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1995. Acrylic on canvas board. 14" x 17"

Back in the mid 90s I got on this mythology kick (mermaids, fauns, faeries, marshwiggles, etc.). Centaurs were a particular favorite. I did a number of sketches featuring centaurs; some were inspired by specific myths, others by books likeThe Silver Chair. Then there were those like this one that had no specific story, it just started with a doodle. However the first version was pretty awful anatomicaly (the equine part at least), so I photgraphed my sister-in-law's horse for reference and redid the painting...twice (the original was done in my ink & watercolor style).

This is also one of my most stolen images. It keeps popping up on Web sites and blogs that don't belong to me without my permission. Can you say "cease and desist?" The owners of those sites can now.

  • Pleasant Surprises
  • Mask up, Santa
  • Lady In Red
  • Watering the Flowers
  • The Big Lake
  • Water Into Wine
  • “He who is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone”
  • Puddleglum
  • Ellie's Gallimaufry
  • The Seduction of Adam and Eve
  • Sans Souci
  • Rachel's Menagerie
  • Laugher
  • Game packaging art concepts
  • Serenade
  • Centaur
  • Study for “The Bride”
  • Cindy Throws
  • Adam and Eve
  • Love In the 90s
  • Fashion Model
  • A Day At the Beach
  • Bobabilicops
  • Elder Air

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