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Horse Painting - A Enter by Kristine Plum

A Enter is a painting by Kristine Plum which was uploaded on February 21st, 2012.

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Very very nice! L

Thank you Mary, this little girl had everyone's attention

Nice work Kristine. This so reminds me of my daughter who used to ride in shows when she was young winning a number of awards. Such a fun time. Good Luck with your works of art and many thanks for all your comments on many of mine.

Thank you Debbie

This is one of my new favorites! Beautiful colors! Happy scene!

This work is just lovely!

Kristine Plum replied:

Thank you, Sandra

Well when the hunt comes though Lamplight this fall, I'll have to take some reference photos.

Ok, Kristine. I've looked at all of your equine paintings and I have to say this is my very favorite and makes me thing you'd be great at painting some traditional English tack hunting scenes because your detail and precision is absolutely perfect but with your other horses, you also tend to elongate their tails and overemphasize their expressions which reminds me so much of the English prints, especially the black and whites but you're doing it in color, beautiful watercolor with fantastic shading and a great feel of texture. This one, in particular, is extremely well painted from the exactness of the horse and how his muscles move as he enters to the people in the stands, waiting to watch the event to the rider, set and ready with focus for the exercise. This is my favorite and FAV/Vote!!

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