Posts Tagged ‘bunny’

There are all kinds of rabbits.

Monday, February 13th, 2012

  It seemed to me that I was stuck drawing just one type of rabbit.  And, as everyone knows, there are actually all kinds of rabbits!  To rectify this problem I created this print and I include every type of rabbit I could think of.  I think I pretty much covered them all.

This print comes in 3 sizes and you can find it at:

Holiday Sale!

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

If you can’t find a print that you’ve seen before either on my online stores or at various art/craft festivals let me know and I will put it up in my store for you.  Also, you can request special sizes for many of my prints.

Patchwork Holiday 2011 Shows

Monday, October 31st, 2011

Hey everyone!  I will be participating in the Long Beach and the Santa Ana Patchwork Holiday Shows.   The Long Beach event will be this next weekend, Sunday Nov. 6th, from 11-5:00. 

The Santa Ana show will be on Nov. 27th, 11-5:00

Info. for the Patchwork Holiday Shows can be found at this link:

Hope to see you there!

Hopping Rabbit Folk Art Quilt for sale!

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Drum roll please…..

For the first time I am selling some of my quilts!   The first one I’m listing is this Hopping Rabbit Folk Art Quilt.  It’s  entirely hand sewn, cotton fabric and cotton batting.  It measures 13″ x26″

It’s for sale at my Etsy store:

This is a one of a kind quilt.

Happy Chocolate Memories – #1 Easter

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

My family isn’t religious, so Easter at my childhood home was about candy. . .  Oh, and the Easter Bunny, of course, But mainly it was the candy.

My folks would fill our baskets with an obscene amount of goodies.

For me the best thing in my basket was the chocolate rabbit.

The basket would include M&M’s and foil covered chocolate eggs.  Unfortunately, there would also be Peeps and Jelly Beans.  Peeps and jelly beans are just plain sugar.  NO chocolate what-so-ever.  In my world candy is good ONLY if it contains chocolate. 

On the Chocolate Rabbit there was a small sugar tablet eye. Who would put such an impurity on a thing as lovely as a Chocolate Rabbit?  It was a horrible single, yellow & blue staring eye. (For some reason, the whites on our chocolate rabbits eyes where yellow where the white should be.)


  I would give all my peeps, jelly beans and rabbit eyes to my little sister.  As much as I liked chocolate she liked sugar.  Pure old white sugar.  If we had Oreos, she would lick the filling out of the center and hand me over the two remaining chocolate cookies.  At birthday parties her favorite part of the cake was the frosting flowers.  We’re not talking GOOD frosting flowers, but the heavy, way-too-sweet, nasty frosting flowers.  After the party if there was any cake left any remaining frosting flowers would mysteriously disappear.

At restaurants she would suck on sugar packets.


The preparation and eating of a chocolate Easter rabbit was important to me.  Instead of eating the rabbit right away I would stick it in the refrigerator.   I wouldn’t eat it until it was rock hard.


Being hard as a rock,  it would take several munching sessions to finish the rabbit.  Easter wasn’t officially over until the last of the rock hard rabbit was eaten.

A new Etsy store! Grrr, said the Bear.

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

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Bear by Andrea Zuill

I don’t know.  I think the older I get the cuter I get.  Well, not me personally, but my art is at an all time high cuteness level.   I’ve opened a new store on Etsy called , Grrr, said the Bear.

It’s kind of storybook -ish, full of forest animals.   So, please check it out:

Frollicing Fawn by Andrea Zuill

Buns Galore is on the cover of San Diego CityBeat magazine!

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Buns Galore

Your favorite tart and mine is on the cover of this weeks issue of San Diego CityBeat magazine.   It’s their sex issue.  Behold the raw sexuality that is Buns Galore.

You can see her online at:

There is also a picture of me.  After some fancy photographic angles and extensive photo-shopping I don’t look that bad.