Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Bunnies, Bunnies Everywhere Bunnies

I had just finished this painting and was about to hang this in a local shop when a lady bought it.
I t made my day!
It measures 17 by 17 and I must say the rascally bunny really was acting up about having to 
pose for such a  long time. Actually this was my second one as the first one was ruined.
The ink pen I used in the first one said permanent ink.....it wasn't. Believe me after days of 
work I was very upset to say the least.
I had to rest before my second attempt.
 I must say I have a "thing" for rabbits. They reside everywhere in and outside
of my home.
Well I could go on but this is just a sampling of the little critters that 
live here.
Hope your day is filled with sunshine and a bunny or two!


Primroses Attic said...

I am not surprised it sold it is beautiful. You are so talented.
I love all your bunnies.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Such a sweet picture - and how awful that the pen ruined it. So sorry bunny has to pose for so long - I suppose that a carrot to nibble would be good just about now. Happy week to you!!!

Naturegrl (Diana) said...

I love that painting, Sharon! How fun that someone bought it before you could even hang it up in the shop. So sorry you had to do it twice. I think it would have taken the wind out of my sails to do another if the first one was ruined. Love your stuffed "headache" bunny, too! Bunnies around our place tend to have short lives due to weasels, but the snowshoe hares tend to do a little better.

Pondside said...

I completely understand why that sweet painting was snapped up before it had left your hands! Well done!

Createology said...

Rascally Rabbit is adorable and it is easy to see why someone would buy it from you. Sad about the not-so-permanent pen. I adore your rabbit collection and have several friends who also collect them. Last summer we had a pair of big (jackalopes) rabbits who would come each day to graze on our green lawn. I put some carrot strips and lettuce leaves out to see what they would do. Of course they came when I wasn't looking and guess what...did not touch the carrot strips! Ate the lettuce but left the carrots! Surprised me! Happy Hopping Down the Bunnny Trail...

Celia Blanco said...

Beautiful work!It is terrible you had to re do it but wonderful you sold it! I love your collection of bunnies!

Snap said...

Wonderful painting. I would have bought it, too! Love your bunnies.

Judy S. said...

Love your bunnies! Happy first day of Spring, Sharon.

baukje said...

How cute they are all those bunnies, in my house there is only one knitted one his name is Karel. I hope you are well Sharon

Deborah Nolan said...

Oh my Sharon- just a superb work. I sure understand how this was sold right off. Love it. Your bunny collection was so nice to see too. Don't know how I almost missed this post. So glad I did not. Hope you are having a fine start to the month of April. Hugs!