Sunday Painting: Bunny could talk… by Daphne Confar

  
Several years ago we were in Provincetown, Massachusetts when I stumbled on this postcard at the William Scott Gallery. I don’t even recall if we saw any of Daphne Confar’s works on display, but I was obviously taken with this image, and still am.

Doesn’t she look like a character just waiting for a novel?

Bunny could talk on and on, but always listens to the wind

3 thoughts on “Sunday Painting: Bunny could talk… by Daphne Confar

  1. Kathleen April 12, 2010 / 5:22 pm

    If Ma Joad hadn't been horribly poor, I could picture her looking like this!

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  2. Thomas at My Porch April 17, 2010 / 9:30 am

    Kathleen: I had to look up Ma Joad but now that I have, I think you are right. There is something about the style of the dress and the ample bosom that makes me think of a farmer's wife in the 1930s living out on the plains somewhere.

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  3. uuesti-ajutine May 12, 2010 / 4:07 am

    Oh, that is so many possibilities for stories!

    And, as avid Postcrosser, I now want this postcards so much! (I would illustrate stories about my late great aunt Anni with this! Anni was such a character!)

    Thank you for sharing your find!

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