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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

 

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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!

 

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Last updated 2/7/09.

 

Boris

 

 

Boris

 

Pastel, 1981. 20" x 16". Collection of Mr. Robert Anderson.  Boris was a half German Shepard and half Siberian Husky.  He was born in Alaska and my brother brought him home as a puppy with him after making a trip there to visit a family friend.  Boris was a very intelligent dog with a lot of character, but unfortunately was never obedience trained.  He wouldn't come when called and often times would take off and not be seen all day and into the evening.  One time he even treed a poor cat and wouldn't leave the base of the tree for most of the day.  Bad dog!  His lack of obedience was his undoing as one day in the early evening he went out in the street and was hit by a car.  He was taken to the vet, but there was nothing that could be done as he had broken his back, so he was put to sleep. He was laid to rest on our hillside, the scene of so many of his antics.

 

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