January 28, 2013
This is Mungu. He’s a truly down to earth cool cat. I don’t know him as well as I should, but enough… he is the LTR of one of my old time lady bros and I have enjoyed every exchange I’ve had with him, so I know him to be solid. He and his lady acquired Turn Me On (You Fucker) v3 and a version of I’ll See You Hang for This (TBP) last spring. It was a rainy day and they have since moved from the location pictured.

This is Mungu. He’s a truly down to earth cool cat. I don’t know him as well as I should, but enough… he is the LTR of one of my old time lady bros and I have enjoyed every exchange I’ve had with him, so I know him to be solid.
He and his lady acquired Turn Me On (You Fucker) v3 and a version of I’ll See You Hang for This (TBP) last spring. It was a rainy day and they have since moved from the location pictured.

August 2, 2011
The Psychopomp, 2009 48cm x 31.5cm acrylic and charcoal on 65lb paper

Rabbit is an Earth symbol, by virtue of the fact that he is so  close to the ground, and lives partially in the ground itself. He could  convey, symbolically, a need to center oneself more, for instance. He  could also imply stodginess, for that matter, a sort of “stuck in the  rut” kind of energy that happens to us all at times.
Rabbit is also a symbol of the archetypal “Trickster” in world mythologies.

The Psychopomp, 2009 48cm x 31.5cm acrylic and charcoal on 65lb paper

Rabbit is an Earth symbol, by virtue of the fact that he is so close to the ground, and lives partially in the ground itself. He could convey, symbolically, a need to center oneself more, for instance. He could also imply stodginess, for that matter, a sort of “stuck in the rut” kind of energy that happens to us all at times.

Rabbit is also a symbol of the archetypal “Trickster” in world mythologies.

June 17, 2011
Anxious Accessory Rabbit with Fendi Bag, 2008 acrylic and charcoal on 61cm x 101cm 75lb paper

Anxious Accessory Rabbit with Fendi Bag, 2008 acrylic and charcoal on 61cm x 101cm 75lb paper

April 24, 2011
Turn Me On (You Fucker), 2003
"Some believe, rabbits were associated with the Teutonic deity Eostra, the goddess of spring and fertility, for their especially high reproduction rate. Eggs, and especially their hatching, are another symbol of spring with roots in pagan tradition.."
"Germanic, pagan, spring traditions and Christian resurrection tradition were quickly melded together as Roman Catholicism became the dominant religion in the region around the 15th century…" -Thanks HuffPost.

Turn Me On (You Fucker), 2003

"Some believe, rabbits were associated with the Teutonic deity Eostra, the goddess of spring and fertility, for their especially high reproduction rate. Eggs, and especially their hatching, are another symbol of spring with roots in pagan tradition.."

"Germanic, pagan, spring traditions and Christian resurrection tradition were quickly melded together as Roman Catholicism became the dominant religion in the region around the 15th century…" -Thanks HuffPost.

March 28, 2011
This is Marc. He procured “We Are Not So Dissimilar (Canis Familiaris, O. Cuniculus),”2004, in 2005. It’s likely that I was in such a hurry to be unload this large canvas that I never made proper documentation of it prior to this photo taken at his home last year.

This is Marc. He procured “We Are Not So Dissimilar (Canis Familiaris, O. Cuniculus),”2004, in 2005. It’s likely that I was in such a hurry to be unload this large canvas that I never made proper documentation of it prior to this photo taken at his home last year.