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The House Rabbit Society is holding a Holiday Art Show and Auction on their Facebook page. Proceeds from the auction/art show will go to the Emergency Medical Fund for the House Rabbit Society and to East Bay Rabbit Rescue.
This is a great opportunity to purchase fabulous rabbit art and bunny supplies at affordable prices while also supporting two rabbit organizations.
The auction/art show ends at 1 pm PST on Dec 6.
In honor of the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, the St Clair Superior Development Corporation put together a public art campaign in the city of Cleveland, OH. Local artists decorated 25 fiberglass rabbit sculptures which were installed in key locations throughout the city.
For more information and photos of these stunning works of art, see:
If you haven’t found a gift yet for the rabbit lover in your family or circle of friends, below are a few unique, handmade, rabbit-themed gift ideas!
“Tails” Baby Spoons ~ $23 each
Handcrafted pewter baby spoons with different animals. The back of each spoon shows the tail of the animal.
By Beehive Kitchenware at Sawbridge Studios
“To Thine Own Self Be True” is the title of Park Ad-jong’s new solo show in South Korea. The show features sculptures of rabbits and eggs.
In an interview with the Korean Times, Park describes her choice of rabbits as a subject,
When people talk about bunnies, they think of rebirth. Bunnies make a lot of babies, so it’s about new beginnings. For me, bunnies represent new life. And this is the same for me, it’s about starting over and rebirth.
The sculptures came out of a rough time for Park, who had legal problems and trust issues with coworkers.
The exhibit runs through December 31 at the Art Link Gallery in Seoul.
Read more at The Korean Times.
Photo: Move your Bunny | Installation by Helene Butler
At the Rag Factory on Brick Lane in East End London, there will be an art exhibition revolving around the theme of rabbits and hares from the 9th of December (Private View) until the 13th of December. Artists have created pieces that are both figurative and symbolic in a range of media including photography, illustration, painting, sculpture, installation and videos.
According to the Bunny Show Committee:
The theme of the rabbit has been chosen for its playfulness as well as its establishment in mythology, symbolism and the History of Arts. As a symbol of luck, of the ambivalent, of procreation, of lust, of witchcraft and more, rabbits, source of inspiration for the participants of the show, have generated a diverse ensemble of works, from symbolic inspiration to figurative pieces of work.
The event will bring people together with work conceptual but nevertheless entertaining, inviting the audience to participate. The Bunny Show Committee believes that art is for everybody to understand and interact.
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The Cracking Art Group have installed colorful rabbit sculptures at a Printemps store in Paris made of plastic water bottles that were found in landfills. The Cracking Art Group is a collaboration among six international artists who focus on social and environmental issues. They work largely with plastics.
With many art sales tumbling at fine art auction houses like Sotheby’s, Jonathan Monk’s latest series, The Deflated Inflated, rings true. Based on Jeff Koons’s steel sculpture of a cheap rabbit balloon, Monk’s work depicts the iconic sculpture in various levels of deflation.
Monk’s solo show will open at the Lisson Gallery in London next week.
For more info, see: The Telegraph