Horse and wildlife art by Mona Majorowicz.

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Be Fearless

This painting is a series of challenges. The color I have already mentioned. There is also the details and intricacies of the tack which proves difficult when using a half inch crayon like oil pastels. In this new medium I am forced to work looser and to let most of the little hair line details be implied.

I am a sectional artist by nature. Meaning I prefer to work in small areas, completing them before moving on to the next. I think it is one of the reasons I am particularly drawn to animals with spots and stripes. It fits my comfort zone. My next step on this painting is to begin the neck. It is quite daunting for me because of the vastness of the area and the fact that it is all basically one color. I’ve been thinking of putting a sign over my drafting table saying “Be Fearless”.


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