Cutting it close

“Freedom”, two more of my endless bay horse models!

Another short post, because as the title says, I’m cutting it close! Got one more Aquabord™ to do in the next 6 days. Hope I make it, but I also have a lot of riding to catch up on since I got major sidetracked with an actual day job all this week. Don’t get much else done when I’m doing my occasional news-hound job, but I did find out today that I got nominated for an Emmy. Now just have to sit back and see if the nomination wins! Oh, and I also spent a heck of a lot of time packaging my 50 sets of new note cards with cute little ribbons. Got the job done, but it was truly beyond tedious!

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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6 Responses to Cutting it close

  1. How exiting for you on so many front, Alli! An Emmy nomination – really? So cool! It’s also great to hear about (and see) your progress on the water boards and note card introduction. I look forward to ‘seeing you live’ at one of these events in the near future.

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  2. Wow congrats on your Emmy nomination! That will be fun to add to your resume! These horses you’ve painted are absolutely beautiful and so expressive. I love the sense of movement I feel when I look at this piece. Wonderful work and best of luck to you! 🙂

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    • Alli Farkas says:

      Thanks Polly! Each of these little paintings seems to be getting better. I’m gaining more control over the medium, for one thing. And I’m really glad I got quite a few photos of cavorting horses on that one special warm day last March!

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