More from the Trip West
Young roper…future bull rider.
I just returned from a nearly 2400 mile road trip West. I did 3 shoots of War Ponies for my art project
and visited with some gallery owners.
Great trip, Wonderful people and scenery! I’ll be sharing some of the photos and stories here.
I thought this was an interesting brand on a horse. The “broken heart” brand.
The War Pony Project.
NEW ART AVAILABLE: Posters and Limited Edition Prints of Crow War Pony-2 are now available. The prints are the same superb quality that are in
the Smithsonian and the posters are printed on acid free satin photo paper. Looks beautiful displayed in your home and makes a wonderful gift.
They can be ordered by clicking on the Links/Ordering Site of the menu above.
NEW WORK: I just completed Crow War Pony-2. This striking, fast, black pony was painted by Kennard Real Bird and the shoot took place
October 2011 in a corral on his ranch. It was autumn and the corral was dusty. After doing my usual removal of all of the background elements
I painted in the blurred snow and the new background. This piece looks spectacular big. Thanks for taking a look!
UPDATE: Posters of Crow War Pony-1 are now being sold by
the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
This beautiful posterwith the Smithsonian Institution icon can only be purchased in the store.
I highly recommend that if you get the opportunity – see the exhibit and buy the poster.