Liquid Cats

What happens on a page.

close up photo of colors on water

When it comes to inking a cat, there’s no telling what will happen. 

The long brushstroke of a tail; paint bleeds a fluid form, feathered fur.

Sometimes, the shape of a body can only be defined by where it isn’t.


Inspired by this article about Endre Penovác’s watercolor cats.

Author: Stacey C. Johnson

I keep watch and listen, mostly in dark places.

6 thoughts on “Liquid Cats”

    1. That’s next, Jef! I had the same thought when I stumbled on the phrase! : )

  1. I like that paradox of the shape defined by where it isn’t, that’s nice. Reminds me of sometimes being puzzled by my shadow too, and the fun existential rabbit hole in that. Nice piece Stacey!

      1. I think it’s the kind of hole that by definition one is meant to get lost in 😀

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