Sort of Bunnies

These tiles depict the sort-of-bunny you might see sort of anywhere, if you sort of look hard and maybe sort of cross your eyes.

Just saying.

Tiles done in low-fire clay, fired at cone 06, colored with Velvet underglazes,  approximately 4″ x 4″, January, 2019.

14 thoughts on “Sort of Bunnies

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      OMG, that is perfect. We do not have that many rabbits here, as they get eaten pretty quickly by the hawks, foxes, and even coyotes (as a local park ranger told me).

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I had this post already lined up for today of course not knowing about your zombie bunnies, but when it came up, I thought, timing couldn’t be better. I think these guys are distant cousins of your bunnies.

      1. Laura (PA Pict)

        I actually doodle bunnies all of the time, They crop up on post-it notes around the house and at the bottom of shopping lists. My husband actually reminded me the other day that I used to draw wee bunnies on phone message notes I left for the other residents when we were in student accommodation as 18 year olds so I have a loooooooong history of doodling bunnies.

        1. Claudia McGill Post author

          Well, I think you have just defined something important. Unusual, a little, maybe, but on the other hand, you are unusual, and I mean that in the best way, the kind that implies rarity and high value. Just saying. I’m torn between cat and bird and tree for mine. Hmmm. PS yes, I realize a tree is not an animal, but after a couple of books I’ve read recently, they are pretty sentient, if you ask me.

        2. Laura (PA Pict)

          I completely associate you with trees – and not just because you paint them a lot either. It’s that you are so tuned into nature’s cycles and then there is the idea of being rooted while stretching and growing and sending out new exploratory shoots. Maybe you are a tree with a bird in its branches and a cat curled up in its roots.

        3. Claudia McGill Post author

          I think this is the nicest picture of myself that anyone has ever described. You’ve made my day. I love it. Thank you, and I’m smiling.

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