Monday, October 27, 2014
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Museum Exhibit: The Horse; Spirit, Art, and Soul. IEA Signature Member Exhibit August 3- September 28, 2014
Opening Reception, Artists will be in attendance
The Horse; Spirit, Art, and Soul
A Signature Members exhibit for the Institute of Equine Artists
The public is invited to attend
Please join us for refreshments and hors d'oeuvres
International Museum of Art (IMA)
1211 Montana Ave.
El Paso, Texas 79902
Opening reception: Sunday - August 3rd, 2014 2-4:30 pm
Exhibition concludes September 28th, 2014
The International Museum of Art is proud to present:
The Horse; Spirit, Art, and Soul is a Signature Members exhibition of Equine Art in different media forms.
Founded September 16, 2010 by USA Equine Artist, Deborah Flood, The International Equine Artists was formed for artists who enjoy creating the horse in art. The group started out as a handful of equine artists from the USA, Canada and Australia, who wanted a place to network, share, and have an online community and professional presence. The Organization is based in the USA, but to accommodate those two other Countries, "International" was added to the Business Name. As the group became more popular, more artists from many different Countries around the globe requested to join. The membership has blossomed into a wonderfully diverse group of artists.
INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF ART CONTACTS:
Carolyn Casarez, Director
Oscar Navarro, Community Engagement Manager
915 543 6747
All Works are for sale through the Museum.
Participating Signature Member Artists:
Carol Walker, Sue Kroll, Nancy Christy-Moore, Deborah Flood, Carole Andreen Harris, Helen Bailey, Debby Thomas, Jonelle T. McCoy, Thomas Allen Pauley, Kenna Al-Sayed, Bonnie Hamlin, Susan Monty, Mindy Colton, Laurie Justus Pace, Patricia Griffin, Judith Johnson, Yvonne Kitchen.
~Deborah Flood IEA Administration
Thursday, June 12, 2014
"Waiting For You" Copyright 2014
7 x 5 inches
$3.00USD USA Shipping.
If you would like to purchase this Mustang, there is a paypal button on my website here: http://debfloodart.com/works/1487086/waiting-for-you
I’ve been doing a few small Watercolors, and offering them at a very affordable price. Paypal buttons are included on my website with each painting.
~Deborah Flood #DeborahFlood
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Monday, May 5, 2014
Friday, May 2, 2014
Thursday, May 1, 2014
Every summer I visit Saratoga, New York - I drive through Canada and pick up Linda Shantz near Toronto, then we meet up with Jenifer Trottier (New Jersey), Juliet Harrison (New York) and Sharon Passmore (Tennessee). We spend our time talking horses and art while taking in the local gallery scene and getting as many hours at the track as possible.
Reference photos shot during those few days together fuel a year's worth of creating. That's where the pics behind "Squeaky Clean" came from.
Thanks as always for following along with my artwork,
|"Tribute To Glory" oil painting on canvas|
This lovely mare is Glory. She was my horse's best friend when I first bought him. She died a few years later, and this oil painting is my tribute to this sweet mare.
I began the painting several years ago and have worked on it sporadically over the years. Since being laid up with a broken leg, I figured now was a very good time to finish her up and introduce her to the world.
"Tribute To Glory" is a 12x12 inch oil painting on stretched canvas. She will be for sale once varnished and framed, or you can have her unframed if you wish for $375. You can contact me through my website, Equine Artist Karen Thumm
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Monday, April 28, 2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014
I'm excited about my new painting and want to share the step by step with you all. Follow along on my blog as I create this new painting.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Desert Cowgirl 8 x 6 Oil on Canvas SOLD, to the UK.
So, I just read on another Social Media, written by a Gallery, “Start the sky first”.
Hmmm….gee…I stopped painting the sky first as of late! I always used to start with the top of the canvas and move down to the horizon. Always the same way, the same results, the same…same….same….
Lately, I’ve made the decision to get back into my oils. Literally, some days (with it all over my hands…hair…face…and probably inside me too!).
I’m creating some little study pieces, 5 x 7 , 8 x 10 and such.
I’ve limited my palette to three colors and a white. It is quite freeing, and not constricting at all. No color choices to make. I mix my own!
