Padgett Mason Paints Funky Feline Art & Pet Portraits with Personality | Outlaw Kritters Gifts & Jewelry for Dog, Cat & Animal lovers.
November 01, 2016

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Padgett Mason Paints Funky Feline Art & Pet Portraits with Personality

Padgett Mason with her pet portrait art and funky feline paintings


Love colorful funky feline art and pet portraits with lots of personality? Then you are going to love the illustrative, whimsical and sometimes humorous style of artist Padgett Mason. When she is not doing art shows, you can find Padgett painting away in San Diego, California which she calls home.

How do animals inspire your artwork?

Animals are so beautiful. I create many animals but cats are my favorite. Their sleek lines and dramatic personalities are a subject I love to capture.

White cat painting by Padgett Mason

How do you create your art?

I create nearly every day. My main medium is Acrylic, also do mixed media pieces including watercolor ink and collage.

Tell us about your pet?

I grew up in the country with goats, rabbits, horses, chickens, dogs and CATS! I am so thankful to have had my early years in that environment, experience the circle of life. We moved to the city when I was a teenager and have owned cats ever since. Currently I have 3 beautiful brown tabbies, all rescues.

 Day of the Dead cat painting by Padgett Mason
How long have you been creating art?

I have been obsessed with drawing and painting since I was little. My Mom has a horse I drew when I was seven, framed in her house to this day. Professionally I have been creating for about 18 years.

What is your favorite piece of artwork you’ve created?

I don’t have a favorite that stands out. I usually am in love with my newest pieces, it’s tough sometimes to have a piece sell when it is still a newbie to me, I like to live with them for a bit before they find their home.

Dog portrait by animal painter Padgett Mason

If you could be any animal, what would it be?

I would be a domestic cat. They have a life of luxury and pampering if they are in a good home.

What charities or animal welfare groups are you involved with?

My go to charity is the Feral Cat Coalition. They spay and neuter feral cats to stop population growth and increase their quality of life. There is a colony of feral cats at Spanish Village-Balboa Park, where I display and sell my work in 2 studios. That colony has been fixed and one of the artist feeds them and that group of kitties thrive.

 gallery of pet portraits and animal art by Padgett Mason

You can find Padgett online at the following locations:

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Monica C. Webster
Monica C. Webster

November 09, 2016

I can relate to the “creating art from a very young age” situation. My earliest drawing (at least, insofar as I can remember) is a daisy from when I was three-and-a-half, that is, yes, still framed and in my parents’ main bathroom, as it has been for years. Isn’t it wonderful that we had that early encouragement/ support.

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