CAT. 2013. Acrylic on Arches Paper. 14 3/4″ x 17 3/4″. (framed size)
First a study, then a painting … and now a limited edition work on paper.
Back in the summer, I was commissioned by one of my collectors to paint two portraits of her cats Jaz and Max. While I was working on them in the studio, I had the studies pinned to the wall and when people stopped by, more and more of them began to comment not only on how much they liked the portraits but the studies too – in particular, the study for Jaz.
JAZ. Painting in progress with study in Jason’s studio. NYC. 2013.
CAT Work On Paper Available for Purchase.
As people’s interest grew, the question arose as to whether Jaz might become available as a work on paper, which it now has and is simply titled, CAT. CAT is available either as a framed or unframed, hand painted, limited edition of 100, work on paper. If you are interested in purchasing a CAT work on paper or would just like to find out more, please follow the link to Jason Oliva’s online store.
CAT. 2013. Acrylic on Arches Paper. 12 1/8″ x 16 1/8″. (unframed size).
Cat and Dog Portrait Commissions
Although Jaz and Max were my first cat portraits, I had been commissioned to paint a number of other animal portraits prior to that, including dogs, a breed of cow and a racehorse! So if you are interested in commissioning a portrait of your cat, dog or any other creature that means something to you, please contact me at email@example.com. Portrait commissions always make for interesting paintings … and they can also make great gifts!
JAZ. Collector’s Apartment, NYC. 2013.
Max studies his portrait, while ignoring Jaz to the right. Amused or not amused? NYC. 2013
More Animal Portrait Commissions …
Promise Me A Cat. 2013. Racehorse Portrait. Jason Oliva.
Bronx. 2012. Acrylic on Canvas. Jason Oliva