“Horse Dancing in the Moonlight” (mixed media: watercolor on Yupo, collage, watercolor painting) 10″ x 10″
This little piece just returned from a N.A.W.A. exhibition in Florida. I added epoxy to protect the surface, and it will be in the silent auction at
NLAC’s Blend on the Bayou, May 7th.
“War Horse” (watercolor on paper; 6″ x 6″)
Midnight Dance is a small (5″ x 8″) watercolor on paper. It began as a simple drawing of a horse, then washes were added and the dancers just seemed to appear. They celebrate life even through its darkest moments.
“Horse of Gold” (watercolor on paper, 10″ x 7″). In this piece, I’m playing with negatives even within the body of the horse. The image is not meant to be realistic. It’s a symbol, a shape, representing the energy of a horse (an imaginary horse). The painting method includes wet-into-wet watercolor and wet on dry. The color is simplified because, as always in my work, drawing is foremost, color is secondary. This piece may be purchased on my website or through contacting me
“Red Carousel” (watercolor pencils on paper)
“Pony, Cow” (ink drawing w/watercolor)
“Black Horse” (a Daily Something); red ink on paper; digital color added