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Oil pastels, colored pencils and silver sharpie on Canson paper. 11.5 × 14 inches approx.

The story of the hare in the moon is an almost universal legend found in various forms throughout many cultures. The hare symbolizes sacrifice and rebirth.

One example of the hare in the moon story is this animal fable from the well known Jataka Tales of India. Click here to read it

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hare, moon, folktale, myth, cubism, rabbit, bunny, animal, abstract

Having a great love animals, fairytales, and world mythology, Pennsylvania artist Lynnette Shelley fuses these influences into her strikingly unique illustrations. Her artwork strikes a primal chord in many viewers, with almost Jungian associations to the colors and shapes. Her artworks have been likened to images from an undiscovered ancient civilization or culture.

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  • eoconnor
    eoconnorover 4 years ago

    love this twisted little moon hare !LIZ

  • Hanneke Jonkman
    Hanneke Jonkmanover 4 years ago

    Great work Lynette, beautiful contrast of the purple surrounding of the image!

  • Thanks Hanneke

    – Lynnette Shelley

  • BGlatzeder
    BGlatzederover 4 years ago

    love the colours and the cubist feel :-)

  • Kit Scott
    Kit Scottover 4 years ago

    This is lovely.

  • Tammera
    Tammeraover 4 years ago

    LOVIN IT
    FAVE

  • © Janis Zroback
    © Janis Zrobackover 4 years ago


    Congratulations..you have been featured in the First Things Group

  • thanks Janis!

    – Lynnette Shelley

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 4 years ago

    Love the colors and the design of this.

  • Alexandra Felgate
    Alexandra Felgateover 4 years ago

    WOW….Love it!!! Gorgeous colours!

  • Glad you like Alexandra

    – Lynnette Shelley

  • BenPotter
    BenPotterover 4 years ago

    Hey Lynnette I love cubism and this is truly an incredible monument to that style….well done!
    ~ben

  • thanks Ben! the rabbit sort of became cubist by accident. I wasn’t planning to do that but I just felt like the right thing to do when I was working on it.

    – Lynnette Shelley

  • rudimilo
    rudimiloover 4 years ago

    Beautiful! I love all your works!

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