Category Archives: oil
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
Painting in oils hasn’t been my thing. Part of the reason is due to my impatience. I also realized, while working on “Night Heron”, that my style is not typical for someone who works with oils. I work fast, and tight. … Continue reading
I was surprised to receive notification today that my pastel drawing of Sophie, a Morgan mare, won eighth place in the Ex Arte Equinus International Competition. The drawing will be published in the Ex Arte Equinus II Book, which will … Continue reading
This is about 7 x 9″, conte and oil pencil on black charcoal paper. It’s a donation for Sarvey Wildlife Center.
Here’s Bronx, my friend Debbie’s sister’s Rottweiler. This is oil pencil and conte, about 12 x 16″. Poor Bronx is on his last legs this year. So this is a tribute to his sweet old soul.
Well, the images are finally all loaded and the calendar is done! I am ordering my own copy. I’ve been very happy with the quality of products from Zazzle so far. Here’s the link:http://www.zazzle.com/foxbrush/product/158999827332106704
“Dapples”, a Morgan mare. This is oil pencil and conte on black, about 11 x 6″. This is on eBay.
This is Gayle, a Morgan mare who has lived with my friend Pearl for 22 years. The portrait is done in oil pencil on black charcoal paper, about 9 x 12″.
A chestnut Morgan mare owned and loved by Lori Lambie. This is primarily conte crayon (with a bit of oil pencil) on black paper, approx. 9 x 12″.