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From Buffalo to Charolais, a collection of watercolor and oil paintings of the animals that have shaped this country for thousands of years.
I never know what I am going to paint when I feel creative. I suppose it doesn’t matter as long as I keep painting.
A sample of some of the vector graphics that might be used in an educational setting. Perfect for educational computer games, work sheets for teachers or for sprucing up your eBooks.
They are always ready to rope. How many team ropers do you know? Well if you have never met an enthusiast of this sport you might not understand what it takes to be a successful competitor.
I am reverting back to my roots. Painting has always been something I enjoyed but it’s been a while. It’s time to get back into it.
Never was there a more powerful force than the Buffalo that roamed the grasslands of North American. He supplied nourishment, warmth, lodging to the people who shared his domain.
Unmistakably one of the most beautiful ranches located in the foothills of Southern Alberta, Canada. Nestled under the Rocky Mountains where the landscape will take your breath away.
Elephants have their own special magic. While I have never seen one in the wild it is my hope they remain in their natural habitats for generations to come.
Painted Valley, Saddle Bronc horse of the Year in 2010. A real cowboy’s horse.
“Into The Light” is a tribute to an exceptional equestrian who I had the pleasure of calling friend. Never one to shrink from a challenge and quick to adapt to any situation.
Have you marveled at the horses of Lord of the Rings, meet the Friesian. They have so many striking qualities it’s hard to pick a favorite. They move with the confidence that exudes power and fluidity.
There is something magical in the combined talent of an athletic horse and a rider who is aware of that talent. It’s teamwork that makes it work.