A truism about rabbits is their ability to reproduce with rapidity. There’s never just one in my neighborhood; there’s a plethora of them bounding about in the spring. So I wanted a multiplicity of rabbit prints for this new addition to my Flora and Fauna series.
This side image highlights the workings of the jaw and those big rabbity teeth. You can also see the underlying structure for the twitchy nose.
I like the way the tight circular stitching both highlights and grounds the imagery.
If you take a look at some of the other works in this series, like Skunk and Garlic Mustard:
|Skunk and Garlic Mustard|
|Squirrel and Locust|
|Deer and Mayapple|
As always, thanks for reading and commenting.