Annie was pregnant with triplets and wound up homeless in a Colorado shelter. A local horse boarding barn owner sweetly adopted her and Annie immediately had much human affection and carrots. The birthing came but only one kid survived, likely due to early pregnancy stress. The baby was perfect and loved by all. This painting is named "Annie's Prayer" as she is giving thanks for her newborn son and her new loving home. I wanted an ethereal feeling emanating from her expression. Prints and Note Cards of this painting are available at www.BeckerPaints.com
I create intimate, intense animal portraiture that interprets a petís sense of dignity and their unique personality of joy, desire, or even sorrow, so that each furry individual can be celebrated and cherished, both in the moment, and for life. My imagery celebrates a special presence, an inner spark that connects to ours. I hope my art brings joy to animal lovers, raises funds for animal advocacy, and inspires others to learn about and protect our precious friends.
Portraying these personalities is a passion for me, a deep kind of intimacy.† My sense of time, age and gender seem to disappear when I am at my easel. What emerges from my canvases are vibrant interpretations and translations in oil, designed to touch a person's heart....
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