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Cat Painting - Moth Hunter by Baron Dixon

Moth Hunter is a painting by Baron Dixon which was uploaded on January 13th, 2012.

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Love your purple cat, awesome work, and those big green eyes, congratulation on your sale Baron.

I love your adorable cats Baron! She (or he?) is the favorite.

Baron Dixon replied:

This one is based on a "she" cat. A Maine Coon who liked to agitate birds in our garden. She would flatten herself out, like you see here, and stare up at the birds in the tree branches above with her tail lashing while the birds took turns dive-bombing her and cussing her out.

Love it!

Love how your creative mind works ..All your artwork is delightful in a weird sort of way ...right up my alley!! lol

This is a truly charming way you thought to do this painting.

Baron Dixon replied:

Thank you, Connie! This is one of the reasons I really enjoy the flexibility of oils. The whole black canvas was covered in transparent purple oil paint. To the casual observer it would look black, but then I'd load my brush with white paint and it would blend into the purple as I painted. This was painted mostly with a fan brush.