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Part Two of ‘Another Cats Show’ at 356 Mission in Los Angeles


Cynthia:  Hey Marcy! Quite a few of our lovely readers have asked for more pictures of ‘Another Cats Show’ at 356 Mission Art Gallery.

Marcy:  So you’re going to postpone my scathing fashion post about hair scrunchies and capitulate to the masses?

Cynthia:  Oh. I didn’t know you wrote a scathing fashion post about hair scrunchies.

Marcy:  Oh yeah. It’s epic.

Cynthia:  Oh. Okay. So in that case. Yes. I am going to capitulate to the masses and go with my cheerful post about cat art.

Marcy:  Fine. I need to add footnotes and a Table of Contents anyway. That could take another day or two.

Cynthia:  Great. So here are some more photos of the cat art at ‘Another Cats Show’.

There were over 300 works by 300 artists. Like I said previously, some of it was great, some of it was strange, and some of it was … not so good. But all in all it was a super duper fun experience. Here are some more pics.


Cat Toy Painting at ‘Another Cats Show’



Cynthia:  If you are a cat loving Los Angeleno, you have until September 14th to check out ‘Another Cats Show’ at 356 Mission in Boyle Heights! Admission is free.

Marcy:  And my hair scrunchie treatise is coming up soon.



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  • Reply Anonymous September 9, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    I LOVE the white cat on the red couch!!

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch September 10, 2014 at 5:56 am

      Me too! The colors are so striking!

  • Reply Liana September 9, 2014 at 10:02 pm

    Yay, more cat art! I liked the trompe l'oeil. Made me giggle out loud.

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch September 10, 2014 at 5:57 am

      Me too!! lol. I wish I would have gotten a better photo of it. It was so difficult with the glare of the glass.

  • Reply Anonymous September 9, 2014 at 11:56 pm

    The black cat looked like Penelope. Sylvester looked like himself.

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch September 10, 2014 at 5:58 am

      There were a lot of Penelopes there!

      too many penelopes

      there r never too many me's
      squeak,penelope kitten

  • Reply Merrie K. September 10, 2014 at 12:50 am

    Hey Marcy…I just bought a bag of hair scrunchies last night! And Mary loves them…(she thinks they are toys) 🙂 You should give them a chance, you might find them fun 🙂

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch September 10, 2014 at 6:00 am

      thank you, merrie. i will add an addendum to my hair scrunchie treatise and give mary full credit for this genius find. thank her for me please.

  • Reply GnomeLover September 10, 2014 at 3:50 am

    I am really glad you did a second post, because that burlap hanging piece is my favorite. I love the embroidery. So pretty. I really could have used a scrunchy today, because someone stopped by unexpectedly and it was day four of no hair washing. Tell Marcy sometimes even scrunchies are better than dirty hair. : )


    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch September 10, 2014 at 6:01 am

      i will come clean your hair for you. my kitty spit has excellent vitamins and minerals for hair and I wash it at least 5 times a day.

  • Reply Whimsical Preppy September 10, 2014 at 6:24 pm

    Some of that art is great and I would display them in my house. The black cat, the Siamese with the long tail. The body is all white but the shape looks Siamese. Poor Sylvester always seemed to lose to that annoying Tweetie bird.
    The one with the lady and the cat on her lap is good but looks too sad to me for some reason.
    By the way, after reading that article that you posted about Hello Kitty and then analyzing Hello Kitty items in Toys R Us, I am convinced that she is a cat. I don't know what the company is thinking, she looks like a cat to me.
    Thanks for sharing the art show pictures,

    • Reply MarcyVeryMuch September 11, 2014 at 2:19 am

      That is it! I am with you! Hello Kitty IS a cat!

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