A New KittyScape: Midnight Cruise on Lake Eola


20″ by 20″ by 1.5″  acrylic on canvas/ gallery wrapped

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You wouldn’t expect kitties to hang out at Lake Eola in Orlando or at any other lake.  Too risky as cats do not like to get wet. These two brave ones are bold enough to take the swan boat for a midnight  cruise about the fountain.

This whimsical night scene is 20″ by 20″. Tomorrow, stop by to see another version of the fountain. Tomorrow’s painting is smaller… 8″ by 8″ and the title is Diving Practice.

Have a great day.

About loubelcher

I'm a freelance artist and writer. I enjoy anything whimsical and my art and writing generally concentrate on the lighter side of life.
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14 Responses to A New KittyScape: Midnight Cruise on Lake Eola

  1. Marg says:

    Oh goodness, those are some mighty brave cats to ride around in that water. Great Painting.

  2. We see them and brave kitties they are too. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. I absolutely LOVE the colors in that painting!

  4. Frankie and Ernie says:

    Our mom says that it sort of reminds her of the DUCKS that swim IN the fountain at the Peabody Hotel… in Memphis, TN…

  5. loubelcher says:

    One time HH went in one of those swan boats with her brother and as they were crossing Lake Eola she noticed people pointing at them. When she turned around, ducks were following the swan boat in formation as if the swan was their mommy…. Cute…huh?

    hugs, Knuckles

  6. mariodacat says:

    Great painting. We’re still in light winter mode here, so that is a pleasant picture to look at and dream about.,

  7. cecilia07 says:

    Oh we spied the kitties too. Very lovely and romantic picture
    Hugs madi and mom your bfff

  8. Sparkle says:

    Ooooo, that is very dreamy!

  9. Cool! We like the fountain!

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