Goldie was a gorgeous palomino dun paso fino mare I used to own. She
amazed me with her self confidence, steady and sturdy personality, and
giving heart. She was a natural leader and did her job with a quiet yet
strong presence that just a look or a twist of the ear would speak
volumes, she used as little of her power to rule as possible. She had a
benevolent position. I envisioned her as a tough and hard working
cowgirl who'd wear jeans, T's and boots with a bandana around her neck.
When she had a bought with founder, a painful hoof issue, she tried to
stay strong but it was obvious she hurt. It was a long road to recovery,
but one that she did with bravery and an accepting manner. I was so
distraught seeing her pain I painted what I felt. "Goldie's Pain", is an
emotionally charged acrylic that shows the circumstance in stance and
expression, but exudes strength even still. This 20"x16" on standard
canvas is for sale.