The Rabbit (Hare) Zodiac animal represents longevity, discretion, and good luck. It has the fourth position in the Asian Zodiac and is one of the top four signs blessed in love relationships. In East Asian culture, rabbits represent the moon, perhaps because both have a pure nature or because the moon’s shadows are reminiscent of a rabbit’s face.
Rabbit Zodiac people can quickly change from silent and docile to swift and active, but they always love peace and compromise. While on the outside they may seem soft and weak, on the inside they have confidence and strength. They steadily move toward their goal, regardless of any negativity they may face.
Resembling the ears of a rabbit popping up through clover, this painting of the Rabbit Zodiac animal sends the message: a pure soul will call bright energy and become righteous and strong every moment.
This painting can infuse your space with the pure, bright, strong energy of the peaceful rabbit.
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Characteristics of the Rabbit:
- Long living
- Compromise and negotiation
Most compatible with: Dog, Pig, Goat
Years of the Rabbit are: 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
SERIES: 12 Zodiac Animals
Asian astrology represents each year with an animal and an element that have characteristics that influence your relationships, health, and fortune. The 12 Asian Zodiac animals are, in order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.
This watercolor and ink series of paintings by Manwol illustrates each animal as a stylized Chinese character surrounded by colorful aspects of nature. With these paintings, Manwol hopes you receive the strength and wisdom of each Zodiac animal.
To make the most of these paintings, try to feel the energy from them while feeling the rhythm and sensation of your own breath. The energy of the Zodiac animal will come to you to use in your life.
You can choose the Zodiac animal associated with your birth year (on the lunar calendar), with your family members’ birth years, or with characteristics you wish to enhance in your life.
This reprint is available in canvas. The artwork is printed on PureWhite canvas using eco-conscious, water-based ink and then gallery wrapped on a ¾” wooden stretcher frame. An outer decorative floating frame covers the edges and gives a striking look popular in contemporary art galleries.
It comes in two sizes in a black gallery frame. Includes hanging hardware.
Small: 12" x 12"
Large: 16" x 16"
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About the Exhibit
Manwol’s artwork is produced in a deeply meditative state with the flow of life energy and holds her mindset of positivity and love for all life. She says, “I put in my soul and my dreams when I paint. It is a loving heart and a prayer to the world. I hope that the energy of people who see the paintings will be full and bright.”
Manwol reminds us that having an open, loving heart brings the gratitude and positivity needed for good fortune. Because fortune is a form of energy, we all make our own. Through her artwork, Manwol invites us to be a conduit of positive energy—of peace, love, health, and harmony. By bringing this artwork into your space, you accept this invitation and set your own intention for an open and loving heart.
About the Artist
Manwol (Jeongeun Son) is the spiritual leader and founder of the Sun Tao practice in Korea. Since attaining her own enlightenment in 1999, she has helped people find their purpose and live accordingly. In recognition of her spiritual teachings, Manwol was invited to attend the U.N. Millennium World Peace Conference of Religious and Spiritual Leaders in August 2000 and the Asian Religious Peace Conference (ACRP) in June 2002. She has authored over 10 books and travels around the world providing lectures, workshops, and spiritual rituals. Noted for her own sincere and loving energy, Manwol's students say that she transmits vibrations of blessings and light to them during every lecture.