Colin See-Paynton is widely regarded as one of Britain?s leading exponents in the art of wood engraving. His latest body of work explores the twilight adventures of wild creatures. His inspiration for this new series of prints came from watching ?tame? brown hares in his garden in mid Wales, he explains: ?Last year an adult female produced at least two litters of beautiful leverets. They stayed with us all through a winter of snow, wind and rain, being suckled by the mother each evening, and have themselves now produced offspring of their own. Hares are known to be generally much more active in the twilight hours and at night and this set me thinking about what unseen adventures they might have?.