The Hare & the Moon

Image Credit: Catherine Hyde

Number Seven 7 The High Street Dulverton Somerset TA22 9HB

01398 324457
[email protected]

Saturday 26 October 2019
2pm - 4.30pm
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm
no need to book

Join us at Number Seven Dulverton to celebrate the publication of The Hare and the Moon, a beautiful country almanac by Catherine Hyde that follows the phases of the moon and a hare’s journey throughout the year. 
​Waking on the winter solstice the hare begins her journey through the seasons and changing landscape, moving in harmony with the moon. Catherine's atmospheric paintings depict the hare running in January, watching in February, leaping in March until it comes full circle, sleeping once more in December.
A lyrical tribute to the natural world the paintings of flora and fauna feature hawthorn and cowslips, swallows, blackbirds, buzzards and owls, harebells, holly, rowan and poppies. Anecdotes of folklore, fairytale, myth and legend accompany the hare's colourful journey.

Throughout the afternoon you will able to chat with Catherine about her inspiration, take a peek in her sketchbooks and view original paintings produced for inclusion in The Hare and the Moon.

​Catherine will of course be happy sign and dedicate copies for you. Priced at £15.00 we shall ensure we have plenty of copies available on the day but you may preorder if you wish.

It promises to be an inspiring afternoon by the fireside at Number Seven Dulverton.

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