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Why Come to an Art Festival?

As an artist, you spend countless hours in your studio. Hours developing the story behind each drawing. Days working endlessly creating the perfect drawing, ensuring even the tiniest of details – the ear hair on the kit fox – is … Continue reading

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Making a List (And Checking it More Than Twice!)

Making a List! Within the last two weeks, I’ve taken an online seminar to improve my planning and implementation. After all, without planning, you just won’t get to the next plateau! Believe me, I love planning – and I think … Continue reading

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American Bison

 “Call of the Wild” Graphite Drawing by Geri Dunn The American Bison is a symbol of our culture, when the West was once wild and untamed, and these magnificent beasts would spend the warm hours of the day resting, chewing … Continue reading

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Exploring Texas

Today we made the day trip into Clifton, Texas to drop off some artwork for the Bosque Museum show. Exploring the back roads in and out of Clifton it is no wonder that Clifton is becoming a popular tourist destination. Clifton is … Continue reading

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America’ Horse in Art

Wow! As August 16th quickly approaches, and I see the roster of all of the talented artists participating in the American Quarter Horse Museum’s Annual Art Show, I am truly humbled and excited to be a part of something so … Continue reading

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Ruidoso, New Mexico

Being an Artist has a lot of advantages over other jobs. At times, it’s an indoor job. Other times, it’s an outdoor job. Sometimes you put in hours enjoyably in your studio, while other times you log several hours a … Continue reading

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Seasoned Hand

Cowboys – steady, quietly confident and honest. I love these qualities in a Cowboy. When I started this drawing, those qualities came to mind. Whether this Cowboy is silently waiting to move the herd, or counting down the last cow … Continue reading

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