One of my greatest joys is to paint a horse for a client. I love the entire process and know that the bond of love is the greatest gift shared by the partnership between the horse and their person. I came across this photo recently from a commission portrait of ‘Tara’ I completed several years Continue Reading
‘I dream of painting then I paint my dream’. I enjoy exploring the abstract process of painting. ‘Equine Essence I’ was a wonderful journey of gestural mark making in acrylic paint. The spontaneous mark making makes this a fun and engaging painting.
I am so happy to have my painting ‘Intertwined’ accepted into The American Academy Of Equine Art, juried, 2017 Spring Online Show! The AAEA specializes in the accurate and artistic expression of the Equine figure.
I am always so thankful to be an artist and to paint the vision that clients present to me. Such is the case with this painting ‘True Love’. A client sent me the photo of his daughter and her precious beloved horse. He explained to me that his daughter was now 28 and her beloved Continue Reading
My client sent me this photo of her giclee print she had framed of ‘Aramis’. I really like the colors that she chose and so appreciate you sending it to me! Thank you so much!
‘Majestic Dancer’, available original hanging in my studio. This painting really has action and energy! Then as your eye moves through the canvas it rests on the soulful eye of this wise and magnificent horse. Close up detail photos.
I really love the soulfulness of this painting. It was purchased by a collector who also loved the peaceful gaze,the eye, the window to the soul!
I am finishing up several new paintings for Open Studios Art Tour 2016 here in October. On the easel and almost complete, ‘Interlude II’ soft pastel on paper. Come visit me and my newest paintings, the first and third weekends in October here at my home studio from 11 am to 5 pm. It will Continue Reading
As the story goes, when a storm is coming a cow will see it and will run from the storm, therefore having the storm chase it. However a buffalo will face the storm, taking it head on, therefore moving through the storm more quickly. That is what my client told me as he asked me Continue Reading