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Falling

Jim Rabbit

Falling started off as nothing but a naive test for some new markers and eventually blossomed into what would become a whole series of abstract sketchbooks. In somewhat of a journal format, this covers the topics of love, world-view, self-discovery, substance, the thought process itself, among an array of other ideas and concepts you could relate to and connect within the work.

Falling is intended to provoke deep thought, original ideas in one's own head, to mean many things at the same time, to be left open for interpretation, and to be a hug for those who may be struggling in their journey. Encouraging not necessarily to do the same, but rather to support in the endeavors and retrospective development of the reader.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Writers Republic LLC
  • Publish Date: Apr 14th, 2023
  • Pages: 98
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 11.00in - 8.50in - 0.25in - 0.74lb
  • EAN: 9798888106747
  • Categories: General

About the Author

Rabbit, Jim: - My name is Jim Rabbit. I am from Marion, Iowa. I would say I've been an artist ever since I can remember. I started to take art more seriously around my senior year of high school in 2015. Evolving a hobby just for fun, into a full blown passion and purpose in life. Over the years, I have delved into doing many landscapes, portraits, still lifes, and abstracts in many different mediums including acrylic, oil, pencil, pen and marker, as well as charcoal, and more on canvases, paper, or whatever material was made readily available. Very soon I would find myself running out of wall space and storage for my ever expanding portfolio. So as a simple means to save space, I would start to gravitate towards making sketchbooks. Not only would this save me space but this would also mean I could also produce more works and fulfill what would come to my imagination on a more frequent basis and allowing for me to not feel so much as if my many ideas were passing by.I would consider myself more so a landscape painter, however the years have so far proven me to be an abstract artist with a twist of creative writing mixed into the paint. As the years go by and I gain more time and space, I am sure I will be doing more works on canvas so as to fulfill my full artistic vision. As part of this vision, I have over 20 books in the works including landscapes, portraits, still life, philosophy, and more and more creative writings in my abstract books as they progress.