STUDIO SALE - Original Mosaic / Collage / Mixed Media "Three Hares" Artwork by Lynnette Shelley

STUDIO SALE - Original Mosaic / Collage / Mixed Media "Three Hares" Artwork by Lynnette Shelley

$975.00

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STUDIO SALE
"Three Hares Chase the Moon" by artist Lynnette Shelley is an original ONE OF A KIND mixed media painting created using ink, acrylic, collaged hand-colored watercolor paper and varnish on wood panel.

The artwork is signed and dated on the reverse,and has been wired and is ready to hang as is. The painting itself measures 20 x 20 inches, and is on 1.5" deep cradled wood panel (sides are painted).

The original artwork was created in 2013 and has been marked down to clear room in Lynnette's studio. The price includes FREE SHIPPING in the US Only. If you live outside the US and wish to purchase this listing, please contact me and I can work out shipping charges for you.

ABOUT THE THREE HARES SYMBOLISM
The Three Hares symbol is an ancient symbol that researchers believe originated in the orient and then traveled to the rest of Eurasia via trading routes. It is used as an architectural motif, a religious symbol and a visual puzzle.

It is a symbol that has been adopted by Christian, Buddhist, Jewish and Islamic religions and cultures; it's meaning may change depending on which country it is used in. Various interpretations of the symbol include a visual representation of "to be" by Buddhists, for the Jewish it is a representation of the Diaspora, while in Christian cultures it's often seen as a symbol of the trinity or the Virgin Mary (rabbits were originally believed to be hermaphrodites, and reproduced without sex, thus making them a symbol of purity). The symbol is also another version of a triskelle, which, to the pagan celts, represented the triple goddess. The Three Hares symbol is also seen as a fertility symbol amongst pagan religions.

Lastly, the symbol is also a visual puzzle: all three rabbits have two sets of ears, but they also share one ear with each other. Some researchers believe it's popularity as a symbol may be traced back to it's popularity as a puzzle; it became a sort of meme of it's time, and became an adornment / decorative element in architectural design.

For more information on the Three Hares symbol, check out the following sites:

http://www.chrischapmanphotography.co.uk/hares/index.html
http://chinesepuzzles.org/three-hares/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_hares

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This is a striking artwork that is sure to enhance any room that it is in. If you have any questions about this piece, please contact me, the artist, at lynnette [!at] lynnetteshelley.com

View more of my artwork online at www.lynnetteshelley.com

ARTWORK CARE
For best results, all art should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.

Payments

I accept payment via Paypal and via Etsy's Direct Checkout.

Shipping from United States

I ship via the US postal service (or UPS for larger / more fragile artworks). I also purchase tracking for all packages shipped in the US. If you would like to purchase insurance on a package, please let me know and that can be arranged.

*** Please note: Local pick-up can also be arranged for those who wish to save money on shipping. Email lynnette@lynnetteshelley.com if you would like to arrange for local pick up.

Please note that buyers are responsible for any and all duties and customs charges that may be incurred.

Shipping Timelines and Guidelines.
With the purchase of an original artwork, I ship within three business days unless otherwise specified. With custom "on-demand" prints, it *MAY* take up to 7-10 business days (M-F) before the print is shipped, depending on if I have the print already made in stock or if it needs to be made and if there are already other orders in the queue. If the print is already in stock, then shipping is usually within 48 hours. But with every order I will keep the buyer informed of when their shipment will be ready.

Returns & Exchanges

I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Returns and exchange details

I will make every effort to insure that your artwork is packaged correctly and safely for posting; however, I do not take responsibility for items lost or damaged by the post office. If you would like to purchase insurance, let me know and this can be arranged for additional shipping cost.

Each of my original artworks are one of a kind, handmade items. As such, I do not offer refunds or exchanges on original artworks. If you purchased an artwork and feel that it was misrepresented in the listing, please contact me so that we can resolve the issue in a friendly manner. If you are unsure about an item, I ask that you please contact me beforehand with any questions.

If you purchased a print item and are not satisfied with your purchase, the item may be exchanged for a print of equal value. Buyer is responsible for any return shipping costs.

I can be reached at lynnette@lynnetteshelley.com

Additional

ARTWORK REPRESENTATION
Each artwork represented is a unique one of a kind original. Every effort has been made to accurately represent each available work. Sometimes there is a reasonable range of color variance to be expected from computer monitor to monitor.

COPYRIGHT
Lynnette Shelley reserves all rights protected under the United States Copyright Act in all artwork and/or products purchased by the purchaser. The sale of a given artwork does not include any assignment, transfer, or license to purchaser of the right to reproduce, modify or create derivative works of any artwork and/or product, unless such right is expressly granted in writing by Lynnette Shelley.

WEBSITE
Please visit my website at www.lynnetteshelley.com to see other examples of my artwork and other artwork and print sales.

QUESTIONS
I can be reached at lynnette@lynnetteshelley.com or you can convo me on Etsy..