Cat has great impact in history of art

My current work deals a lot with Continuous learning journey for adult particularly in art, ensuring the philosophical narrative  of the exhibition accessible to general public. It’s been a great pleasure to read through the curator’s thematic thesis and researching about the artists presented in the exhibition that I realised Cat has great impact in the history of Art!

Artist like Tsuguharu Foujita from early 20s who love to paint his model with cat.

Foujita self portrait with cat

Foujita self portrait with cat

Foujita – Girl in a field

Art book such as “The Book of the Cat” dated in 1903, by Mabel Humphrey and Elizabeth Fearne Bonsall, illustrated by Elizabeth Fearne Bonsall documented the earlier century cat in Arts, it’s interesting to see the subject matter focus more on cat. I was lucky to find the online copy of the book to read, it’s also a great book to share with the young ones, to appreciate cats. click here to read the book online. and also, link to rare books and special collections of children’s literature

The Book of the Cat

One of the pages from Book of the Cat

One of the pages from Book of the Cat


of course, there are cat incorporate to the old master’s work like Fat Cat Series, genius work!

how can u miss out Fat Cat Art

Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring and Ginger

I just love what I am doing now while connecting both my interests into one. Cat & Art do exist!



What have I been up to?

It’s been a busy month during the entire May, with my current work demand and thoughts on getting the work done. I start to forget what I used to truly enjoyed most, cat, sewing, photography and creativity input. I always find it amazing at all those outstanding creativity people, how they manage their time and their creativity output.

I stop to blog about cats when Charlie was missing, we have been searching him for quite a while till my sis convinced me that Charlie should be adopted by a kind soul… right till that I saw this cat whom resemble of Charlie, it strike me that I should not stop and I should continue for what I truly loved…



I went to search for my inspiration with cats and anything about cats and found this talented illustrator who is based in Singapore – he drew wonderful illustration with encouraging poems and heart warming sentences. I went to support his event with Asian Festive of Children’s Content and bought his set of postcards. Because of him, I also discovered this cool book store Grassroot Book Room (草根书室) and pick up this book titled Tabineko Report by Arikawa Hiro, it’s a book about a cat’s report of a wonderful world. with all the connection about cats – the creativity flow within the universe.



Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award

Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award



I was very flattered to receive the nomination from Creekviewcarol for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. Thank you for your kind words, motivation and the nomination! It such an honour to know that Carol enjoy my blog: Sewing and Cats by Serene Chng. I am such a newbie and visual person, I always tend lost in words and my train of thoughts are all over the place so I always use picture to speak more for me.

Thank you for such a great opportunity to discover more blogs around the world and motivate me to create more entry about cats!