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Hand Made One Lucky Cat/Maneki Neko Products
These lucky cats bring abundance and good fortune to you - based on 17th C. Japanese myth about a cat named Tana living in a Buddhist temple. She beckoned to a Samurai warrior caught in a storm, and thus rescued him and his troops from being hit by lightening. All over Asia there are temples honoring the Maneki Neko. You see them frequently in Chinese and Thai Restaurants. My oil paintings placed in windows facing out guaranteed to bring good luck. Your own cat can be immortalized from a photo when portrayed as a Maneki Neko.
Sam Bellamy's Cat, 26" x 9" x 9" acrylic composite sculpture on vintage lobster pot buoy, on display at Cotuit Center for the Art's Members, Students & Faculty Exhibit. Cotuit Center for the Arts 4404 Falmouth Rd Cotuit, MA 02635 Opening reception 11/23/19 5:00PM-7:00PM Show runs through 12/29/19
Monster Map with Super Heroine Collage on Panel 12 x 12" Cape Map with Monster Seals Collage on Panel 8 x 8" Deck the Walls is a juried show at the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. Opening reception by invitation only. Show runs through 12/31/2019 Arts Foundation of Cape Cod396...
"Blue Crab" lithograph 19" x 25" on display at The Commons Art Exhibit Opening reception 12/7/19 3:00PM-5:00PM. Show runs through 1/31/20. Provincetown Commons46 Bradford StreetProvincetown, MA 02657