While rearranging my artwork, I came across three old pieces of art that I had set aside to eventually be either culled (thrown away), or posted FOR SALE to any interested buyer. The drawing is of a local barn but the horses, the fence, and the trees, and the windmill, are of my own making. I entitled this piece “Headin’ Home” and it is for sale. Continue reading HEADIN’ HOME – charcoal and carbon drawing
This is a drawing I completed in October of 2016. My oldest sister suggested that I do some wildlife, or perhaps some horses, since many people who live in the area like or raise horses. Having never drawn a horse before, I thought it was a good idea, so she went down a ways from her country home and took a few photographs of her neighbor’s horses. The drawing that follows is a result from her photographic adventure. Continue reading SHARING A SECRET – charcoal on carbon
The title of this drawing came about as a bit of irony, which I was pondering one day while watching fish eat flies and bugs from the surface of a nearby pond. How the idea came into my head…..I have no idea. Continue reading “PERFECT TIMING” – charcoal, carbon, graphite drawing
This is a recent drawing I did of a black, Andalusian horse. I wanted to add some animal life to my portfolio and since horses and small, fuzzy creatures seem to be very popular among certain groups of people, I decided to go with the horses. This will be short and sweet in description.