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
Wow! This is amazing work! You really caught the noble character of the horses.
Love your graphite work, so beautiful! I met your husband at Moore Norman Technology Center in Oklahoma today and he told me about your site. You are so talented!
Thank you so much for your kind words. He’s my biggest fan (unless I’m forgetting to cook because I’m wrapped up in my work and eating pretzels!)