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Shamrockstar

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Shamrockstar

Make: Breyer
Scale: Mini Whinnie
Mold: Romping Foal
Color: Blue-green Overo
Gallery: Fantasy Overo
Medium: Liquitex Artist Color Acrylics (Gesso, Mars Black, Light Portrait Pink), FolkArt (720 Cobalt Blue), and Sargent Art Chalk Pastels
Status: Painted March 2013 and For Sale

No bigger than a penny, this little gal sports one heck of an attitude– a prefect match for one of the names dreamed up in my Facebook group! (After a couple hundred horses, I sometimes get stuck on naming these little guys. ;)) Continue reading

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Unnamed Custom Order

Custom Order

Custom Order

Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Thoroughbred Mare (G1)
Color: Metallic Green-Blue-Purple
Gallery: Other
Medium: Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Gesso, Yellow Oxide, Light Portrait Pink, Dioxazine Purple, Mars Black, Burnt Sienna) and FolkArt (668 Metallic Plum, 654 Metallic Amethyst, 670 Metallic Blue Pearl, 655 Metallic Aquamarine)
Status: Painted June 2013 and SOLD (Custom Order)

This little gal was the other half of the custom order with Subterfuge and I consider her an honorary sibling to the Pimped Rides Live donation piece! :) Continue reading

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Subterfuge

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Make: Hartland
Scale: Traditional-ish
Mold: Rearing Mustang
Color: Metallic Green-Blue-Purple-Magenta
Gallery: Other
Medium: Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Gesso, Bright Gold) and FolkArt (668 Metallic Plum, 654 Metallic Amethyst, 670 Metallic Blue Pearl, 655 Metallic Aquamarine)
Status: Painted June 2013 and SOLD (Custom Order)

I very rarely do anything larger than a stablemate and I certainly don’t do them as custom orders– but when the chance popped up to paint a Hartland– how could I say no? :D Continue reading

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Pimped Rides Live

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Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Andalusian (G3)
Color: Dark Purple-Blue-Green Bay Tobiano
Gallery: Fantasy Tobiano
Medium: Liquitex Artist Color Acrylics (Gesso, Ivory Black, Bright Gold), FolkArt (670 Metallic Blue Pearl, 655 Metallic Aquamarine, 654 Metallic Amethyst)
Status: Painted January 2013 and Donated

(I can’t believe I didn’t notice this didn’t post when it was scheduled back in Feb! *sighs* This year is really getting away from me… Anywho.)

This handsome fella is my first official donation horse of 2013! :D Continue reading

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Someday’s Child

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Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Quarter Horse (G2)
Color: Black and Metallic Green Doodle
Gallery: Doodle Pony
Medium: Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Mars Black) and unknown Metallic Green
Status: Painted January 2005ish and For Sale

“Monday’s child is fair of face,
Tuesday’s child is full of grace…”

Someday is one of a pair of doodle horses I started back in 2005 and was unable to finish because I couldn’t match the doodle paint color. Yet another reason to regret throwing out all that paint when I was cleaning house… *sighs* And folks wonder why artists tend to horde things. Continue reading

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Underhill Playboy

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Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Warmblood (G3)
Color: Metallic Green Tobiano
Gallery: Fantasy Tobiano
Medium: Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Ivory Black, Gesso, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Oxide, Light Portrait Pink), FolkArt (655 Metallic Aquamarine)
Status: Painted December 2012 and For Sale

Galloping out of the fairy lands, this handsome steed is looking for someone to raise some mischief with! Continue reading

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Sincity Cowboy

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Make: Breyer
Scale: Mini Whinnies
Mold: Standing Quarter Horse Stallion
Color: Green-teal Flaxen Chesnut
Gallery: Fantasy Solid Color
Medium: Liquitex Acrylics (Gesso, Turquoise Green, Bright Aqua Green, Yellow Oxide, Mars Black) Sargent Art Chalk Pastels (Greens)
Painted/Sold: Painted February 2013 and For Sale

I don’t know what it is about horses picking their own colors– but this little guy pulled the same trick Rhymer did and refused the chrome I had planned. I think he would have made a cute little tovero, but he had much simpler ideas! Continue reading

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Bækhesten

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Bækhesten

Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: G3 Mustang
Color: Blue, Green, Purple Watercolor
Gallery: Fantasy Other
Medium: Gesso, Liquitex Artist Color Acrylics (Gesso, Mars Black, Phthalocyanine Green, Dioxazine Purple, Phthalocyanine Blue)
Status: Painted June 2012 and SOLD!

This little guy was the epitome of a wild tangent– he was supposed to be a black splatterpaint roan, but took a took a sharp turn at the absurd right after I got the basecoat done. Continue reading

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Park Color Craze Live Show Donation

Park Color Craze Live

Park Color Craze Live

Make: Breyer
Scale: Stablemate
Mold: Warmblood (G2)
Color: Mottled Green Vine-Leaf-Moss-y Goodness
Gallery: Other Color
Medium: Liquitex Artist’s Color Acrylics (Gesso, Light Green Permanent, Emerald Green, Turquoise Green, Bright Aqua Green, Raw Sienna, Phthalocyanine Green, Mars Black), Prismacolor Pencils (911 Olive Green, 909 Grass Green, 910 True Green, 912 Apple Green), Sargent Art Chalk Pastels
Status: Painted July 2012 and Donated

This model is a show donation for Park Color Craze Live that will be held on September 30, 2012 at Robert H Treman State Park in Ithaca, NY. Much like the Big Orange Bash and Sweet Onion Live show donations, this request was very open-ended—they just wanted something green! Continue reading

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Alamode

Alamode

Alamode

Make: Breyer
Scale: Mini Whinnie
Mold: Cutting Stock Mare
Color: Green-bay Frame Overo
Gallery: Fantasy Overo
Medium: Gesso, Liquitex Artist Color Acrylics (Gesso, Mars Black, Emerald Green, Green Light Permanent, Yellow Oxide)
Status: Painted May 2012 and For Sale

This little gal was painted in-between work on the show donations and turned out pretty darned nifty! Her working name was Lil’Apple Tart, but I figured Alamode (à la mode) was more accurate once the chrome appeared. Continue reading