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Kevin and Bobcat by George I Perez
Julius by George I Perez
Leo by George I Perez
Amur by George I Perez
Tigers Rule by George I Perez
On The Sabbath by George I Perez
A Cat for J. B. Hofner_ Emilie by George I Perez
A Cat for Picasso_ Chat et Souris by George I Perez
A Cat for Gauguin_ A Tahitian Feline by George I Perez
A cat for Rembrandt_ Aristotle Caresses Calliope by George I Perez
Mari_ To my friend from Sunnyvale by George I Perez
A Cat for Edvard Munch_ Annie Passing Through by George I Perez
Emilie in Monochrome by George I Perez
A Cat for Matisse_ Large Reclining Kitty by George I Perez
A Cat for Van Gogh_ The Chair and the Cat by George I Perez
Ay Chihuahua by George I Perez
Dark Forest by George I Perez
My Pet Shark by George I Perez
Hola Senorita by George I Perez
Return of the Whale by George I Perez
Lulu by George I Perez
Hello Sunnyvale Friend_ New for you by George I Perez
Mayan Rooster by George I Perez
The Poaching Stops Now by George I Perez
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About George I Perez
Art is one of my passions. At the age of six, when my parents noticed that I was always drawing animals and cartoons on little pieces of paper, they gave me a box of colored pencils and a pad of drawing paper. I continued working with pencils and charcoal until Middle School, when my art teacher commended me for my fine detail work, and suggested that I try working with oils. I was a bit hesitant at first, but decided to give it a shot and asked mom if she would give me a small oil-painting set. Today I work in multiple media including oils, acrylics, watercolors, pen and ink, pastels, and once in a while, I still pick up my trusty old color pencils. I am really a self-taught artist, never going much past High School art classes, except for a commercial art course I took in College.
Every Summer, Bellingham holds the Chalk Art Festival. Participants are assigned a six by six foot section of sidewalk to create their work and the project must be completed within 3 hours. Twice I have participated in this contest and both times my work was featured on the front page of the Bellingham Herald. This is a cool competition; it was challenging and I enjoyed the whole thing very much--the chalk, the side walk, the sore knees--hee hee!