Okay, so I know I’m beyond late with a Hallowe’en art post when we’re now so close to Christmas. The wedding (which will have its own post very soon) in October pretty much meant that I had no head space or time for anything else, and I only feel like now I can think about anything else!
Recently, I came across the darling creation of Ash Evans; Fortuna the Cat. I seem to be big on black cat art at the moment which fits so well with my love of Hallowe’en in general.
I always get so nostalgic in autumn and around Hallowe’en especially. I always disappear into my childhood memories of reading The Worst Witch books and making Hallowe’en costumes and masks. It might seem silly to some, but I just love pumpkins and bats and witches on broomsticks and haunted houses.
I stumbled accidentally upon the art of Jeremiah Morelli and immediately fell in love with his evocative Hallowe’en paintings.
Black cats have a special place in my heart and I love my own darling boy, Aragorn. I love the wonderfully playful images of Fortuna the Cat. That hat!
Jeremiah Morelli’s black cats remind me of my Aragorn which is why I think I fell in love with this picture:
Perhaps I might get round to some Christmas themed art and actually do the post at the right sort of time!