Anthropomorphism

“Anthropomorphism” by Amy Guidry; acrylic on canvas; 6″ x 6″; SOLD; (c) Amy Guidry 2013

My latest painting in my In Our Veins series is now online– Anthropomorphism and it is an acrylic on canvas, 6″ x 6.”  As seen throughout the series, animal heads and limbs are representative of the viewpoint that animals are a means to an end.  Instead of a jackrabbit, I chose to use a dwarf rabbit, or to some, endearingly known as a “bunny.” The “bunny,” being a popular, cute animal generates sympathy, but even more so when dressed in children’s clothing.  Is there a difference between species?  Is one more important than another?  Why is it that when something is small or cute or childlike, we think more fondly of it?  View the painting online here: http://www.amyguidry.com/anthropomorphism.html.

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