SLB a visual non sequitur
Postal Invasion
Artist, Yvette Creel
Scary Little Bunnies are characters created by Yvette Creel, a watercolor artist in Louisiana who liberated the rabbit-like puppets from an antique store in New Orleans.
Chaz is the devilish dark blue Scary Little Bunny with an odd affection for retro space craft, childhood games and clean cotton laundry. Formerly Charles, the wild hare shortened his moniker while stowing away on the tour bus of Ravi Coltrane. Thus began his love of travel and the saxophone.
Whitman is the golden boy who thrives on science and education. He follows Astronomy, classical literature and poetry. He gave himself the name Whitman after Walt Whitman, the American poet known for his transcendental free verse and overt sexuality. Whitman's real name is not known, but it is spelled with Chinese characters.
Yvette Creel's two wild hares are available not only by commission, but also at Martin's Gallery on 7727 Jefferson Hwy in Baton Rouge. If you need further exposure, you can catch new releases at a monthly art exhibit called Stabbed in the Art. "Stabbed" is a collective art show that occurs the first Friday of every month.
Please join us at 1284 Perkins Road in Baton Rouge from 6-10 pm this first Friday for painting, drawing, sculpture and more.
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Yvette can also be seen at Gallery Bohemia in Baton Rouge (3774 Government St)
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