Wednesday, May 20, 2015

The Race Is On by Kay Wyne

The Race Is On
24" x 36" Oil on Gallery Wrap Canvas
Contemporary Oil Painting
Today I am posting one of my paintings from my equine series.  This colorful painting has a very geometrical and simple background, so that the eye goes straight to the jockey sitting on the race horse.  The brushstrokes are bold and loose.  I wanted to capture the strength and speed of the horse on canvas.  This painting is ready to hang, no frame needed.  Contact ME for purchasing information.  Thanks for looking at this blog......Kay








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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Equine Art, Wild Horse Painting,"The Wild One" by Nancee Jean Busse ,Painter of the American West


I photographed a horse roundup outside of Cortez in May. There was one horse who simply wouldn't behave! She was everywhere she wasn't supposed to be, in spite of every attempt to wrangle her into going along with the herd. She simply ran for the pleasure of running, even if it was in cloud of the cowboy's curses! I liked her! I'll paint her again!

18"x24" Acrylic on Canvas/Available

Prints Are Also Available.

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Sunday, May 10, 2015

"Freedom" Equine Oil Painting by Arizona Artist Mary Opat


 
"Freedom" Equine Oil Painting by
Arizona Artist Mary Opat
 
16" x 20" Oil on Stretched Canvas
 
To view this or for purchase info, please click here to go to my website
Custom work and portrait painting inquiries welcome
 
Life is Art...Paint Your Dreams!

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Friday, April 17, 2015

Art by Oklahoma Abstract Contemporary Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy


© "Acceptance"


Acceptance. (Wipikidia) Acceptance in human psychology is a person's assent to the reality of a situation, recognizing a process or condition (often a negative or uncomfortable situation) without attempting to change it, protest.

So how do I interpret the meaning of acceptance? I view it as a philosophy of being open minded to the differences in humans ways of life. I know there are other ways of seeing things and doing things than my own, and I try to let it be. I see a growing intolerance for many lately especially in this state that stem from hate, fear, dislike, ego, superiority complex- and I'm dismayed. In this case, I do not have acceptance of the suppression of others. And religion has been the foremost driving factor and reason used to increase the pressure. I like to think I have an open mind, a tolerance, a love and giving viewpoint for others who's choices or personal make-up and lifestyles that aren't the same as mine. Live and let live. When it comes to horses, you can browbeat them into submission or teach them what you want with guidance, and love. I find their acceptance of me has much more meaning and significance when I treat them as feeling, sensitive, intelligent beings and with respect. I pray for the world to become more accepting of others so there is more positive energy, and love to go around.
"Acceptance" is an acrylic on 16"x12"x1.5" gallery wrap canvas. It is available for purchase at $300.00. 
Jonelle T. McCoy
McCoy's Gaited Horse Artworks
Your Equine Art Connection! 

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Art by Oklahoma Abstract Contemporary Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy


© "Opera"


April 15th was the last day to turn in taxes. It's a day of many things: relief (they're DONE!!!), angst (how am I going to pay this?), excitement (alright! I'm getting money back!). I finished mine up last month, and paid in for the first time in awhile, but that's just how it is. I chose the acrylic painting "Opera" from my Rhythm and Hooves Series because the emotion expressed can be interpreted several ways. It's meant to imply the booming big voices of the opera singer, but it could be laughter, it could be a scream, it could be a yell. I imagine what you see could be a reflection of your state of mind at the time. I get a smile when I see it, I find it amusing. I hope your tax experience was not bad, and you get some $$$ back to play with, maybe even to invest- in art! 

Jonelle T. McCoy
McCoy's Gaited Horse Artworks
Your Equine Art Connection! 

