Hare today, gone tomorrow ...

Hare today, gone tomorrow ...

Must say I think they look rather ungainly animals but your portrait shows another dimension. Love the way you have painted the fur and her eye gives the painting a warm glow Linda.

Just lovely, Linda. Not evil at all. Love your title too. This would make a brilliant card for people who love creatures.

Thank you Carole and Sandra for your much valued comments, glad you like the title Sandra, a bit tongue in cheek as they seem to vanish of the page so quickly 😁

Nice medium to work with on subjects like this, and a super result Linda.

Thank you Alan, really appreciate your comments 😀

You have given him a slightly superior and sinister look Linda! But the drawing/painting is lovely! Nice one.

Thank you Tessa 😀

Great detail and colour mixes for this hare, nice pen and ink work too Linda!

Thank you for your comments Angela 😀

There is something about these animals that is so popular with artists. Your hate looks very magestic. I like the colours in the fur

He looks brilliant Linda, such a good variety of colours in his fur and he has that haughty expression as if he's saying "who you looking at?"

Very regal looking hare Linda, lovely textures.

I did post a comment but somehow not appeared. Anyway, really like what you've done here.

Thank you Diana, Margaret, Carole and Heather for your comments and taking the time to look 😘

Thank you Glynnis and Dorothy, I really appreciate your kind comments 😀

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Always said I would never paint a Hare, not my favourite mammal, they seem to have an evil look, but I gave in so this will probably be the one and only. Mixed media, watercolour, inktense pencils and black and white pen on Daler Rowney watercolour paper. 10 X 8

About the Artist
Linda Drury

I was born in North Yorkshire and attended The Middlesbrough College of Art at the age of 15 studying fashion drawing and design. I have always loved painting and drawing, mostly watercolours but more recently working in mixed media. I am now in my 70s and living in North Nottingham where I still…

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