Cubist Hare

Cubist

About the Hare

The artist is a big fan of the cubist artwork of Picasso and thought that a Hare that featured an assortment of colorful cubist hares and cubist vegetables that hares eat would be fun! The vegetable aspect also honors farming in the Cirencester area. Cubism is an art form that stands the test of time. Surely had Picasso applied to be a Cirencester Hare artist he would have submitted such a drawing for consideration, don’t you think?

Artist

Freeda Babson

Artist Biography

Freeda Babson is a muralist, mosaic artist and painter from the United States, living in Arizona. She has been commissioned to do pigs for Seattle’s Pike Place Market’s 100 Year Anniversary’s Pigs on Parade, a Lighthouse for the City of Mukilteo’s 100 Year Anniversary in Washington. She has large public ...
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Freeda Babson is a muralist, mosaic artist and painter from the United States, living in Arizona. She has been commissioned to do pigs for Seattle’s Pike Place Market’s 100 Year Anniversary’s Pigs on Parade, a Lighthouse for the City of Mukilteo’s 100 Year Anniversary in Washington. She has large public murals in Gilda’s Club/Cancer Pathways Seattle and in many private residences. She comes from a family of artists and has been painting for as long as she can remember. She was featured on KOMO TV Northwest Afternoon Seattle and was taped while painting the Noogieland Gilda’s Club mural project. She was also featured on television’s “Evening Magazine” Channel 5 program in Seattle in October 2005 and chosen as one of their “Top Ten News Stories of 2005” by KING 5 Television in December 2005. She was chosen as one of the “Red Door Campaign” artists for Gilda’s Club – which was extra special for her as it included one of her favorite artists, Dale Chihuly. She is a Board member for a horse rescue organization and does grant writing for horse rescue and a food bank. She feels extremely honored to be chosen to be part of the 2018 Cirencester March Hare Festival.