24.000 x 18.000 inches
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Painting - Oil Pastel On Paper
18" x 24" Oil Pastel on Canson Paper. The subject is the Nokota Horse, which is an endangered mustang indiginous to North Dakota. I choose a typlical color and pattern of a Nokota horse , the Blue Roan. These horses are thought to be the decendents of the Sitting Bull's war horses. They are small but sturdy, swift, good jumpers, intelligent and sound. There are only 1000 in the world: 600 live on a ranch in Northwestern North Dakota a place called Linden. There, Leo and Frank Kuntz have dedicated their time and effort to establish and save this great breed of horse. All of their efforts are funded by private donations just google Nokota Horse Controversy for more information and place a donation
February 12th, 2013
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