Tag Archives: Rabbits
I hope you are enjoying your summer! With the warm temperatures and cooling nights, my summer is very enjoyable. Much art activity has gone on during the past three months. Three times now, the gypsy cart of art has made … Continue reading
This drawing reminds me of one of my favorite games as a child. Peek-a-boo! I would peer quickly around a door jamb to see if anyone noticed, and quickly tuck back, just in case they did! And then repeated the … Continue reading
Out of a desire to work with more patterns and values in the background this image came about. It reminds me of walks in my Gramma Woodward’s woods in Northwest Ohio, where we would trek looking for morels. The spongey … Continue reading
When spring is in the air, I think the animals are as enthralled about its arrival as we are. I’ve seen some roll happily from side to side, enjoying the feel of the warm earth against their bodies, a reconnection … Continue reading
A little reach is all it takes to touch to what we want. Without that touch life remains the same; action is required.
Just waiting to come out from cover, this rabbit’s fur I envision with many brown tones and a white tail.
When drawing the rabbits, I try to imagine where they would be. This one gazes thoughtfully up to leaves, pondering their “munchiness”!
It’s a Supermoon night! Leaping high above the waving grasses, this rabbit glides in front of the Supermoon!
Well! Now we see who actually found the carrot patch! Is it wrong to have a little snackeral? It is only one carrot afterall … at least this time.
Sometimes we require a place and time to sit and ponder. This little one seems to have found that, unless he just rolled off the log!