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Cat Painting

Are you interested in cat painting? If your answer is yes, then you should do it soon. You see, cats are always in the news and you may have heard of some people taking their cats to the artist to have them done in famous fashion magazines. These cats are seen as models and their owners are proud of their “feline beauty”. You can be one of these proud owners too.

So what is the big deal about this activity? Isn't it the same thing that people do with dogs? Yes and no. Like dogs, cats can be made to look pretty in magazine pages and on paintings by an experienced artist. But like dogs, there is a big difference between dog clothes and cat clothes.

The first thing you should understand is that there is a big difference between traditional cat painting and modern cat painting. The traditional way to paint a cat was by applying paint to the animal's body and using a brush. The artist would use a brush to apply the paint in a careful even coat. This was the only way to achieve an even color all throughout the body. When the artist was finished the painting would dry in about an hour. Modern painting techniques make use of many different tools and equipment to speed up the drying time and allow more than one person to work on the painting at the same time.

There is no way that an experienced art buyer would let such a simple activity pass. In fact, this is one of the most popular activities at the San Francisco Art Association meetings. And why not? After all, it's not everyday that you get to look at a beautifully painted cat!

Another difference between the two is the cost. A traditional cat painting usually costs around one thousand dollars. But if you go to a regular service on the weekend, you can expect to pay six thousand to eight thousand dollars. Plus you have to cover the cost of the canvas and other supplies like stencils. Canvas and stencils can also be purchased separately from the package.

So the average cat owner has to divide the cost of the painting into four. Of course, the discount and additional supplies must be paid for. But the price still remains high. So the question remains. Why would an enthusiastic artist go to all the trouble of putting together a painting only to have it done at the regular cost? Isn't it better to do it yourself?

The answer to that is in the answer to the last paragraph. The number of trained professional art painters in the city of san francisco has been on the rise in recent years. The number of artists who are able to provide services for the high price asked by the elite few is increasing as well.

So the most likely scenario is that the elite group of cat owners will continue to get their work done by the professionals. The cat painting San Francisco muralists will move onto greener pastures. And though, the average Joe may decide to do some of his own painting in the neighborhoods around the bay area, he'll probably be satisfied with what the professionals provide.

So the question remains. Why would anyone want to take the time of day to have a simple cat painting done of themselves? In truth, cat paintings San Francisco have become so popular that the local universities even offer classes in this type of painting. The latest trend has been the taking of le Chat by Stephen Deutch, a famous illustrator from San Francisco.

Le Chat is a giant mural painted right down the middle of what used to be the Gas Lamp District. It's big enough to let a couple of hundred cat owners decorate the walls with their own versions of le Chat's famous images. If you don't like cats, you can have your image changed to anything else. The mural is located right in the heart of San Francisco, at the beginning of Market Street.

If you're thinking about getting a mural of le Chat done, make sure you get a copy of the portrait before the artist comes to work. The artist will come prepared with a whole set of le Chat images that he/she will ask you to choose from. You'll have to pick your favorite and go along with it to the studio. Have the kids help you select the colors for the image. After all, the city of San Francisco is home to both the most creative and least conservative artists in the country.

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