Port Orchard, WA
36.000 x 24.000 inches
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Painting - Arcylic And Watercolor
Horses are funny to watch when they do this. They rub each other in exactly the same places. If one moves to another spot, the other will mirror its action. Sometimes nibbling and sometimes using their upper lip to massage the horse. If you rub a horse in an itchy spot and place your hand under their mouth; the horse will move its upper lip back and forth across your hand as if to massage it. Be careful because sometimes the horse will nip.
I've created this new technique of painting watercolor over an acrylic background. This was one of my first attempts. The purpose was because, being primarily a watercolor artist, needed to do paintings on canvas for a gallery that only took canvas work.
See my Del Sol painting for another version of this style painted on watercolor canvas and my Peace And Justice painting for this same technique applied to traditional canvas.
February 19th, 2013
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