Thursday, May 26, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
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Friday, May 20, 2011
|Johnny V. Waiting for his Mount - Thomas Allen Pauly, Graphite, (c) www.horseartist.com|
Thursday, May 19, 2011
I’ve been working still, on Whispers upon the wind. As I add details now, it slows the work progress down. I have added the ‘reason’ for the title. If you look to the right on the horizon you will see shadows of the whispers that move with the wind. I have included a detail image of those whisper shadows.
This Watercolor is on 15 x 21 inch 300lb Arches Watercolor paper.
Thank you for following the progress of this work.
If you are interested in other Equine and Western watercolors of mine, please visit my official website http://www.debfloodart.com
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Burrowed in the high Country
14 x 20 inches
Watercolor on 300lb Arches Watercolor paper.
$1,400.00 Original, No Frame or Mat.
Plus shipping & Handling, Ships Flat, sealed in a clear Art Bag with foam backing board.
Today I finished this Watercolor Painting of the Burro with a rider. What attracted me to this scene, was the woman’s boots, kerchief, and the fact that she was riding a Burro! It was a perfect combination for a painting.
To see more of my Western and Equine Themed Watercolors, check out my Website http://www.debfloodart.com
Thank you for reading and enjoying this little Burro.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Can you tell I like to stay busy? Here is another Watercolor that I have going. This one is titled Whispers upon the wind. It is a half sheet, 15 x 21, Arches 300lb paper.
The top photo shows the very beginning of washes applied to the paper. The second photo shows that I have concentrated more on the sky. I’ve been working up the clouds and the depth of the sky, how the clouds recede and come closer.
I also applied some dapples to the back end of the horse. The rider is riding with only a blanket between her and her horse. She also will be wearing the same poncho that I used in the latest watercolor Where the Eagle soars.
Just too much fun! If there is such a thing!
Monday, May 16, 2011
This watercolor is 14 x 15 inches. Almost square. I’m working from a photograph that I took last Summer/early Fall at a Barrel Racing event here in Maine. I enjoy taking the subjects out of context and putting them out in a real environment and working situation. The horse was actually tied to a horse trailer and hay bags were hanging. Here I have given them a wonderful background of autumn foliage. You can almost hear the dried grasses and weeds crunch under their feet.
I’ll get more images posted as this work moves along.
Thank you for stopping by and visiting.
|The Official Artwork of The Iroquois Steeplechase: The Steeplechase|
|Enjoying my First Iroquois Steeplechase|
|Getting Ready to Shoot the Iroquois|
|My Shot of the Final Hurdle in the Iroquois... The Winner, #1 Tax Ruling|
|The Official Thomas Allen Pauly Iroquois Steeplechase Merchandise|
|A Happy Shopper|
|Signing my Iroquois Steeplechase Prints|
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Monday, May 9, 2011
I thought I would give you a look see, at what I am working on at the moment.
This Watercolor is Burrowed in the high Country. It is 14 x 20 inches and still in progress. I’m using 300lb Arches Watercolor paper.
Not much left to work on, tweaking and adding of small details here and there.
I’ll soon be ready for my Featured Artist Event, happening June 24th at the Angel Fire ArtSpace Gallery in Angel Fire New Mexico. I’ll have about 20-24 watercolors of Western and Equine Genre. I’ll be out there for a week, meeting people at the opening reception, then out and about to gather material for new works, and Gallery hopping! Can’t wait! Angel Fire, Taos, and Santa Fe…here I come!
Saturday, May 7, 2011
These collectible miniature paintings can be found Here!
Where to find my work online;
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
phone: 02 4447 1513
the artwork of nationally renowned equine artist Thomas Allen Pauly at the Night of Silk
Derby Party, a live auction benefiting The Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF)
on the evening May 7 at the Galt House hotel in Louisville, Ky.
Mr. Pauly, who returns to Churchill Downs for his solo art exhibit during the 2011
Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks, has donated this exclusive offering of a
personalized 20" x 24" oil portrait featuring a horse, jockey, and trainer or racing silks of
the top bidder's choice.
"Being an avid supporter of the PDJF," Pauly says. "I was honored when Nancy LaSala,
PDJF's President, asked me to contribute to the live auction. Jockeys have always played
an important part of my equestrian artwork. The Blank Canvas is a very unique item; it
will give the top-bidder the opportunity to personalize their own canvas. Wouldn't it be
wonderful if the winner of The Blank Canvas is also the owner, jockey or trainer of this
year's Derby champion," Pauly noted. "I bet I know which horse they would have
The event follows the Kentucky Derby, which will take place earlier in the day.
Legendary jockeys, past and present, including the Kentucky Derby 137 participants, will
attend the Night of Silk event as a show of solidarity and support and to raise awareness
and assist in raising funds for the PDJF.
For more information about The Blank Canvas, please contact PDJF at 630-595-7660,
http://www.PDJF.org or Thomas Allen Pauly at 773-208-7801, http://www.horseartist.com.
To order tickets for the Night of Silk Derby Party visit http://www.kentuckycenter.org/Events/Night-of-Silk-Derby-Party/7791#tab-showinformation-
link or call 800-775-7777.