I have been really struggling to paint the last few months. Moving and then the holidays just really took the wind out of whatever sails were still around. So, when a Margaret Godfrey workshop was advertised at the Brownsville Art Center (now juts 45 minutes away from me,) I knew I had to sign up.
The Breeders Cup is this Friday and Saturday and if you have liked ANY racing pages on social media, you can’t miss it. In addition to great photos and opinion pieces, the articles have been a lot of fun and give a real feeling why this is not just an event, but THE EVENT. Of
I took “Comin’” to my critique group on June 17th. When you go to a critique group, it’s important to keep your ears open and your mouth shut. I don’t think I did a good job at either this time. A few things I just wasn’t going to do, but what I heard was that
Once again, painting night has rolled around. Tomorrow is the final critique group before I have to ship my paintings up to Equine Art. “Shoes and Shadows” has come back from “Galloping Out”. I made one small adjustment and rephotographed it. It will go up, and I’ll use my new image to submit it to
If you have any connection to horses (and probably even if you don’t) you know by know that Amerian Pharoah won the Belmont Stakes today and thus ended the 37 year drought of Triple Crown winners. Let the party start! I have never seen a Triple Crown winner “live.” I was alive when Seattle Slew
Somehow Kentucky Derby weekend has come and gone without a pre-blog on my site. It wasn’t that I wasn’t paying attention; with Facebook it’s been all Derby, all the time. I just haven’t had much to say. This year none of the horses had really “caught my fancy” the way California Chrome did last year.
For painting night I just couldn’t face working on one of my projects in progress, so I started two new paintings… Coming Going