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Betty and Maude exchange ailments (version 2 by Margaret Sanderson

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I said I needed to add something more, and here it is. Version one, before the caption and tyre marks is here No bunnies were hurt in any way during the making of this image. Acrylic paint and Faber Castell pencils on canvas-textured acrylic paper 300gsm, 16 x12 inches. White text added with GIMP.

I’m a self-taught artist from the North of England and I like to inject a bit of humour wherever possible, whether it’s in my writing (see my poems), or my artwork.
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    BLYTHARTover 4 years ago

    Everyone needs a good sense of humour and yours is certainly working well – a delightful painting.

  • Thanks Dave! Nice to see you appear again. How are the chooks?

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • JacquieDuncan
    JacquieDuncanover 4 years ago

    LOL good on yah!

  • Thanks Jacquie!

    – Margaret Sanderson

    BLYTHARTover 4 years ago

    In answer to your above question, the chooks are doing fine. On sunday we kept the cats in for a while and allowed the hens to wander around the garden – they loved it.

  • Sunday was pretty dry and sunny. Bless their little hearts. Mao and Mitch will be getting their noses pushed out!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • noone265
    noone265over 4 years ago

    Haha, this is lovely. Love the expression on the white bunny’s face. :)

  • Thank you very much Noone!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorover 4 years ago

    well done great idea lol !LIZ

  • Thanks Liz! I’m glad you like it!

    – Margaret Sanderson

    GEORGE SANDERSONover 4 years ago

    Great stuff Margaret, you have a wicked sense of humour !!!
    It reminds me of the hedgehog that was run over while visting his “flatmate”

  • I must have bunnies and accidents on the brain at the moment George. My son trapped our rabbit’s front leg in the back door a few weeks ago and we had to have it amputated! My purse was £200+ lighter by the end of the day. He’s doing fine now though, except every time he goes to scratch his ear, he falls over!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Cindy Schnackel
    Cindy Schnackelover 4 years ago

    Wonderful work!

  • Thanks very much Cindy!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • JuliaWright
    JuliaWrightover 4 years ago

    Beautiful work…very well done

  • Thank you Julia!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • madvlad
    madvladover 4 years ago

    ahhhh—ah—- zooooo- cute-mizz maah gee—-and one heck of a nice drawing tooo

  • Thanks Walt!

    – Margaret Sanderson

  • Dorothy Thomson
    Dorothy Thomsonabout 4 years ago


  • Thank you Dorothy!

    – Margaret Sanderson

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