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Dry-point etching
Number 5 of 14
A series about a boy who is turned into a cat

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john douglas, johndouglas, cat, etching, magic, story, cat etching, symbolism, feline, myhology, history, series, pyramid, dry point, symbolic

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  • Catrin Stahl-Szarka
    Catrin Stahl-S...over 3 years ago

    Great work John!! I like this series. /Catrin

  • thanks very much Catrin, its a joy to read this comment

    – John Douglas

  • ellejayerose
    ellejayeroseover 3 years ago

    i hear the pink panther music ringing in my ears :) and John I will take a case of you bottled – the liquor cabinet is calling out for you – I think you would be well placed next to an ash wiskey or a pear cider :)

  • I hope the Pink Panther music doesn’t create any pre-birthing trauma – a fortune in therapy bills later. yes, well placed next to almost any boozings, merci. x

    – John Douglas

  • bronte
    bronteover 3 years ago

    oh my. simply magical. I love this series.

  • Thanks very much Bronte

    – John Douglas

  • donnamalone
    donnamaloneover 3 years ago

    Great series…is this the print or the plate?..i love all the faded lines in the back too.

  • Thanks very much Donna. These are the prints.

    – John Douglas

  • Bruce Miller
    Bruce Millerover 3 years ago

    Frisky feline frolics and forages for fish. ;-0

  • Thanks Bruce – foraging for fish, snoozing in the sun – a good life

    – John Douglas

  • catherine walker
    catherine walkerover 3 years ago

    wonderful, well done!

  • Thank you very much Catherine!

    – John Douglas

  • bobart
    bobartover 3 years ago

    This is my favorite of the series so far, but want to look at them all together. Great drawing here, quality of line, shapes and composition. Isn’t dry point great, so direct. Are these on aluminum? Just been looking at Paul Klee, this is as good as anything he did.

  • Thanks very much Jai. These are done on aluminium. I was a little familiar with Klee’s work, but took a renewed interest in him when I visited the Klee museum in Bern – and had shivers of recognition seeing several of my concerns in art had been his too. I did these etchings before that visit, but have certainly done more since that has a conscious inspiration from him, and so thank you very much for such kind words, made my day. I want to do more dry-point now – such great fun.

    – John Douglas

  • mjart66
    mjart66over 3 years ago

    These are like a walk threw your childhood to me. I like them.

  • Thanks very much David

    – John Douglas

  • Carson Collins
  • thanks for that link carson

    – John Douglas

  • Chad Witt
    Chad Wittover 3 years ago

    a trasure

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