“Hope is the feeling you have that the feeling you have isn’t permanent.”
– Jean Kerr
Distorted Easter Bunny – Watercolor & Sharpie
Since we are approaching Easter, I thought I’d revisit some of my
Eastery paintings. This little bunny was done by drawing a graph over
the photo reference (of course you do know he wasn’t wearing a bow tie
and vest… he he) and then drawing a graph on a piece of watercolor paper
with curvy, distorted lines. You then draw what is in each square into
the distorted squares on your paper. Clear as mud? I know. Just
enjoy the bunny and pretend you’ve had a couple glasses of wine.
About Jean Kerr
Comedic American author Jean Kerr is known for her wry take on married life in the suburbs in such books as How I Got to Be Perfect and Please Don’t Eat the Daisies,
which was turned into both a movie and a TV series. She was born in
Pennsylvania in 1922. She often collaborated on plays with her husband,
drama critic Walter Kerr. She also wrote a number of plays by herself,
including the extremely successful Mary, Mary, which ran for nearly 1,600 performances. She died in 2003.