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This is an older one. I’d started sketching this at a bad angle, and since I couldn’t get it to look like a proper horse, I worked with the problems and shrunk it down to be a little tiny horse with toes instead of hooves, reminiscent of certain species of proto-horse.


Minnesota Horse Expo 2017 Part #3 - Dressage Horses Plus American Horses

American Horses on parade at the Minnesota Horse Expo 2017 and Lusitano horses doing classical dressage.

Sons of the Wind Performance Team “Classical Horsemanship”: Vitor Silva Classical dressage master, Elias Marinha from Brazil, Alberto Mato Marinho from Brazil, Maggie McDonald from Minnesota… 131 more words

Art And Architecture

April 9th

There were two students today, Willow and Rene.  We began with a couple of games that they really enjoyed last time.  In fact, they came ready to play Camouflage by coming to class in camo clothing.   396 more words

Nature Connection

Revisited Myth #113: A deerskin was worth a dollar, hence the origin of the word "buck."

The display claims that when Michigan was a young territory, deer were common and hunting was such a part of life that deer skins or a whole deer were used as money. 1,965 more words