October 2018 Non-Fiction History & the Arts

Bitty Bunnies Hunt Slonem, foreword by John Berendt, text by Bruce Helander

Bitty Bunnies
Hunt Slonem, foreword by John Berendt, text by Bruce Helander


Exciting, unexpected, realistic, impressionistic, abstract--the bunny paintings of celebrated artist Hunt Slonem have something for everyone. A treasury of enchanting paintings that are at once pop culture and fine art, Slonem's bestselling collection appears here in a brand-new edition. In Bitty Bunnies, Slonem's world-renown paintings have been transformed into a smaller, more compact version, easy to take with you on the go! 

As Bruce Helander writes in the introduction to the book, "The use of a bunny as a subject has a distinct and delightful charm of its own. Slonem takes a cue from a bunny's soft and independent character, usually one at a time in a portrait that convincingly accommodates tall, unruly ears and some long whiskers to boot. His are a line-up of fuzzy likenesses that are created quickly and forcefully with a clear sense of compassion and precision even though they are purposely abstract." 

Bitty Bunnies is a unique compendium of paintings by a fine artist with a worldwide reputation that provides a remarkable ode to one of nature's most beloved and symbolically rich creatures, ready to bring good fortune to every lucky viewer, now in a size that is as cute as the art itself. The collection here is whimsical, gorgeous, lively--every shape and form of bunny as a single subject and en masse is presented by an artist whose design sense is as acute as his artistry as painter. This is a collection destined to appeal to art- and nature-lovers alike; a body of work as inimitable as it is recognizable and sure to appeal to anyone who encounters it--as is the artist himself.