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wordless wednesday

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I chose the colors for this one with the intent of using light-permeable colors — that is, ones where light flows through the color to the canvas and then bounces back out. Natural light is what makes original art seem to glow, and this use of the light is something that can’t be reproduced when you buy a print.

Because this horse is dark colored, I chose blue and purple with high translucency, rather than opaqueness. This lets his dark areas seem to glow. He’s very pretty in person.

blackrear18x18

18″x18″ oil on stretched canvas. Available in my etsy shop. SOLD, THANK YOU!

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Aren’t the mix of colors pretty? The violet blue and the orange pair well together.

sorrelrear18x18

18″x18″ oil on stretched canvas. Available here.

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whitehoof10x10

Every little bit of luck helps, right?

10″x10″ oil on stretched canvas. Available in my etsy shop.

 

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pretty song friday

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The reference photo for this one was from a lady on a facebook group who kindly shares her photos. I don’t have a source, otherwise, for Friesians, so am very grateful for the generosity of others, in this case, Elisha Clark-Jordan.

friesiancolt18x24

18″x24″ oil on stretched canvas, available here.

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I have had a productive two weeks, so more paintings to come this week–woot woot!

donkeys12x12

Secondary colors are fun. A touch of green, and I would have used them all.

12″x12″x1-1/2″ oil on stretched canvas. Available in my etsy shop.

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