Hunt Slonem

Hunt Slonem Collection

In a natural expansion of his artistic vocabulary, Hunt Slonem has evolved his famous bunnies into the dynamic medium of glass with the same quick gestural dance of his paintbrush marks on the canvas. View pieces from the new collection belowAll Uniques and Busts are available in a variety of colors.

Glowbox Series: The Artist's desire to illuminate his work was the impetus for the Glowbox Series. Inspired by the luminescence and light quality of blown glass, each acrylic painting on a plex substrate is internally lit by a custom-designed LED lightbox with a controllable dimmer switch.

Neon on Aluminum Sculpture: With the acknowledgment that his iconic bunny forms are larger than life, Slonem's new neon light sculptures are intended as a playful reinterpretation of his beloved rabbits. Each unique work is comprised of a custom powder-coated aluminum cabinet and delicate 12mm Italian neon tubing. For dramatic effect, hidden LED halo lighting is mounted behind the cabinet to create an ethereal glow

AACG Meet Up 2021


Bringing a whimsical, freewheeling sense of awe, wonder, and detail to his wild array of paintings and sculptures and peaceful, mystical living and working spaces, NYC-based artist and lifestyle trendsetter Hunt Slonem is considered one of the great colorists of his time. As vibrant a dresser (favoring bright jackets and ties) and decorator (known for his keen eye for refurbishing homes and pairing vintage furniture with contemporary art) as he is a painter and sculptor, the Maine born creative force of nature is well known for his neo-expressionist works of butterflies, rabbits, and tropical birds, the latter often inspired by the 30 to 100 exotic feathered friends he houses at any given time in an aviary in his 30,000 square-foot Manhattan studio.

Slonem has had over 300 one-man shows in galleries and museums internationally. His work is also in the permanent collections of 250 museums including the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney, and the Moreau Foundation. He currently has a licensing deal for a new line of Lee Jofa wallpaper and rugs and an upcoming collaboration of scarves and totes with New York-based Echo design. Slonem is currently releasing When Art Meets Design, an extraordinary 300 page, (280 illustrations) photography-based volume that offers a dynamic view into his fantastically decorated and meticulously restored homes. These include three historic houses that he rescued and refurbished, including the Cordts Mansion in Upstate New York and his two Southern mansions in Louisiana, Albania, and Lakeside.

 *Click* on the photos below to walk through his personal museum or take a tour of his studio: 

Personal Museum      Studio Tour

Contact Hawk About This Artist

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)


    Your Message