Colorado’s Jane Priser has a thing for cats, Cosmic Cats in polymer. Swirling colors flow and vibrate around painted glass cabochon eyes on these 12″ tall sculptures. Jane calls her works visionary and fantasy art produced by letting her imagination take her wherever it wants.

“I like to work at night when everyone and everything is sleeping and dreaming, except for the nocturnal, like me. I love creating something that can enjoyed and hopefully touch a healing spark within,” she explains. See more of Jane’s aliens and spirits on her Etsy page and on Flickr.

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  • reply pati bannister ,

    Love love love these cats!

  • reply carissa ,

    Dear Jane, you must have been a cat in a previous life and you manage to speak cat quite well in this one. Well done!

  • reply Jane Priser ,

    Oh, Cynthia! Thank you SO very much for featuring my Cosmic Cat Sculpture made of polymer clay! I appreciate this so very very much and I am thrilled!!! Jane

    • reply Sherry Bailey ,

      It’s the Cheshire Cat from Alice!!!

    • reply Lynn Lunger ,

      Wow! Quite impressive. Such a unique and fantastic way of working with polymer! Beautiful!

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