The Society of Feline Artists

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with thanks to targut on flickr for the ginger cat photo

The Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A) was founded in September 1994. The specific aims are to promote the work of the best cat artists, whether established or unknown.

The society has had an annual exhibition of cat paintings in London for several years, featuring over 60 artists, some of whom exhibit internationally and showing more than 200 paintings in a range of media, making it the largest exhibition of cat art in the country.

Subjects range from the humble moggy and the friendly domestic tabby to the more exotic breeds like Siamese, Burmese and Bengals and of course the big cats. From the nobility and drama of the wild cat to the playful kitten – all are painted with the mastery of artists who know and understand their subject.

Exhibitions in 2019

We are really pleased to announce That S.O.F.A .will have two exhibitions this year.

sofa spring show 3up 01The Spring Show

1st – 31st May 2019
After a successful launch of our online gallery last year we are holding a Spring Exhibition.  The Spring Show will open in the S.O.F.A. Online Gallery . The exhibition is on now and will for a month, closing on the 31st of May. Work will be on show from society members from the UK and around the world.

The S.O.F.A. London Exhibition 2019

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After all the hard work fundraising last year we have Cat Art In The Capital once again! Our London show will be a joint 12 day exhibition with Charlfred Fine Art.

Called ‘A Natural Collaboration’: A Celebration of Fine Art by Charlfred Fine Art & Society of Feline Artists, the show will be held in The Royal Opera Arcade Gallery in Pall Mall from Monday the 9th to Fri 20th September 2019 with the Private View on Tues 10th September. If you’d like an invite to the private view join our mailing list.

DavidGrantOur Patron

An interview with our patron David Grant.
The society’s patron David Grant talks about his work and his travels to China to teach courses in small animal dermatology.

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