In recent weeks, I have been researching reputable printers of giclee prints. I am pleased to say I have found a wonderful company. In the coming weeks will gradually add images available for print.
All images are printed on archival, conservation grade paper using high-quality inks tested to last a lifetime. Giclee prints are preferable to standard printing practices not only for their high quality materials, but because they offer a wider range of color.
Please go to this link where you will find the images below, available for print on Etsy. Thank you!
Giclee prints of this drawing are now available on Etsy!
I’ve had horses in my life since I was a child and I did this drawing simply because I love horses. The bond and magic I feel when I’m with them is beyond words. My parents graced me with my first horse when I was 12 years old. I named him “Dad’s Promise,” because my dad had promised me a horse. Christmas morning of that year, I woke to unexpectedly find a halter and apple beneath the tree. I was beside myself with excitement. When asked what color he was, my mother told me he was purple! Upon arriving to the stables, I found, not a purple horse, but a white horse with a cream colored mane and socks. He wore a red bow in his forelock. He was a simple old school horse, but I saw him as the answer to a long-held dream. We loved each other with all our hearts and nothing in my life has given me more joy than the bond I shared with Promise.
This colored pencil drawing of Echo was commissioned by my friend Gwen. As a puppy, Echo and his litter mates were dumped from a moving car and Gwen’s son Tyler, rescued him. Echo is truly, Gwen’s baby. The collar was very important to the portrait because Gwen tells me, when she removes it, he gets very agitated and insists on her putting it back!!
Hi everyone. It has been a while since I’ve posted any new work but with the holidays approaching, I’ve been busy again. Above is a portrait of Maggie. She belongs to my friend, Kristin’s mother. Kristin was my veterinarian when I lived in Tennessee. She and all her techs were a godsend. They helped me and my babies through so many tough times. Kristin, thank you so much for the commission! Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic
Brownie is my mischievous little monster and I adore him. He is definitely a mama’s boy!!! I found Brownie when he was a little pup. He was running down a busy Tennessee highway, fast as his little legs could carry him. I pulled my truck over and ran to him. When i bent to pick him up, he cried and cried as if to say how tired he was. Needless to say he won my heart. After searching for a good home for him and finding one, I broke down and told the adopters I could’nt let him go. I have never regretted it for a minute.
You may have seen the earlier posting of Oreo and Molly in the sled. Well, this commission is from the same client. It’s a surprise gift for his wife. This is Molly and Marilyn, the day they adopted her and brought her home. She lived a long happy life and brought them much joy. This gift is in remembrance of Molly. A donation for this portrait was given to the fantastic organization, Rutherford County Humane Society of North Carolina.
Rosemary lives with the wonderful Cathy and Tom Allinder. This is their second commission and I can’t thank them enough! Cathy tirelessly volunteers her time with the North Carolina Voters for Animal Welfare . She and Tom do so much to help animals and people!! Please click on the image to see the details. Thanks for looking!