Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Original Acrylic Artwork by Oklahoma Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy

"Seduction"

Spring is just around the corner; I think of pastels, bright floral colors, , new growth, new beginnings. My stallions call to the mares, and even the mares cuddle and show affection when in heat. Part of the dance for mating is the wooing, and this painting shows just that. I viewed being approached by a suitor similarly, with attraction yet caution. I also used color symbolically, pink for the ladies, blues and yellows for the guys, orange is for optimism. Painted in acrylics on a 24"x24"x1.5" gallery wrap canvas. I've called it "Seduction", it will be entered in a competition so not currently available.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Original Acrylic Artwork by Oklahoma Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy

WIP as of yet untitled, beginning with Golden High Flow acrylic paints. Superbly rich color that blends to make exciting patterns and flowing edges. Look for more updates as this painting progresses! 


Winter 2014 IEA Newsletter, The Stable Studio, Is Ready!

 

The all new Winter 2014 IEA Public Newsletter is ready to read!

In the Studio with Sculptor Yvonne Kitchen, and a Colored Pencil Article by Susan Monty, along with a Work in Progress by Susan!
Thank you IEA Members, who had a part in the making of this Newsletter!!
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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Original Acrylic Artwork by Oklahoma Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy

"Work Together"

"Work Together" mixed heavy body and high flow acrylic on 8"x16" standard canvas. This is MY message for the coming New Year 2014, we as a people, a nation, a world in order to be strong, must embrace our differences and draw from the kaleidoscope of cultural color and unite, for divided we fall, united we stand. I hope to see 2014 become a year of growth, love and tolerance, rather than death by indifference and hate. I wish the best to all, may you have a fulfilling year ahead. This painting is a mix of from left to right- a gray spotted snowflake appaloosa, a bay pinto paint, a palomino paso fino, and a spotted TWH saddle horse. They are in harmony. And it's a beautiful thing! Happy New Year to one and all!