Tuesday, May 21, 2013

My blog has moved!

Although I've enjoyed Blogger and "the Drawing Muse," I've switched over to Word Press. You can now find me blogging my art at Artpony

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Van Gogh's Horse

This small mixed media piece is titled Van Gogh's Horse because something about it reminded me of van Gogh's work, probably the trees. You can see more of my work on my website.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Shadow of the Horse

A work-in-progress, watercolor on Rives BFK, 22" x 30", & a difficult piece to shoot. I started this one several months ago & put it aside--now, I'm trying to finish it, along with several others that I've started: at least two oils, two watercolors, and a couple of drawings.

The Sisters and Me

The Sisters and Me is a small 8" x 10" oil on gallery-wrapped canvas. It represents, well--my sisters and me! I like the image, but it's missing a horse, so I'll just have to take care of that! You can see more of my art on my website.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Horse Crazy

Horse Crazy (and I am!) is an acrylic painting on 24" x 30" gallery-wrapped canvas. What doesn't show up in the image is all the writing that I've done in marker. Throughout the mane and head are writings about horses. To see more of my artwork, visit my website.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Stallion Voices

Stallion Voices is 12" x 12", acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas. To see more of my artwork, visit my website. And...a very happy birthday to my beautiful daughter Meg!

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Monday, January 21, 2013

Sun Horse III

This image was my least favorite of the Sun Horse series that I've been working on, but when I framed it today, it looked pretty good! Amazing how a frame can help complete the work. (watercolor on paper)

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Sold!

Don't I Know You, a graphite drawing, sold today to a lady in Arizona! I love that it's found a home and someone appreciates it. The story behind this drawing: When I first brought my horse Roxie to her new home, she was exploring the pasture. I, of course, was taking picture after picture. A little Boston Terrier from next door happened to run into the pasture, and they both stopped to look at each other. I thought it was so interesting that they were both patterned in black and white, so I combined a couple of pictures to create this image--maybe they recognized each other...just a moment in time.

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