Artist's description:

This white hare sleeps deep in the ground at Pendle Hill. She is representative of the cycle of life, the changing seasons and the sacred history of pagan ancestry. At the top of the hill, hands reach to the moon. We remember all those who suffered so much on their journey through Pendle.

This image was created by using Acrylic paint and a method called Frottage, which was developed by Max Ernst. It involves taking rubbings from items using pencil or graphite.

Frame: 42.5 x 32.5 x 3.5 (Image colours may be slightly different depending on monitor colour).

Materials used:

Acrylic Paint/Frottage

Pendle Hare (Framed) (2014)

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This artwork is sold by Maria Forrester from United Kingdom

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