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This Tarot series was begun as a labor of love in January, 2009 by the artist Nakisha. Over 78 colorful images of both the White Rabbit and the Dutch (black and white) Rabbit are depicted as the cards from the classic tarot deck.

Rather than swords there are carrots, pentacles are daisies, cups are tulips, and clubs are sticks.

This book is meant to be a companion to the Rabbit Tarot Deck, but can easily be enjoyed on it's own. This is the Second Edition, with updated descriptions and meanings.

A treat for rabbit lovers, tarot aficionados and art collectors, The Rabbit Tarot is a delight for all ages.


About the Author

Nakisha VanderHoeven
bluedogrose Seattle, WA USA
Nakisha is a Seattle artist who has been making animal art since her earliest memory. Born in California and growing up on a tree farm in rural New York State, her childhood was filled with art and animals. “Dog” was her first word and her teen years were spent riding her beloved horse, Fox. Her creative parents encouraged her first two passions, art and nature, which she continues to focus on today. She attended college in New York's Finger Lakes region on a full scholarship, learning computer animation, sculpture techniques, painting, and writing. She earned a degree in Sculpture. In 1993 she moved to Seattle where she learned web design and worked as the webmaster and artist liaison for a woodworking cooperative. Today she shows her sculptures and paintings at regional galleries, sells her artwork to clients around the world, and lives with an assortment of adopted animals. Ironically, she does not own any rabbits.

Publish Date  June 30, 2010

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  58 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Religion & Spirituality

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