I started working on designs for a painted boot, and ended up really loving the fox I painted for practice. Now, you can love the fox, too. Available on a variety of products at Redbubble and Society6.
One of my dear friends sent me a page-a-day calendar titled “What horses teach us.” The picture on the front was of some sort of Gypsy Vanner with a spectacular mane and the quote “Great hair is the best revenge.” It made me laugh, and I sort of expected more horse related humor on the… Continue reading What horses teach us
What do you do on a near 80 degree day in February when you only have an hour and your fur beast still has his full winter coat? You do liberty work with the mounting block, and then you randomly decide to climb on him, without bothering to put on reins or bareback pad or… Continue reading Bridleless update
The herd BFF arrangement is color coded. The bays hang together, and the chestnuts hang together. Sort of. Only sort of because Maverick desperately wants to stay Charlie’s BFF and and Midas just doesn’t consider himself a part of anything.
Apparently most artists go through a blue period. It’s because blue is such a wonderful color. So much depth and feeling and warmth and comfort and richness and….you get the idea. Also, that black-like color? I mixed that. On purpose. Progress!
Watercolors still mystify me. Every time I think I’m starting to get the hang of it, I realize that color mixing is still so, so far outside my comfort zone. I mean, mixing red, blue and yellow to get brown, on purpose. I haven’t done that outside my color wheel project yet. I need to carry my… Continue reading Zebra
Windy day, freshly brushed mane…