Category Archives: equine art
In the days when the horses were the most important mode of transportation (read: before the white man) there was the medicine hat horse. These sacred horses had dark ears and a spot crowning the head. The body was mostly … Continue reading
When you live in one place for a long time you develop traditions with people and places that are sweet and sort of comforting. Since I have been displaced due to caring for sick parents over the past couple of … Continue reading
A soothing sight for horse owners, two pasture mates in the field together. Acrylic, 11×15″ on canvas.
Well, what can one say after a long hiatus? I have let my blogspot fall into neglect… Alas… And unfortunately the past year has provided plenty to blog about. Clifford has toured the eastern part of the USA, visiting libraries, … Continue reading
Here’s an Andalusian concentrating hard on what is probably a sidepass. I like the colors in this; subtle shades of blue, yellow and rust. Oil pencil and conte on black. I listed it on eBay.
Here’s a Palomino who’s just a tetch excitable. This piece is listed on eBay.
This piece will be framed and sold tonight (hopefully) at the Michigan Morgan Futurity Gala. If it no-sales tonight, it will go up on eBay tomorrow. This is pastel, 10 x 13″ on black charcoal paper.
He started out as a Friesian, but just became more and more colorful the longer I worked on him. Now he resembles a sculpture or carousel horse. Pastel on black charcoal paper, approx 11 x 15″. Ebay Link