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Silver

Silver  8" x 8"

Silver 8″ x 8″

One more little horse for the collection.

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Brothers

Brothers 8" x 8"

Brothers 8″ x 8″

This is number 4 in my series of 8″ x 8″ horse paintings. Part way through this painting I realized something was wrong. The the horse on the right had tiny little ears. They looked really silly and I’m not sure why it took me so long to notice. Luckily it was a quick fix and he now looks very perky.

Brothers-detail

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Trotting

Trotting_8x8

Trotting 8″ x 8″

I love the swish of this guy’s tail. This has officially turned into a series. How many 8″ x 8″ horse paintings can I do?

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Looking Toward Home

Looking Toward Home 24" x 18"

Looking Toward Home 24″ x 18″

Why another horse? I’m not sure. All I can say is that my paintings are like a trail of bread crumbs – clues to where I’ve been and what I’ve seen. Trying to record the best parts so I don’t forget.

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Ears and noses

Ears 8" x 8"

Ears 8″ x 8″

Noses 8" x 8"

Noses 8″ x 8″

I think I have been spending too much time in the barn lately.

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Low Tide and other little paintings on Etsy

Low Tide 4" x 6"

Low Tide 4″ x 6″

I did this little 4 x 6 to practice my sky and water. Considering that I live near the ocean, it rarely makes it into my paintings. Something I might have to explore further…

I have this and several other little paintings for sale in my Etsy store. All are original paintings, 8″ x 10″ or smaller.

 

 

Green and Gold

Green and Gold  16"x20"

Green and Gold 16″x20″

Car Wash!

 

Car Wash!  18" x 24"

Car Wash! 18″ x 24″

The best part of this picture is the exclamation point! I love the enthusiasm.

Hanging out at the pond.

Isabelle  16" x 20"

Isabelle 16″ x 20″

Feels like spring here in Vancouver, so we will soon be doing lots of this. Throwing something into the pond means you will soon be surrounded by ducks.

Sun Peaks

Fireweed 8"x 8"

Fireweed 8″x 8″

Sun Peaks Meadow 8" x 8"

Sun Peaks Meadow 8″ x 8″

We found these fields of wildflowers during a summer hike at the Sun Peaks Ski Resort. We had to navigate through a herd of cattle who were enjoying them just as much as we were.