Even when I am painting, he will demand his time for petting and purring. However, he doesn’t always sit still.
Therefore, when working on Foggy Morning Eagle Flight, Alex was on my lap as usual. Near the end of the painting I was working on one of the final layers of trees when he decided he needed to reposition. This isn’t unusual, but this time he decided to rake his tail through the wet paint. Once I got over the initial shock, I checked his tail to make sure he wouldn’t be painting other areas of the house. Then I went back to the painting. He was right, it needed another layer of fog and trees. I hope you enjoyed how this painting came to be and more importantly the painting itself.
Here it is: