Lakota…looking for a stall

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Right how he’s still in his blueprint of a stall, but don’t worry good buddy, we’ll have you in the real thing pretty soon. This painting makes me want to just grab and kiss that soft spotted muzzle! He reminds me of my own Charm’s face in the way the blaze slips off to the side and drops over his nostril. Ms Sassypants’ blaze also makes her look like she took a strong left hook from somebody…

I always wonder, as I'm trotting down center line in a dressage test, if the judge is going to mark me down for the optical illusion of a crooked head...

I sometimes wonder, as I’m trotting down center line in a dressage test, if the judge is going to mark me down for the optical illusion of a crooked head… 😉

 

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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7 Responses to Lakota…looking for a stall

  1. both images are stunning, and yes, that left hook blaze is endearing! amazing job on the portrait in progress!

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  2. Clover says:

    His face looks so velvety!! Beautiful paint handling, Alli!

    Like

  3. I love her neck and shoulders!

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