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Original Pen & Ink Drawing by Anita Inverarity

A peaceful moment in the woods with a tiny owl and pussycat friend. You will find owls and cats feature a lot in my illustrations. I feel very drawn to both :))

ORIGINAL (gold highlights) SOLD 2009


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Anita Inverarity is a fine art illustrator residing in North East Scotland. Her intricate line work is influenced by the classic Victorian illustrators, pop surrealism and underground culture displaying a classic vibe with a modern twist.

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    JUSTARTabout 5 years ago

    wonderful work

  • Thank you so much :)) xx

    – Anita Inverarity

  • stephaniek
    stephaniekabout 5 years ago

    Awesome work……….love the hair!!!

  • Thank you so much :)) xxx

    – Anita Inverarity

  • Cate Townsend
    Cate Townsendabout 5 years ago

    Beautiful Anita

  • Thank you so much xxx

    – Anita Inverarity

  • gottheshot
    gottheshotabout 5 years ago

    Touch of the Elsa Lanchester going on here with her hair-do :o)
    Brian the Snail – me old mate – famous at last :o)
    Love her cat – like Gromit – all knowing and just sits back and lets it all happen :o)
    The owl reminds of me of a certain ownl owner – a goggle eyed chap with inital HP.I wonder if her owl brings her the post as well :o)
    Love the flora and fauna of her surroundings – esp. Brian :o)
    Love the swirls of the trees and her hair that goes on forever. AB FAB, Anita xx

  • Thank you so much Paul, I was experimenting with different patterns here. Had to put Brian in for you lol x

    – Anita Inverarity

  • robpixaday
    robpixadayabout 5 years ago

    This is genius!
    There’s so much to see in it, so much to enjoy………..that amazing background, all the detail, ad the lad and the cat and the owl…EVERYTHING !!!!!


  • Ooooo Thank youuuuuu Splendiferous (I like that hee hee) xxxxxx

    – Anita Inverarity

    BLYTHARTabout 5 years ago

    I know you’ll excuse me asking technical questions … when you do large areas of black, as in this lovely drawing, do you use ink and a brush? That’s what I do.

  • Thanks Dave. I just use my pen mostly- its quite a small piece (6 by 6)
    I have a big pic sketched out, and should really go invest in some Indian Ink to save time (and get a lovely true black). Its been ages since I’ve done wash work too (Hmmm Maybe time to start experimenting more).
    Here I was trying new patterns and things, I think the background was inspired by you a bit xxx

    – Anita Inverarity

  • Lynette K.
    Lynette K.about 5 years ago

    Oh my, she is beyond lovely. It reminds me of Lynn’s work…just something about it. Pieces like this make me want to draw like you. :) <3

  • Thank you, I’m so happy you like it. I was experimenting with different patterns and things. LOL Everytime I see your new work, I feel that way xoxox

    – Anita Inverarity

  • ArtSlut
    ArtSlutabout 5 years ago

    Such a sense of peace and innocence in this.These drawings must take you hours.Have you ever done lino printing?your work would be so beautiful as lino prints or etchings :-)

  • Thank youuuuuu. Last time I did Lino was at school, I wasn’t very good at it, but I LOVE seeing Lino work, very drawn to it- maybe I’ll try it again one day xoxox

    – Anita Inverarity

    BLYTHARTabout 5 years ago

    Thank you for your reply to my comment. I am going to download this picture into my folder to view offline .. and for the benefit of any copyright fanatics reading this: I asked Anita’s permission earlier to save her work, as I admire it immensely :P

  • Thank youuuuuuuu :))))) I’m glad you like it :)))))))) xx

    – Anita Inverarity

  • CiannaRose
    CiannaRoseabout 5 years ago

    I love the expressions, and the detail work is enchanting as always Anita… another wonderful engaging piece! xx ")

  • Thank you so much Cianna xxxx

    – Anita Inverarity

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