Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow by Sami Thorpe

Copied from an image taken by & Wild Life& / This sprightly character was drawn on medium surface cartridge paper using a mixture of – pencils. He took just over 25 hours from start to finish and is a particular favourite of mine.

The myth of the Moon Gazing Hare reflects ancient beliefs. Pagans believed that seeing a moon gazing hare would bring growth, re-birth, abundance, new-beginnings and good fortune. The hare is known to be sacred to the goddess Eostre and eventually became known as the Easter bunny.

The myth of the Moon Gazing Hare reflects ancient beliefs. Pagans believed that seeing a moon gazing hare would bring growth, re-birth, abundance, new-beginnings and good fortune. The hare is known to be sacred to the goddess Eostre.

hare pattern

This says it's a rabbit embroidery pattern but it looks more like a hare to me. Look at the long pricked up ears and long legs.

rabbit

A blue rabbit that welcomes spring & Easter. Great holiday Inspiration for DIY paper craft, card, tag, scrapbook or decoration.

Tanya Brett, sculpture

(Tanya Brett-rabbits-xx tracy porter) /// This reminds me of Redwall, Salamandastron, and the fighting hares.

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