Friday, September 25, 2009
Both of these could be called 'Work Day'...The saddle is transparent watercolor, and the boots are done using graphite pencils.(Both have been sold)
When I started painting, Western Art was what I wanted to do the most because I love it so much. After 'trying' to paint horses, windmills, etc. I realized right quick that it was very difficult for me. So I ventured off to painting other things...but I still love anything western. My Granddad was on the last cattle drive that came through this area here.(West Texas, and Eastern New Mexico) I grew up around his horses and his cowboy influence. He was such a special man! He remembered every horse that he ever owned, and their names, and he would tell us stories about his horses, and his experiences every time we saw him. I wish I had paid more attention to his stories now! So I am back working on a few more western theme paintings here and there. I love the smell of horses and leather, and I hope I can do the 'cowboy' things justice when I paint or draw them!
I love doing faces...I am using watercolor and gouache on watercolor paper. These are 9x12.
Cupcake Demo Sold Torn Paper Collage Workshop Plains, TX We just finished a workshop here in Plains. I had an awesome group of ladies. They...
Brenda Swenson, A sketch artist does this 75 day Sketch Challenge, and I decided to join in. I started it Oct.14th, Using ink and pen on...
Back to my roots! LOVE the American Flag. This one was woven, using two paintings. watercolor