Deborah Julian’s fun, creative cat art
Prints by Deborah Julian of cats use popular art themes and designs for decorating any cat lover’s home or office. Cats are one of the most popular animals, and people love to see them in fun and different settings. I hope you enjoy her prints and cards as much as she did creating them.
Deborah Julian is a cat lover with a passion for creating art from her feline friends. Deborah’s digital prints of cats in art make wonderful gifts for cat lovers and art collectors.
I’ve added some of my favorite cat quotes below to help encourage you to give her cat art a try.
Quotes for Cat Lovers
“Cats are connoisseurs of comfort.”- James Herriot.
“Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later.” – Mary Bly.
“There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.” – Albert Schweitzer.
“I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior.” – Hippolyte Taine.
“Cats seem to go on the principle that it never does any harm to ask for what you want.” – Joseph Wood Krutch.
Art by Deborah Julian of Cats is fun and creative.
Her art makes wonderful gifts for cat lovers and art collectors. Her digital prints of cats are popular with adults who love having fun items to decorate their homes or office space. The prints are made with vivid colors, so they pop out against the interesting backgrounds. As an artist, she is dedicated to bringing smiles and positive feelings to the people who see her work.
Her cat art features popular themes, patterns and elements from recognizable art styles. She also uses fun subject matter that cat lovers can relate to. One example is of a black cat admiring his reflection in a pool of water in Monet’s garden. French artist Claude Monet’s garden is still popular today, and cat lovers can get lost in their thoughts while looking at the peaceful scene.
Find more examples of her work on her website.
Creative and Unique Cat Art That’s Fun for Everyone
A Little Bit of Art History is the Perfect Mix for Your Home or Office
Deborah Julian has a thing for cats, and her work shows it. She creates using photoshop to work on her own photographs, sometimes coupling them with famous artists’ work. The art that Deborah creates is unique in the way that it uses cat images in popular culture themes. Her prints are one-of-a-kind works of art that are fun and creative.
The most interesting aspect of Deborah’s work is the way she takes a picture of her cat with an accompanying painting or art theme and photoshops them together to create a different image that is more than just a photograph or a painting. She uses her cats’ personalities to make them fit into different scenes. Her paintings are unique because they’re not of one particular style, but rather consist of a mix of many styles. For example, Deborah has created art using an impressionist painting style with a photo that she had taken of her cats at home.
Cat Art Makes Wonderful Gifts Because Cats and Art Are Adored by So Many People
Deborah Julian’s cat art is unique in the way she uses different techniques for creating each piece. When you see one of her works, it’s clear from the start what makes her different from other artists. She has a passion for combining famous artworks with a picture that she has taken of one of her cats or any cat that she has the opportunity to photograph. For example, she famously created a digital print of her cat posing with Van Gogh’s famous bedroom in Arles image. This is an interesting piece that uses two different styles of art, and it makes for a wonderful gift idea for anyone who loves cats or van Gogh’s work.
Art Prints Make Wonderful Gifts for People Who Love Cats and Art.
There are many different cat art prints that Deborah has created, but one of her most popular pieces is a digital print of her tabby in a parody of Picasso’s Girl in a Mirror. The work pays homage to two great artists at once because it uses the photograph of her cat with the famous art theme. Any cat lover who has an appreciation for art would love to get this print as a gift. Along with her digital prints of cats, Deborah also creates greeting cards featuring her hilarious take on famous paintings.
Everyone Loves Cats, and Receiving Special Gifts is Even Better.
Deborah Julian’s cat art makes for wonderful gifts because it’s a unique and creative idea that anyone who loves cats will appreciate. If you’re shopping for a special someone, then look no further than one of Deborah’s prints or cards featuring her amazing digital work with her beloved cats. Anyone who is around the house long enough to spend time reading a card or looking at a print of cats is sure to love these pieces.
If you are looking for something different to decorate your home or office, check out these digital prints of cats designed to fit in with popular art themes. They are perfect for any cat lover’s home or office. Deborah’s collection is available for purchase at https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeborahJulian. Thank you.
Customers feel satisfaction in knowing that they spent money on something that is creative and fun. They will also be happy because it helps feed the artist and her cats! Whether you are looking for art pieces for your home or office, these digital prints of cats make perfect gifts for cat lovers and art collectors. You can find Deborah’s cards and prints at https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeborahJulian
This article was created by David Stone, a certifiable cat nut who has wasted many hours strolling through art galleries acting like he knows what he’s doing.
The artist behind the cat prints, cards, and other feline-inspired designs is a cat lover with a passion for creating art from her four-legged friends.
Bonus: an almost true story about a customer who bought Deborah Julian’s cat art
Shelly was a broke college student struggling to pay her way through school. After making an impulsive purchase on some digital prints, she realized that this had been the best decision of her life so far! They transformed her whole apartment and made it feel like home. She had more fun shopping for different pieces to complete the look and even started collecting what seemed like hundreds of photos and cute knick-knacks to decorate with.
Before she knew it, her little studio was transformed and people were stopping by to drop off more things for her to display! Her new home quickly became known as the place for all the best cat art and artists.
Shelly began creating a space where anyone could come and buy their dream art piece. It felt so good to be able to give people gifts that allowed them to express themselves. Shelly continued creating her little shop until she graduated college with a degree in Art, which was something she had always wanted to do.
Her tale shows how much fun it can be to decorate your home or office with these digital prints of cats. The customer will feel a sense of happiness in knowing that they have helped a shop that is not only fun but gives people the opportunity to comfortably purchase items for themselves or as gifts. You can check out more information at https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeborahJulian.
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