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Fear of Stirrups: How I Conquered My Anxiety and Got in the Saddle

I have anxiety.  I was officially diagnosed with it about two years ago and started taking medication, but looking back on my life, I’m pretty sure I’ve always been extremely anxious. As a child, I remember reading a science book and then being terrified that the sun was going to blow up and we were
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Marwari Horse Process Video

Marwari Horse Process Video

Video of me working on the Marwari Horse drawing. In this video I use a lightpadto trace the sketch onto the map page with Copic Multiliner pens. Then the large areas of base color are added with Copic Markers. I use Fantasia Artist Premium Colored Pencils to add additional shading and highlights over the marker.
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The Story Behind The Horses Of The World

I’ve gotten a good bit of attention locally for my Horses Of The World series. This series of art is very special to me and is one that I really enjoy working on. As I write this blog post there are 20 completed horse breeds.  In this series, I use mixed media to attempt to
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My Recommended Art Books

Often I’m asked what books people can look at to learn more about art and honing their skills. I decided to put together a list of books that have been helpful to me in the past and/or I currently own and refer to often. This is my own personal list of what books I find
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My Mission and Philosophy

Writing a blog about my artistic mission and philosophy feels a lot like a college art assignment, but I’ll do my best. It feels a bit like writing an artist’s statement, actually! So what can I say about my mission and philosophy of creating art? I feel like I am, at my deepest heart of
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Horses of the World Originals and Notecards now available at The Foundry

  I was recently accepted into The Foundry in Chambersburg, PA! Four of my original horse drawings are available and so are some of my notecard sets. I am super excited to be a part of this organization that supports local artists and helps educate new artists as well. I’m looking forward to teaching classes
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