10.5 x 14 in./ 27 x 36 cm.
I have been trying to paint or draw for at least an hour every day lately. But with all this incredible weirdness going on in all of our lives, I must admit it gets quite overwhelming. The only times I feel I can escape is when I am outside, either out walking with the dogs, or spending time out in the barn with Bruno. I find a sense of solace, strength and comfort being with my horse.
I thank you for visiting, and wish you wellness, safety, and some peace of mind in these turbulent times.
Fabulous washes, great result!ReplyDelete
It's hard to find peace of mind in these times, but I'm glad you found time to paint, Kathryn!
It's gorgeous - absolutely gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Beautiful painting! The horse's eyes are very well done.ReplyDelete
Sweetie is truly a Sweetie and painted SO beautifully, Kathryn. I can't imagine doing a portrait in watercolor...you definitely are talented, my friend!!!ReplyDelete
Fantastic. So interesting to see how you develop the painting ... and to learn a useful new term: lead mare!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous. One can see from this beautiful work your love for Sweetie. Good to see you are still spending time with Bruno. Pets have a way of bringing a sense of normalcy to our days. Take care. Hugs!ReplyDelete
What a lovely, interesting blog! Thank you from an (ex-)rider and art lover from Germany. (I've just noticed that this entry was posted the day I turned 70. So that's bound to be a good omen!) ;-)ReplyDelete