Napster sincerely hopes that people viewing these images will enjoy them as much as we did in their creation, and that viewers will enter into the spirit of the exercise, as tongue-in-cheek and wonderful as it has been and continues to be.
Friday, July 30, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Catapawlooza is a tent-event celebrating cats. It takes place Sunday, August 29, 2010, outdoors on the grounds of OSPCA-Perth, 345 Douro St., Stratford. 10am to 4pm. For anyone thinking of adopting a cat, come on out and meet some of our wonderful cats and kittens! A bbq, 50-50 draw, vendors, face-painting and vets / vet techs are all on hand to answer your questions.
Dolphins Chase the Moon was the selected print, and he hopes it helps draw a big crowd. He also hopes that crowd will adopt some of the wonderful cats just waiting to turn houses into homes... not only in Stratford, but at Shelters around the country.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
We don't think his tail has stopped twitching since.
His artwork is suitable for all occasions, and can be viewed on so many levels.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
Titled, Wind in the Garden, we think it is inspired by the number of awards Sue won from her Horticultural Society's Spring Flower Show, combined with the amount of work she did (while Napster watched) in the garden here.
The movement of the wind sets the flowers and leaves into a delightful swirl of colour and life.
Worthy of its own award.
Limited edition prints are available by request.
I was so touched to receive such a lovely and original work of Napster's art. It will always bring very special memories of a visit to an amazing place and its amazing owner. Napster has a rare genius, as does his owner! I could have sold that painting ten times over just today -- but will settle for promoting the heck out of Napster cards. You have started yet another phenomena.
Love and best wishes always,
Thursday, July 8, 2010
He still has individual cards for sale. $3.00 each. ($4.00 at the Dwight Library, because all their cards sell for $4.00 and because the proceeds go to such good causes.)
There are a very limited number of 8X10 prints also available: $40/framed; $15 unframed, and let us just say that they look incredibly striking hanging on the wall. We have one in the entryway and everyone who walks through the door comments on it favourably. Napster Art is a great addition and talking point to your classroom, office, home or executive suite.
Proceeds from his art go to his current charity, A Wing and a Prayer Bird Rescue.
Art may be ordered through this blog, and we will ship direct (postage added) or you can drop by the Bondi office, where it is always on display.
And, we would simply like to add, if Napster Art does not bring a smile to your face and make you chuckle, you need more help than we can provide. Sit down somewhere cool, and try stroking a cat... it will do you a world of good.
Friday, July 2, 2010
Napster's friend Sharon helped him prepare the palate for this work.
He had considered titling it 'where's the tuna'... but let us not dwell on that. Dolphins it is, definitely, joyously, freely, dolphins.
Which is quite fitting. On a trip to the Clearwater Aquarium in Florida, Nancy met Nicholas, a rescue dolphin who also enjoys painting. Although none of Nicholas' works depict a cat...
While some people say they see a goose flying south -- which is fine with Mike, because he wages constant battle against the geese setting up housekeeping on our docks and lawns -- there is a rather elfin, Entwood feeling to the flow and action in the piece. The brush strokes -- again, a damp-tail technique -- flow as effortlessly as the dancer, creating visual poetry.
A wonderful sense of freedom, and lifting on wings permeates the image.
The vibrant colours add to the movement of the vision to create a memorable piece of art that will grace any wall.
This is the image Napster has chosen to donate to A Wing and Prayer along with his first cheque from his proceeds.