"Having recently had our first child, I was ready to see what kind of new work would come from it. What would baby Zoey inspire? I quickly found that I wanted to make work that she could enjoy in her nursery. Naturally, the bunnies came to mind. They are after all about propagation. I realized that although I have done double bunnies before (two bunnies together in one cutout), I have never done a trio of bunnies. A family. So I set out to see what came up.
At first I thought “This is going to be a no brainer,” but I was pleasantly surprised to find that these bunny families ended up being much more challenging than expected. For me, the bunnies are more than cute cutouts. They are exercises in finding grace and balance." - Max Neutra
This piece of original artwork comes signed by Max Neutra and includes an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.
ABOUT Max Neutra:
"I attempt to get ahead of myself and let the work be the result of a direct feed from my physiological being. Whether it’s a face depicting an emotion, or abstract shapes, I strive for each painting to be like a signature. Quick and messy. Brave and permanent. Unmistakably written by my hand. Produced by the machine that is my body. Instead of toiling over attempted perfection, I indulge in the imperfections of myself and the world around me, and marvel at the inherent factors of chance that the process provides. Through practicing this approach, a stream of surprises emerge and I am in a constant state of discovery." - Max Neutra
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