For as long as I can remember I've had a selection of Siamese cat calendars on the walls in my house. There's always one in my office, and one in my kitchen, and, sometimes, even in other rooms too.
There's something truly wonderful about the artwork of Suzanne Le Good, AmyLyn Bihrle and other artists who make their art available, very inexpensively, through their beautiful calendars each year.
Everyone has room for a Siamese cat calendar or two in their house! Don't they? Our selection below includes some wonderful images from creative artists, photographers and water-colorists. So let's get started!
Below, you'll find some of the Siamese cat calendars I love. They're all different, but equally joyous. They provide oodles of color and fun throughout the year as well as great excitement when you turn over a new page at the start of the month and discover what images the next few weeks will bring!
I've bought one of Suzanne Le Good's calendars every year for more years than I care to remember - one of the treats of the winter is opening up a new one. It's something to look forward to in the cold, dark days - if, that is, you can prevent yourself from opening it until January 1st!
You can see the cover artwork in our first image above. Below, you'll find a selection of some of the interior monthly pages.
Suzanne's calendars never disappoint and I can't bear to throw the old ones out so I now have quite a collection! (At some stage I'm going to re-purpose them and make a collage of all the wonderful cats.)
Suzanne makes a point of including new artwork every year so the designs are always fresh, and if you have enough patience not to look at any of the pages before turning over to the new month, they're always a lovely surprise and delight.
Her artwork mixes whimsy with realism, style with wonderful use of color, and they're always very decorative. A real joy, as you can see from the tantalizing glimpses of 2023's images.
You can find Suzanne's calendars in her Etsy shop, Suzanne's Gallery.
While you're there, I highly recommend browsing through some of her other work, as her store is a treasure trove for every Siamese cat lover.
I always treat myself to the calendar in the run-up to the festive season and, as part of my preparations, usually buy a selection of her Christmas cards, and one or two little Christmas gifts as well.
I love watercolor art and this Siamese cat watercolor calendar, with its collection of twelve beautiful watercolor paintings of Siamese cats, doesn't disappoint.
A compendium of sleeping, crouching, hunting, sun-basking, pensive adult cats, along with some extra-cute kittens, all portrayed in soft colors and beautiful detail.
On sale from print-on-demand merchant Zazzle, the quality is excellent and the calendar comes in a range of sizes. Weeks start on a Sunday.
Further details can be found here.
For our final selection we turn to the wonderful world of AmyLyn Bihrle! If you're a regular reader of our newsletter, Meezer Musings, you'll know that AmyLyn Bihrle's beautiful artwork often helps to illustrate them.
What you may not know is that AmyLyn also produces two separate annual calendars. Below you'll find the covers of both, with links to AmyLyn's Zazzle store, where you can find further details of each of them.
A range of all of AmyLyn's artwork, including her beautiful big-blue-eyed Siamese cats can be found in her Etsy shop, and when I first contacted her to ask her for permission to feature her work she told me that she also produced calendars, which are available on Zazzle.
As you can see from July's page, below, every month includes a seasonally-appropriate picture of one of AmyLyn's adorable cats. Weeks start on a Sunday, and these calendars are available in a variety of sizes.
AmyLyn's Siamese cat calendars can be found in her Zazzle store, where you can see further examples of each month's artwork (click the little thumbnail images below the main image).
What's not to love?
I hope you've enjoyed reading about the lovely Siamese cat calendars available for 2023, and that you might even be inspired to buy one. In doing so, you'll be using your love of Siamese cats to help both the cats and the creative artists, all of whom will very much appreciate your support.
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