Join Mildred as she explores art that makes her happy, hungry, and even introspective. With so many inspirations, can she find a way to become an artist herself?
'Working at the Tate Modern, each morning I’d be greeted by the sight of Mildred, either lying splayed out in the middle of the staff reception or perching on someone’s moped in the car park. When the gallery closed during the 2020 lockdown, I began to imagine Mildred roaming around the vast rooms, richly populated with a diverse array of artworks. I started drawing famous artworks reimagined through the eyes of a cat, and this made me think of how we often experience art in a very personal way. I wanted to emphasise that anyone can be creative, and art is for everyone!' - Jono Ganz, author and illustrator.
With timeless appeal, Mildred's adventures are sure to delight young readers, and black and white cat fans of all ages.
Jono Ganz is a former Tate Shop employee, who now draws and writes in his home in London, which he shares with his partner, cat and a 19th century weaving loom. He likes folklore, wonky shapes and the music of ABBA.
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