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"Lone Horse"

"Lone Horse"


12" x 16"

blue pastel

watercolor paper

available framed or unframed

date comploeted:  2014

catalog # 0097

  • "Lone Horse"

         Lone Horse came from the first vision I had of something to turn into artwork.  It was a landscape of grassy rolling hills and valley, with one horse grazing.  The horse was white and there was a shaft of sunlight shining on him.  I liked the remote, isolated solitude with the horse in the spotlight.

         I used my 18” x 24” composition in monochromatic blue pastels as a sample for my Fundamentals of Art drawing class when we studied color.   I learned from an English artist a long time ago to use ultramarine blue (or any one color) to study value.  Getting the values right in a landscape achieves atmospheric perspective.   I believe my pastel gives a feel of large open spaces and great distance.

         Because large format paintings are hard to frame and find wall space for, I cut "Lone Horse" down to 12" x 16".

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