Cute drawing of Birdpaw with a butterfly. Pose practice!
Birdpaw’s Toyhouse // https://toyhou.se/9943404.birdpaw
Part 3/? of my animal + dessert sticker theme for my upcoming sticker shop!
Aren’t oranges delicious? This little friend loves them! 🍊 Available on my RedBubble shop
Newest commission completed!
CAT PEARL CAT ROSE QUARTZ CAT PEARL CAT ROSE QUARTZ CAT—
anyway. pearls eyes need work n i was just having funw these designs
Hey Yall ♥️ I decided I’d offer taking commissions for pet drawings (with people addition if you like)
35€ for a basic drawing like above.
+5€ for every additional person
+ 10€ for every additional pet (cat,dog, you name it)
DM me ♥️ payment over PayPal.
I give you.. cat
Been hyper fixating on gift art the past few days!
One of our clever kittens, Perow 🐾 He’s learning our invented language “Kittenish” along with the other cats at Popplewell Hall!
It has been a while since we have done a #Caturday post. To remedy this we present Voici Henri! (“Here is Henry”), a charming children’s book written entirely in French by Edith Vacheron and Virginia Kahl, and published in New York by Scribner in 1959. The book is a part of our Historical Curriculum Collection and it chronicles the adventures of a little French boy and his cat where they buy a fish, find an umbrella, and learn what day of the week it is.
Both authors of Voici Henri! are from Milwaukee! Edith Vacheron earned two graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in French Language and Library Science. Edith was a faculty member of the French department at University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire (UWEC) for many years. Virginia Kahl got an art degree from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI, and received a Master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Virginia wrote or contributed to 16 books in the 1950s, her best known book is The Duchess Bakes a Cake. She worked as a librarian and teacher throughout her life. Including as a librarian with the Army special services section posted in Berlin and Salzburg, Austria in 1948. She moved to Washington D.C. in 1968 and worked at George Washington University continuing education program for women and as a branch librarian in Alexandria.
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–Sarah, Special Collections Graduate Intern