My love for horses started my career into the art scene. Here are some selections of drawings and studies done covering many animals. Most all are in graphite and a few in color. Commissioned work from photos are welcomed.
The Morab (20″x16″ graphite) The Morab consists of at least 1/4 part of only two breeds, the Arabian and the Morgan.
Suffolk Punch draft horses were smaller than the Belgian, requiring less feed but still capable of cutting sod with a plow. Original, pencil on tinted paper. 18″ x 22″
I saw this picture in the magazine “Reminisce” and just had to render it on paper. With my present experience on animals, I can’t image dogs, cats and a chicken drinking together!” Original, graphite 12″ x 9″
“Kansa” (116″ x 12″ pastel) is my Border Collie named after the Plains Indians whose name (Kanza) means “South Wind”
Kansa – 9 x 12 pastel portrait My Border Collie is named after the Plains Indians (Kanza) which means “South Wind”
“Cigar” (20″x 28″ watercolor & ink)
commissioned artwork, private collector