Catching Woozles

Letting lose the bears
Letting lose the bears

Tell me a Story

Show me a Story.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a picture book is full of enough story to satisfy any one, any child’s need to know what happens next, even one with no words.

page 12 copy

I’ve worked from life or photographic references all my life, so it is a tremendous challenge to “make stuff up.”  Actually, I’m getting the hang of it and it’s really a lot of fun. Catching Woozles is the home of my illustration projects. When I have something to say, it will appear on my blog page. When I have no new thoughts or projects, you can still come by and see what’s what.

I hope you’ll visit my other websites for Fine Art (Nothing Overlooked) and all things panda (The Panda Chronicles).

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2 thoughts on “Catching Woozles”

  1. Oh Anne, my little boy kitty, a chestnut oriental shorthair who will turn 14 on Feb 27, 2015, is named Raleigh Woozle Tarminuku. We gave him the first two names. And thought he would be called Woozle. But when he got off the plane with his former father, I knew that his secret little boy name was Woozle and his grownup name was Raleigh. The third name is his Maori name, from one of the breeders.

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    1. How fun! I’m sure you’ve heard me say it before, but whenever I want to describe someone, or need some ready made wisdom of the meaning of life, I always head off to The Hundred acre wood, to consult with my mentor, Winnie the Pooh. There are days I feel “Tiggerish” or Eeyore-like in the extreme, but the wonder and the wisdom of Pooh Bear has sustained me since i first opened that book, and thrilled at the illustrations, in glorious black and white.
      Thanks for joining me here at Catching Woozles! I’m slowly moving all my illustration work over here so that it’s separate from my fine art work. There is a close connection to The panda Chronicles, but I thought it deserved its own place in the universe.

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