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Friday, March 16, 2012

Shades of gray

There are many shades of gray around interpreting behavior but absconding with the Easter bunny? We will have to wait and see where the next rabbit adventure goes.....
1 & 2 of the bunny series, where will it end?

15 comments:

Jenn said...

Your watercolors are stunning!!! Absolutely beautiful! I love this scenario you've painted...so precious...through your painting I can actually feel what it must be like to hold that soft little fellow while playing barefoot in the grass!!

Hybrid J said...

The lightness of watercolor goes well with the subject. Wonderful to look at!

Roland Prinsler said...

Great colours. I like the bunny's fur. Nice illustration!

Anne said...

Absolutely, strikingly good! Pretty colors and wonderful innocense! <3

Tricia said...

Oh, wow! This is soooo beautiful! I'm just starting to try out watercolors and it is so fun. You are really talented!
Blessings,
Tricia

EVA said...

Two incredible cuties together on a swing! Such a very sweet painting.

Linda R said...

WOW!! This is breathtaking. I would love to learn to paint like this!!

Happy PPF!!

Mary C. Nasser said...

Beautiful, beautiful painting.
You really captured the tender love between a child and her pet.
♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

Cindy D. said...

So sweet and lovely soft colors. Adorable!

Annabelle said...

Many shades of grey??? I see color and so beautifully rendered in this bunny work.y You captured and conveyed the love between the child and her pet.
Lovely work Catharine.

Annabelle : )

Colleen said...

Beautiful!

Jen @Sadie Inspired said...

What a sweet, sweet painting. Absolutely adorable.

Rabbit Town Animator said...

Very pretty!

Creations By Mit said...

Beautiful use of color! The rabbit is rendered particularly well. Nicely done!

Shirley said...

This is simply gorgeous!!