“Blushing Bunny”

“Blushing Bunny” is a digital painting created by fantasy artist Susan Van Sant. This is a gorgeous 8×10 inch photographic art print from a digital painting centered on 8.5×11 inch paper with white border, it is printed on glossy photo paper for richness of color. (Please note the copyright stamp does not appear on the actual artwork)

This darling fantasy bunny girl is contemplating something but appears to be a tad guilty of something. She is just a little girl, holding a lollipop and wearing pink bows in her hair. 😉

Prints of this pop art painting are available for purchase. Click here

"Blushing Bunny" digital painting. Van Sant © 2013. All rights reserved.

“Blushing Bunny” digital painting. Van Sant © 2013. All rights reserved.

Copyright Information: All images and other content Copyright © by Susan VanSant. All rights reserved by artist. Buyer is not purchasing the rights to the image. Any and all publishing and reproduction rights are reserved solely by the artist. This image is not to be re-distributed, copied, imitated, or misappropriated in any way. If you are in any way unsure of the legal rights retained by the artist following the sale of the work, or are purchasing this artwork with the intention of re-selling this work you must be aware of the Visual Artists Rights Act. Thank you


About Susan Van Sant

My name is Susan Van Sant, and I live in beautiful Grand Rapids, MI. I am a self-representing artist and have been creating and selling my artwork across the globe since 2007. Each painting has been carefully rendered on either stretched canvas or gessoed wood panel. I prefer acrylic paint, using a glazing technique with many layers that appear to “float” upon another which results in almost a dimensional quality with gorgeous depth of color. The edges are painted black, so the artwork can hang with or without a frame. Highest quality materials are used, ensuring my paintings will last many generations. My fine art prints are hand-pulled by me, the artist, ensuring the best possible likeliness of the originals. View all posts by Susan Van Sant

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