Thursday, February 28, 2008
This is another "drawing challenge" from the Equine Art Guild >http://www.equineartguild.com/<. The source photo is of a young filly near Abu Dhabi in the U.A.E. so she is a "real" Arab, living in the desert. I loved the unusual pose, and that she was comfortable laying down with a photographer so near; that shows a level of trust and confidence that is so sweet. This is pastel on pastel board, 8x10, which I have never tried before. It deserves some more investigation. The pastel surface is still fragile but the board is much hardier than any paper.
($100, unframed, plus S&H-contact Judith Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org OR
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Monday, February 25, 2008
Monday, February 18, 2008
This is a painting of a little Egyptian Arabian colt I'd visited last May, just a few days after he was born. That evening was such a beautiful one. It was warm, the sun was just starting to set, and this little guy was having a great time exploring his new world. Simple things would fascinate him and keep his attention, just until the next thing that came along to pique his curiosity. I thought I'd paint him looking at a small chickadee to show his innocence and sense of discovery. I hope you enjoy this one! It is available for purchase on my site at www.carolerodrigue.net PayPal is available. Thank you for looking!
Friday, February 15, 2008
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
"Stretch," 42" x 16", acrylic on gallery stretched canvas, thoroughbred painting. Inquiries to email@example.com .
This is NOT a traditional portrait by any means. But I didn't intend that.
Instead I wanted an image that represented the breed, the beauty inherant in that full out stride, the tenderness seen in the reach for a peppermint, the green of reflected sunlight off Kentucky bluegrass.
This painting is more about the summation of a lifetimes' accumulated equine memories, and less about a specific horse or moment in time.
Despite it's scale, it retains a contemplative quality that encourages you to linger as you travel down that path of memory.
Kimberly Kelly Santini
Friday, February 8, 2008
Monday, February 4, 2008
Wouldn't it be fun to take a nap in warm sunshine like this guy is doing? We have snow this morning!
But that wasn't the point of this post. I wanted to tell you this painting is one of those featured in today's Link Tiles game. It's fun to play....go check it out!
I sold this original, but I have ACEO prints of this image for sale for $6.50, email me from the link below if you'd like one.
Remember, you can find horse art, wildlife art, cow art, and animal paintings, for sale on my website.