 90mmDiameter: 85mmCapacity: 400ml£11.00 Two of the designs are in the daintier 'Standard' size: Height: 80mmDiameter: 30mmCapacity: 300ml£9.50 'Quite Big' mugs Loving Felines You're Purrfect Sweetheart Flash Mog 'Standard' mugs...

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New posters! And framing suggestions...

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I've just released four new high-quality poster prints at just £9 each - the collection is growing! Three of my popular love-themed 'ink' designs are included in the set: Loving Feline, You're Purrfect and Sweetheart. As these are a commercially-standard A3 size (precisely 29.7 x 42.0cm / 11.69 x16.53 inches, or 30x40cm / 12x16inches if you prefer to round things up), it's quite easy to find affordable frames and mounts for these posters yourself (eg try IKEA). The other new poster is 'Rita's Cats', below, featuring four fluffy ragdolls and a green-eyed tabby mog:  

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Paintings from 2016

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To say farewell to 2016, I've created a page dedicated to some (but not all!) of the artworks I've created throughout the year.  Take a look on the Gallery page. Wilf by Kim Haskins, 2016

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