Call it Murphy's Law. Yesterday I sat three paintings on a wide windowsill in the studio to catch the sun and hopefully speed up the drying process. Minutes later, I turned around to see Molly, my almost-18-year-old-cat sitting on them.
I have never seen Molly sitting on that windowsill. Why now? Three paintings have to be repainted and I have phthalo footprints across the studio floor, down the hall and on the toilet seat. Guess she was thirsty after all that work.
Hmmm - my project is "75 for $75". Molly is at least 75 in cat-years - so you can have her for $75. Any takers? It's probably going to take $75 in cleaning products to get rid of kitty footprints and perhaps a $275 vet bill if phthalo is toxic.
I already repainted the chicken's face before I thought to photograph it.