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Art by Oklahoma Abstract Contemporary Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy


© "Zero to 60"

A long time favorite of many I had a love/hate relationship with. Took me three days after I finished it to warm up to it, and that warmth just grew and grew. I had it professionally framed in bright yellow and red which set it off beautifully. Shown, it won high awards. It was my husbands favorite and he requested I keep it to hang for our personal enjoyment for a quite awhile, then I convinced him to let it be sold since he found a new favorite of my work to hang. This vibrant and colorful acrylic painting can be seen for purchase by visiting the Kasum Contemporary Fine Art gallery here
Sometimes life tosses us a curve ball that at first we think is a bad throw, but it's just an angle to get around, not a straight path. I still have trouble getting past some of those angles, but that makes life interesting, don't you think?  

Jonelle T. McCoy

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Palette Knife Equine Painting "Four to Go" by Colorado Impressionist Judith Babcock



24"x36"x1.5" Gallery Wrapped Canvas/SOLD

Commissions Welcome.

       JudithBabcockFineArt.com
       JudithBabcock.com



  Judith Babcock Fine Art Gallery
  Boarding House studio Galleries
   220 East 7th Ave, Studio #2
   Denver, Co 80203
   By Appointment: lododuo@aol.com
                                  303.669.6353


Saturday, March 21, 2015

Original Equine Portrait Painting Horse Art "Sally" by Nancee Jean Busse Painter of the American West

                                         

 My portrait of Sally, my sister and brother-in-law’s horse. She was a peach.

 Original Equine Portrait Painting

 Acrylic on Canvas, 9×12 SOLD

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Friday, March 20, 2015

Art by Oklahoma Abstract Contemporary Equine Artist Jonelle T. McCoy


© "Blooming Everywhere" SOLD

 I can feel it! The world is ready to burst open and come back to life! 

There has been days of rain, water puddles everywhere, ponds filled to overflowing, green is showing up, flowers are blooming, trees are budding and some have flowered. Growth, and new life bursting and blooming everywhere! Oh how I love Spring! The color comes back, the sun shines longer, the days get warmer- everything about this time of year delights me! I was even surprised by the appearance of a crocus, I haven't seen one of those bloom in years at my farm. 

Do you feel this way too? Is this your favorite time of year? Indeed, each season has it's pros and cons. Along with the warmer weather comes storms, so far the rain has been gentle, but look out, it will get dicey soon here in Oklahoma- but that's a subject for another time. For now I'll just put on my muck boots and who knows, maybe I'll revisit a childhood activity of finding rain runoff and changing the way it flows. Ahhhh..... the simple things, the wonderful things.


Jonelle T. McCoy
McCoy's Gaited Horse Artworks
Your Equine Art Connection! 
mccoysartworks@gmail.com

Friday, March 13, 2015

Original Montana Landscape Painting, Horse Art "Some Lead" by Nancee Jean Busse, Painter of the American West

                              


I was privileged to attend a horse roundup near Kalispell, Montana in June. The horses were beautiful, the landscape was beautiful, the day was beautiful, the whole experience was beautiful! What a fabulous experience! 

 Acrylic on Ampersand, 24×36/Available

 Prints are also available HERE

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 Visit my Art Blog at http://njbussefineart.blogspot.com/

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Colorful Contemporary Horse Painting by Theresa Paden



Colorful Contemporary Horse Painting 
By Theresa Paden

"Canyon Breeze"

24 x 24"
Original oil painting on canvas with 1.5" deep gallery-wrapped edges.
Edges are painted so it can be hung without a frame.
Wired on the back and ready to hang. 

Please email me for purchasing and shipping information. 

Thank you for visiting my blog.
You can see more of my work on my website

Here is a close-up photo of the painting




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Wednesday, March 11, 2015


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Tuesday, March 10, 2015


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Monday, March 9, 2015


Susan Bell's oil painting  “Ignore The Storm”
is a 36X36 painted of Horses at A Bar A Ranch in
Encampment, WYO    -    www.abararanch.com
to purchase contact
Bell Gallery 303 282-7343
gallery@bellstudiogallery.com


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