What I start with is an under painting, that hopefully will glow through, covering the whole canvas. Then using a wet into wet technique I add my shadows and find my subject matter, and then create shadows upon the land. I find dark shadows, light shadows and work and blend. Then I take that brush with some of those earth colors on it, and I start working the sky. That sky takes on the reflections of the earth, as in real life. The skies aren’t that typical “Blue” we think they are when we look up at the sky. The clouds often reflect lots of color and all that dust that gets kicked up during the day. It’s all up there.
So what does this do for my painting? Well, it creates a uniform painting, like it all flows and belongs in the same image, like it should.
Here are a few more works I’ve been creating with this method. Each sky is a bit different, with a different mood, different glow and different meaning for the story being told.
Enjoy, and if you are interested in making a purchase on the available paintings, give me a holler! email@example.com
Song of the Wind, 16 x 20 Oil on Linen Panel $375.00USD Shipping extra.
Storms a Brewing, 10 x 8, Oil on Panel, SOLD
Two from the String, 11 x 14 Oil on Canvas, $255.00USD Shipping extra.
She Rode a Buckskin Horse, 11 x 14 Oil on Canvas, $255.00USD Shipping extra.
Rides Many Moons, 7 x 5 Oil on Panel. SALE PENDING
Rough Trail, 8 x 10 Oil on Panel , $115.00USD Shipping extra.
Riding Through the Rain, 7 x 5 Oil on Panel $70.00USD Shipping extra
Dark Desert Cowgirl 7 x 5 Oil on Panel SOLD
Lead a Horse to Water, 16 x 20 Oil on Linen Panel $375.00USD Shipping extra.
Thank you for taking a bit of time and looking at my new works.
More can be found at http://www.debfloodart.com if you are so inclined to take a look.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Click here for information on the show
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
“The Horse; Spirit, Art, and Soul” The International Equine Artists, Signature Member 2014 Exhibit, at The International Museum of Art of El Paso, By The IEA.
Invitational IEA Signature Member Exhibit at the International Museum of Art of El Paso.
International Equine Artists Signature Member Exhibit!
"The Horse; Spirit, Art and Soul"
This is the 1st "Signature Member" Exhibit held at:
The International Museum of Art of El Paso
El Paso, Texas, USA.
August 3 -September 28, 2014
Opening Reception August 3,2014 2PM - 4:30PM
International Museum of Art of El Paso
1211 Montana Av.,
El Paso, Texas 79902
Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/556867014411070/
~Deborah Flood, IEA Founder & Administrator. http://www.debfloodart.com
My Linocut-Block Print, Forward Motion, will be exhibiting in the Waterfall Arts Center "Print, Open Call Exhibit", Belfast Maine. This piece, along with other Artist's hand created Prints will be on display and offered for sale through the Art Center. Info as follows:
Event Dates: 4/4/2014 - 5/30/2014
Reception: 4/4/2014 5PM - 7PM (I plan on attending).
Location: Waterfall Arts Center
256 High Street
Belfast, Maine 04915
Sunday, March 23, 2014
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Monday, March 10, 2014
Sunday, March 9, 2014
If you are the first person to respond with TAG!!!! beneath the painting, you just won yourself a painting. I gave away the first painting this morning. It was a 4X4inch painting of a horse's eye. In the reflection, you see a car going down a gravel road. I love painting eye reflections in horse's eyes.
I don't care if some artists tell me that is "cliche" or "overdone" or if they say they are sick and tired of seeing horse's eyes in photos and paintings. I do it anyway and Kathy Tilander-Doyle, who won the painting, was totally delighted with it! That was so much fun.
Here's the painting:
Thursday, March 6, 2014
I've got some fun news about my latest horse painting called "Where's the Peep?"
What horse person doesn't recognize this face? This is much loved face from a really fun perspective otherwise known as "The Mooching For Peeps Face". The inspiration for this painting came from a Hanovarian mare, named Wrose, that I had the privilege of training for close to two years. She is a real character and her owner, Amanda, discovered that Wrosie had a penchant for Peeps. You know..those marshmallow chicks that come out around Easter? It seems they are also available for a lot of other holidays so Amanda and I would load up after the holidays when the ghost Peeps, bunny Peeps, Santa Peeps, etc.. all go on sale. Wrose could hear the subtle rustle of the cellophane that comes on the Peeps packaging and she would just go nuts nickering for her most favorite treat ever. This, my friends, is the face of a Peeps moocher.
|Wrose,surveying the water hazard, with her incredibly|
talented owner, Amanda Miller
Friday, February 28, 2014