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 excited to present these two latest pieces that will both be featured at the American Quarter Horse's 6th annual "America's Horse In Art" show this August.
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.
Another entry in the America's Horse In Art show, Early Spring Chase captures a moment in time showing the ranch horse who is a willing, working partner with the cowboy riding him. Both of these artworks are available for purchase here.
If you're in the Amarillo, TX area during August/September, be sure to stop by the AQHA Museum and see the show!
These two pieces have been juried into the Bosque Art Classic in Clifton, which runs from September 12-26.
I'm pleased to offer these and other original pencil drawings and oil paintings. Look for more coming in 2015!
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