Hares Blossom - who me?!
We see telltale signs of hares on our land, but so rarely actually see one. Of course they like to come out at night, or in the early hours, when weíre fast asleep. But sometimes, just sometimes, I catch a glimpse of an inquisitive face, or those wonderful long ears above the grassline, and I know keeping it wild is good.
This art piece has been created using layers upon layers. An upcycled and felted wool blanket is the base for a watercolour painting of the almond blossom, sparkling with sequins of blossom in the early morning sunlght. When the wind blows the petals off the trees it piles up on the ground below looking like antique lace. A shy hare painted onto tea bag paper pops his head above the lace and squeaks - who me?
While it's touring this artwork isn't for sale, maybe Iíll put it up for auction or make it available to buy at a later date. As a subscriber youíll be the first to hear if and when this happens.
Until then, as a special for subscribers only, you get to put a reserve on it. Simply email me on the link below and I'll add you to the list.
Thereís no pressure to buy, it just means youíve told me youíre interested so you get an option to buy. The higher you are on the list the more likely you are to win the option, so donít leave it too long if you really like it!
Mixed Media on Fabric