Sunday, February 28, 2010

Happy Birthday.......

To TDIPT!! The online market, To Dwell in Primitive Thymes is celebrating it's 3rd birthday.
Please click on the banner and visit the blog to sign up for the giveaway!

(on Early Work Mercantile, just click photo to view)

And Happy Birthday to the 19th century English illustrator, Sir John Tenniel. Sir John is most remembered for his illustrations that brought the characters of Lewis Carroll's book, "The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland" to life. In honor of his birthday, I've drawn my own interpretation of his White Rabbit. This little fellow is the one that started the "adventures" for Alice as she followed him down the rabbit hole!

For updates this month, it seems I was on a "multiplying bunny" kick. I've painted two "early-style" bunnies in silhouette and a running rabbit in sepia for the update on TDIPT.
And I'm offering the white rabbit illustration as well as a set of painted cabinet cards and photo holder on Early Work Mercantile:

Just click on the photos to view:

(on TDIPT, just click the photo)

(on TDIPT, just click photo)

(on Early Work Mercantile, just click photo)

Thanks for peeking! And don't forget to sign up for the giveaway!


June said...

Suzanne your artwork is just amazing. I adore the bunny art you've been creating of late. I have never seen a bunny that I didn't love.
Happy 3rd birthday!

June said...

It was great to go over to TDIPT and read the interview with you. It has been great getting to know more about you and your life over in Boise. You have a very busy life with the boys and their schooling and still find time to make wonderful art. You inspire me.

Christine LeFever said...

Here comes Peter Cotton Tail, hopping down the bunny trail, hippety hoppety Easter's on its way...

I love your beautiful bunnies!


Ruth Welter said...

Suzanne, it is easy to see why you are on a bunny paint them so your little bunnies. Keep up the beautiful work.


Jacquelynne said...

Is it just a coincidence that the new Alice in Wonderland movie with Johnny Depp opened this weekend?
Love all your bunnies (I do have a "soft" spot in my heart for bunnies....)

Barbara Shores said...

Hi Suzanne (spelled just like my little sister's), I love your silhouettes ... And your Bunnies are classic ... I love them.

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