“Dog Days”

“Dog Days”

8 x 10″ oil/canvas panel
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Geez, its sure been a busy summer. Our works starts around 5:00am, then we get just enough time to throw down a bowl of cereal or a pizza, before we collapse into bed at dark. Last night, with the windows opened wide to let the cool in, I smelled the first scent of fall. This usually means things will slow down on the ranch soon and I’ll get back to cranking out more paintings.
I did this one last week and finally got a minute to photograph it. I like the way the ground has movement, leading into the subject. This is something I’m focusing on more and more in my work. Trying to make what could be a bland surface and using design features to make it more interesting.
  • Linny D. Vine
    Posted at 20:46h, 06 September

    Welcome back to blog world, Deb! You've got rhythm and movement and it carries up from the foreground through to the swishing of the horse's tail.

  • Don Coker
    Posted at 09:36h, 08 September

    This is a beautiful piece, Deb! I once lived in Billings, MT. I sure miss your state.

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