Monday, October 31, 2011

Ziggy

Ziggy is my latest equine commission.. my client commissioned Ziggy for her friends wedding present... 

Portraits make not only wonderful memory pieces for yourself of that special animal that has shared your life... They also make great gifts for special occasions..

Ziggy
10" x 14"
pastel

Catherin McMillan


Commissions welcome worldwide
Original Art Work for sale

Payment plan and gift vouchers available

Pay Pal Accepted

Halloween Stallion, oil pastel painting by Carol Engles

12 x 16 oil pastel on paper.

Happy Halloween!


jcengles@verizon.net

carolenglesart.blogspot.com

California Abstract Artist Carol Engles

Monday, October 24, 2011

Watercolor Progress on Western Horse and Cowgirl “Tell me it’s ok” by Debbie Flood

 

Tell me its ok progress 6 Large Web view

Tell me its ok progress 6 Medium Web view

Tell me its ok progress 4 Medium Web view

See….I have been working! This is a new watercolor that I started last week, I think. I get painting and the weeks all mesh together and time flies and I lose track of where I am on the calendar!

The title of this one is Tell me it’s ok. Watercolor on Arches 300lb paper.

Size: 14.5 x 11

The photo at the top of this post is where I have left off, on the progress for today. And I’ll be back at it tomorrow. I ‘m having trouble pulling my eyes away from this one. I love the colors, the composition and the story. The whole package! I took the reference photo here in Maine, at a horse show, and placed them in the New Mexico Landscape. This young lady was working with this horse, and taking him through the trail class, getting used to scary things, such as tarps and orange cones, that could jump up and eat him! I loved the communication that was going on between the two of them. So much trust was being learned that day.

Thank you for watching and reading.

Debbie Flood

http://www.debfloodart.com

Sunday, October 23, 2011

International Museum of Art of El Paso, Sun Bowl Exhibit 2011 by Debbie Flood

I’m very pleased to announce that three of my watercolors were accepted into the International Museum of Art of El Paso, Sun Bowl Exhibit 2011. El Paso Texas. November 4 ~ December 31, 2011.

This is a mile stone for me! Why ?, you ask? , I have entered this exhibit in the past, (Artists are allowed to enter three works to be juried by a Museum Committee) and I’ve only been able to get one out of the three accepted. This year, all three were accepted! That’s huge for me!

The three paintings that have been accepted are:

Grumpy Draft Medium Web view

Grumpy Draft Watercolor

Rumbles in the sky Medium Web view

Rumbles in the sky Watercolor

The Climb Medium Web view

The climb Watercolor

If you click on the photos above, they will enlarge for better viewing. Just remember to click on your ‘back’ button, to come back to this Blog.

Thank you for reading my fun news.

~Debbie

http://www.debfloodart.com

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Secrets of the Wind by Linda Snider Ward

"Secrets of the Wind" is a small 5" x 7" watercolor. It's part of a series titled "Sun Horse". It's available for $65.00 in my Etsy Shop

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Horse Painting Giveaway by a Texas Artist Laurie Pace

Horse of Color Giveaway
6 x 6 inches  Acrylic on Canvas

Color abounds in this tiny Equine Art, the perfect stocking stuffer for Christmas.
Lets make this a giveaway. Email me and I will put your name into
a drawing and on Saturday I will announce the winner.
I will have Sheriff Paul pull the name out of the bowl.

 

Contact me to register to win. Laurie
 

 ©Laurie Pace    Graphics One Design 1998-2011 
  Contact me for your own commissioned painting: Laurie    

Everything is a Blessing, Look for the Light.



There are times things look bleak.
There are times people get sick and die.
There are times you may lose your job or cannot pay a bill.
There are times your house may burn down.
There are times your spouse may leave you.
While it may be hard to believe, all of these things will result in blessings.

Click here to read more....


Laurie        
 
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Friday, October 14, 2011

Andalusian Inspiration

©2011 Artist: Sheri Cook
http://www.happyhorsestudio.com
6 x8 Watercolor and Ink
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The Andalusian and Lusitano National Horse Show
is in Fort Worth, Texas this week and I am inspired!
Fabulous horses!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Valeroso Three, equine ink drawing by Carol Engles

14 x 16 ink on paper. This drawing was inspired by our Peruvian stallion, Valeroso.

jcengles@verizon.net

carolenglesart.blogspot.com

California Abstract Artist Carol Engles

‘Whispers on the wind’ Watercolor of Gray-White Quarter Horse in New Mexico by Debbie Flood

                      Whispers on the windJPG Medium Web view

‘Whispers on the wind’ 12 x 18 Watercolor

$800.00 No Frame

$1,200.00 Framed.

The end of June, 2011, I was in Angel Fire New Mexico, riding a great horse through the National Forests and Mountains of Angel Fire and over looking Eagle Nest Lake. What a gorgeous day that was. Filled with magic for me. Something like a Cinderella Story. The Prince of the story was the place, horses and Gallery Exhibit for me. 

This painting isn’t the horse that I rode, but it is one that was at the Ranch that day. Gorgeous white-gray Quarter Horse. The wind was blowing up dust devils and this horse was on the watch and listening for something in the wind.

~Debbie

Monday, October 3, 2011

Autumn Colors of Equus 2011 Opens Online October 3–December 31, 2011

 

                            IEA Fall Marti Adrien FallColors Medium Web view

                                  Marti Adrian Watercolor

It’s an online extravaganza! This All Member Exhibit by the International Equine Artists is one online exhibit you do not want to miss! http://www.internationalequineartists.com/autumncolorsofequus2011.html

Three pages of gorgeous art depicting the Equine, encircled in the joy of Autumn!

There is People Choice Voting with Sponsorship by the International Equine Artists.

See a work of art that you love? Or maybe you love that Artist’s style?? There is a Contact link under each piece of Art, for you to contact the Artist directly.

Enjoy!

The IEA is very proud of it’s members!

 

~Debbie Flood, IEA Founder & Administrator

http://www.internationalequineartists.com