Why Cats Paint: A Theory Of Feline Aesthetics by Heather BuschWhy Cats Paint: A Theory Of Feline Aesthetics by Heather Busch

Why Cats Paint: A Theory Of Feline Aesthetics

byHeather Busch, Burton Silver

Paperback | May 1, 1994

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An unprecedented photographic record of cat creativity that will intrigue cat lovers and art lovers alike.
BURTON SILVER is a cartoonist, inventor, and author of more than a dozen books, including the best-selling WHY CATS PAINT. Silver studied psychology and sociology at Victoria University. He lives in Wellington, New Zealand.HEATHER BUSCH has been a visual artist for nearly 30 years and is drawn to perceptions and paradigms that expand a...
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Title:Why Cats Paint: A Theory Of Feline AestheticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 10.9 × 9.6 × 0.3 inPublished:May 1, 1994Publisher:Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale

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ISBN - 10:0898156122

ISBN - 13:9780898156126

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from So cute!!!!!!! This is one of the cutest books I've read! The "artists" are very talented and I "admire" their work! I never knew there was such a thing as cats painting, but this book proved me wrong! If you're a cat lover like myself, this book is for you! You'll fall in love with cats all over again!
Date published: 2001-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cats DO paint! This book is both interesting and hilarious. It describes the different art techniques and illustrates them using cats. The photography is superb and the text is both educational and interesting. My copy got damaged and I am so glad to be able to replace it. A great gift for any cat owner/artist. Any cat owner will know that it is true...cats DO paint!
Date published: 1999-08-09

From Our Editors

Should the marks a cat makes be treated as art, or are they simply forms of territorial behavior? This photographic record of cat creativity will intrigue catlovers and art-lovers alike, as it deciphers many heretofore unexplained aspects of cat behavior which can be found in the familiar context of art

Editorial Reviews

The National Examiner featured “Pussycat Picassos” claiming that “feline paintings will make you paws” and calling the book “captivating.”