Thursday, April 18, 2019

Bold Contemporary Equine Art by Southwest Artist Theresa Paden

Bold Contemporary Equine Art
By Southwest Artist Theresa Paden

"Wild Beauty"

24 x 24"
Painted on a canvas with 1.5" deep edges. 
I painted the edges so framing is optional.

Available through Wilde Meyer Galleries
in Scottsdale and Tucson, Arizona.
Shipping is available from the gallery.


Monday, April 8, 2019

Horse and Donkey Wall Art for Sale by Theresa Paden

Horse and Donkey Wall Art for Sale
By Theresa Paden


16 x 20"
Painted with acrylic paint on a canvas with 1/2" deep edges.

Available through Texas Treasures Fine Art Gallery
605 S. Main Street
Boerne, Texas  78006

See more of my work on my website
My email:

Here's how the painting looks in an interior.
Painting may not be to scale

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Little Night Mare, equine art postage stamp.

Little Night Mare

She's not a big scary nightmare, she's just a little one. She might be more like a dream .... If you dream of horses, you might dream of one like this. She's just fun to see.

This original painting was created using a faux encaustic technique with many layers of collage, mediums, paper and paint. When you look at the painting you see down through the layers. She is also covered with texture. The surface of this painting is amazing to feel!

The original painting is for sale and will be posted in my Etsy shop. I'll post a link to her, once she is there.The painting itself, is 7X10", float mounted into a 14X16 " frame.

She's on a postage stamp at Zazzle to be purchased to add a special quality to notes you might send to your friends. If you'd like something special and unique, she's for you.

I hope you enjoy her.
Donna Ridgway

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Something different, mixed media horse art.


"The Sky is Falling-The Sky is Falling!"

After many years of looking at my reference photo library to create  horse paintings, I decided to turn myself free and paint what comes directly from my heart. No need to look for the perfect photo of the perfect horse in the perfect pose. Just take out brushes and paint, create a back ground and put a horse on it!
I love doing these.  I had no idea how fun it could be to sit down and let your muse take over. The horses each seem to be a "character" of some sort.
I don't plan ahead, I don't think what colors should I use, I don't think how is this horse going to look, until the exact moment I'm placing paint on paper.  Each piece is it's own unique being you won't find anywhere else.
They're composed of many layers of paint and the surface is complex and rich.
I hope you've enjoyed seeing them.
Thank you for stopping by.
Donna Ridgway

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Tail Lights, a Racing Scene by Kimberly Kelly Santini

"Tail Lights," (4) (yes, you read that correctly) 6" x 8" panels, when, placed side by side, depict an entire field of race horses, overall painting size 24" x 8". I have photoshopped black lines in between so that you can see how the design breaks across the panels. This is acrylics on museum quality panels, priced at $1199 (all 4 panels come together). In process images are here and inquiries may come to me

My Saratoga gallery asked for some pieces around 8" x 10" or smaller and I got the seemingly-brilliant-at-the-time idea to create a series of horse butt racing scenes, all individual. So I set my easel up with four, planning to attack the first batch all at once.

And then that seemingly-brilliant-at-the-time idea blossomed into something entirely different.

What if instead I painted an entire field of horses, running away from the viewer, but stretched them artistically across the four panels? I would end up with four different paintings, but when they were assembled, they become one combined image.

So I spent the last 6 days trying to answer that question. I think I got my answer!

But what do you think?

Thanks, as always, for following along with my artwork,
Warmly, Kimberly Santini

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

“Escape Artists” Wild Horses Jump From Easel and into a Print Run! Watercolor By Deborah Flood.


Escape Artists 20 x 16 Watercolor Gouache Medium Web view

Escape Artists is a new Watercolor and Gouache Painting by Deborah Flood.

This Original Painting is 20 x 16 inches and will be available for purchase in July.

Pre-Paid Orders for Archival Posters and Reproduction Prints are now being accepted for this painting.

Affordable Posters!:

  • 20 x 16 inch Poster on Enhanced Matte Paper, 1/2 inch white border: $30.00USD plus shipping. Archival. This is the actual size of the original painting.

The Posters are Archival, and great for a horse and art loving child’s room! Or even for that horse and art loving adult!

For That Serious Collector:

  • 14 x 11 inch Open Edition Fine Art Reproduction on Arches Watercolor Paper, 1/2 inch white border. Archival, Hand Signed: $50.00USD plus shipping. Reduced size from the actual painting.


  • 20 x 16 inch Limited Edition Fine Art Reproduction on Arches Watercolor Paper, 1/2 inch white border. Archival.
    Edition of 50, Hand Signed and Numbered: $100.00USD plus shipping. This is the size of the actual painting. Check with the Artist as to what numbers are available at the time of your inquiry.

Shipping and Handling of $15.00USD on each item.

Estimated Ship time is in July 2015, from the studio of Deborah Flood.

Pre-Paid Orders are being accepted through the first 3 weeks of June, before the Painting goes to Print.

To place your order, or to find out more about this Release, go to the home page of Deborah Flood Fine Art. There are links to the ordering page, on the Home Page of the Website. Paypal Buttons are on the Ordering Page.

Thank you for the support and love of my work!

~Deborah Flood

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Sprout - Original Art by 2015 Kentucky Derby Artist Kimberly Santini

"Sprout," 12" x 16, acrylics on Raymar panel depicting a foal. This painting is available for $959, which includes special delivery to your doorstep (inside the contiguous US) - inquire directly to me. In process photos here.

I Need a Name

Not me (I've got lots of them, some not suitable for print), but this little baby.

Originally I had titled this piece "Siesta," because the foal looked incredibly sleepy in my reference photo. However, somewhere along the way, that changed a bit. So I'm open to suggestions!

Congratulations to JR who suggested "Sprout" as the title - she will receive a cell phone case in appreciation for her mad painting naming skills! 
Thanks, as always, for following along with my artwork!
Warmly, Kimberly Santini