Hibernating Dormouse and Acorn by dosankodebbie

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Hibernating dormouse. (Isn’t he a cutie?) The quote is from the last stanza of Winter Sleep, a poem by Elinor Wylie (1885 -1928).
Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines simple images with words, usually using sumi ink and water-soluble paints applied by natural fiber brushes to washi postcards. Featured in Fantastic Mixed Art.
This image is included in my ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL calendar: LINK TO CALENDAR HERE

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etegami, autumn, winter, hibernation, dormouse, acorn, nest, sleep, brown, den, poetry, elinor wylie, rodent, forest, woods

I am a professional Japanese-to-English translator and an Etegami artist. Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines thoughtful words with simple images painted on washi paper.

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Comments

  • Maree Cardinale
    Maree Cardinalealmost 3 years ago

    awww I love this! :)

  • Thanks. So sweet of you to say so. : )

    – dosankodebbie

  • Maree Cardinale
    Maree Cardinalealmost 3 years ago


    October 1st, 2011

  • Thank you!!

    – dosankodebbie

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesalmost 3 years ago

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinalmost 3 years ago

    Cute as a bug, Debbie!!!! Love this and perfect w/ her poem ;0))

  • Thank you, Sally!

    – dosankodebbie

  • dosankodebbie
    dosankodebbiealmost 3 years ago

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