Familihare

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Hares, have long been associated with the moon, the stars and witchcraft. They can also be found in the springtime gazing at the moon, a sign of growth and good fortune. Up in the sky, the constellation of 11 stars named “Lepus” or ‘Hare’ shines down on the corn fields and woods where this elusive creature can sometimes be found.

Familihare has the colour of a dark night with a black cat peeping through the cornflowers on the legs. A barn owl flies across the shoulder and greenery lay by the feet.

Judith Berrill has worked in various media as book illustrator, stage designer, painter and graphic designer. She enjoyed sell-out exhibitions of recent work of topographical paintings based on maps and the paths of countryside walks.