Future Champion

Charm and her filly, Revelation

Another in my series of spare time ink drawings, this one of a lovely Hanoverian mare and her daughter, Revelation, also known simply as Reva. There will be more to come from this very photogenic pair, as I have about 50 really nice photos of them. Should keep me busy for a while! Will also be keeping an eye on Reva, who at the time of this photo was only about 3 weeks old. She was already showing lots of promise.

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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5 Responses to Future Champion

  1. Hansi says:

    Wow. horses are difficult to draw. And throw in a colt….very nice drawing.


  2. munchow says:

    A lovely ink drawing. It’s so complex and virtuously drawn that it really brings out the personalities of the horses. Spare time ink drawing you say? It’s still beautiful. Thanks for sharing.


    • Alli Farkas says:

      “Spare time” means when I’m at a horse show or horse expo and nobody has stopped at my booth to chat or inquire. If it’s a really slow day, I put myself to work drawing. I made the original reference a while back in another post, but I often forget that not everybody reads every post!


  3. JesKimSea says:

    Hi Ali! After being away form the world of WordPress for quite some time I came across your very much appreciated comment on the latest post I wrote. Whilst in the process of writing a response back to you; to thank you for your kindness, insight and foresight your comment vanished from my page 😦
    So in a nutshell I just wish to thank you for your words of encouragement and support. They really do mean the world to me.


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