Capturing the Western Art Experience in Paintings and Pencil

As the summer Western Art show season gets started, things have been hectic around the Randall household. Lots of deadlines to meet and shows to attend, not to mention all the drawing and painting that's been going on! I'm glad to present this new original pencil drawing, "Looking Back".

Looking Back by Annette Randall
pencil, 16 x 12 inches ©2015

Looking Back was an exploration of dark against light. The palomino horse with his light-colored coat was the perfect subject I needed to juxtapose against a simple dark background. While working on this project I also discovered new drawing materials that I hope have brought my work up a notch. I'm always excited to find new ways to present the horse or cowboy that bring life to the artwork and enjoyment to the viewer.

This drawing will be featured at the American Quarter Horse's 6th annual "America's Horse In Art" show, which opens in August and runs through September. If you're in the Amarillo, TX area stop by the AQHA Museum and see the show!

more original western art

“There is something about drawing a horse that brings me more satisfaction than any other subject.”Annette Randall

Ket's Go Home by Annette Randall
pencil, 16 x 16 inches ©2014

I'm pleased to offer these and other original pencil drawings. Look for more coming in 2015!

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"My friend just absolutely loved the pencil sketch.  I knew she would.  The lighting was dim when I gave it to her and she really thought it was a photograph.  I sent her a link to your website and she was amazed at your talent.  You make that paper come alive! Any way we both just love your work.  It does some weird thing to my heart when I look at it."      Jeremy L, ID

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