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Orgulhoso - small

 

Orgulhoso

 

The edition is closed...  Final copies of Orgulhoso will be offered either fully prepped and primed and/or painted.  Any remaining copies will be sold via MH$P.

 

Recoloso is officially SOLD OUT!!  Thank you to everyone who supported this piece!  (click here)

 

Recoloso

 

Visit the gallery of painted Recoloso pieces and view some truly lovely horses!  Click here: (Gallery)

 

Take a look at all my customs and sculptures: (Horse Art Sculptures)

 





I'm really loving getting into the sculptural aspect of equine art.  So, while I will still take on commission paintings of your horses, dogs and cats, my focus and goals for now will be the horse in 3D form.  My first resin cast offering has gone superbly well, and must thank everyone for their support of this piece.  It wouldn't have been possible without you!

 

Again, I would like to stress that this site is for your viewing pleasure and I do not take kindly to others stealing my copyrighted images.  Anyone caught stealing my images will not be let off lightly.  A word of warning.

 

Last updated 2/7/09.

 

 

 

Please take a look at the works of this outstanding artist featuring paintings of our equine, canine, and (soon) feline friends. Enjoy!

 

A portrait of your beloved horse or dog is a wonderful way to immortalize that special "person" in your life.  When considering commissioning a portrait, you'll want to see if the artist is really adept at capturing the true personality of the subject or if the paintings tend to be "cookie-cutter" where it's just "a horse" or "a dog" with the subject's markings.  Another thing to watch out for is if everything (eyes, cheeks, nose, etc.) are in alignment and not twisted.  It's very important that everything lines up correctly!  Finally, proportion is another important aspect in a well done portrait.  Nothing should be too big or small, although in the painting of the Thoroughbred Manny's Prospect (pictured above on the right), the horse does look somewhat out of proportion, but that's because at the time this painting was done, he was fresh off the track and an early four-year-old and hadn't yet grown into himself, nor fully matured (most horses physically mature between five and seven years of age, although Arabians and the Spanish breeds tend to take a little longer).

 

This is a very graphics-intensive site.  Please be patient while images download.  Thank you! 

 

 

Any questions, problems or comments, please write to us using the email on the "Contact" page.  Thank you!

 

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