Saturday, April 14, 2018

LIFE AS A RABBIT ARTIST


MY LIFE
I thought I would share a little bit about my riveting life as a rabbit artist.
So, join me as I part the veil and allow you a very personal look into my life as a rabbit artist.

I draw rabbits.

That's pretty much it.
MY HOMELAND
Often, my travels through life seem confusing. There is no roadmap for this thing called life.
Although I am the common denominator to all things involving, well, me – couldn't it be possible that at least some of the fog has to do with my environment?
Actual street signs in Toledo, Ohio

ART DEGREES
Are they really necessary to succeed?
I would have to say a resounding, “YES!”
(I have to say it because I have art degrees)
From Art School Confidential by Daniel Clowes
*See panel #2.

For more of Daniel Clowes:
More Daniel Clowes


THE CRITICS
There are always critics.
ALWAYS.

By Sara Zimmerman

See all of her prolific work:
TEAM ZIMMERMAN

THE FANS
The best part of being a rabbit artist, besides the rabbits, are the fans!
I receive photos of rabbits, my art on their walls, rabbits, fan art, rabbits
and
rabbits!
Penny: Irish Rabbit Woman
This adorable portrait was sent to me by a young man named, "Ian".
I stare at it. A LOT.



Behold some creative fans' use of postcards!
Not that *I* have never thought to do this, mind you --
(I didn't).

As always,
I love hearing from all of you!
[Pro Tip: There is a CONTACT tab ^up there]
I try to answer all correspondences. Please be patient, however.
I get swamped. If you don't hear back - write again!
It isn't you. It's me.


THE REALITY

Imagine that tiger being a rabbit.


I WOULDN'T CHANGE A THING


IN THE END


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