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Prices are as follows:

  1. oringinals unframed - $250
  2. 16"x20" stretched canvas print unframed- $120.00
  3. 13"x19" cold press paper print - $65
  4. 11"x8.5" cold press paper print - $12.95
  5. 5"x7" cold press paper print - $7.95

The Steed & Palfrey


Niko, a Thoroughbred - color pencil on greyboard
This is a commissioned piece I did of a Appendix Thoroughbred gelding named Niko, at a ranch in Colorado. He was a rescue, and now his owner Eric uses him mostly for lessons and for some dressage. Prints only.


Two Step Harmony, A Shetland Mare - pencil
No one can draw horses without drawing a portrait of their own horse. This is my first horse, a beautiful little Shetland mare named Two Step Harmony. To me, she is just Harmony. Prints only.


Casey, a Missouri Fox Trotter - color pencil on artboard.
This is a commissioned piece I did of a Missouri Fox Trotter gelding named Casey. He lives with Niko. Prints only.

BareBack Bronc

Bareback Bronc - watercolor
I found a old, old black & white rodeo photo of a bareback bronc, then decided that I wanted the horse to be a palamino. This is actually acrylic in watercolor mode. Original is 11x15 and is available. Contact me privately.

Bay Arabian Stallion

Arabian Stallion - pencil, sepia tone
In the early 1970's there was a champoin Arab stallion named Bay Event. I styled one of my Breyer horses after him and followed up with a portrait of him. The original is just a pencil, but I colored it with sepia tones in Photoshop for this warm, brown stallion. Prints only.

White Arab Mare

Arab Mare - pencil
When I was young, Arabians were my favorite breed, so I drew a lot of them. I thought this Arab Mare was striking, but I can't say I remember the source material for this picture. Prints only.

A Horse

A Horse - pen and ink
This was an art school project, just a simple portrait originally in pen & ink. So simple and attractive, to me it bespeaks "horse". Prints only.


Race Horse Portrait - pencil
This was a style of detail pencil drawing style I was into during a period of time. I was very much into tight details. I have no idea what the source material was for this picture. Prints only.

Red Roan Herd Stallion

Red Roan Herd Stallion - color pencil
These days the wild mustangs are my passion. A beautiful, war scared bay roan stallion with 3 mares. This portrait was a composition of several photographs. Original 16x22 and is available. Contact me privately.

Mare & Foal

Mare and foal - color pencil
This is a recent work - 2011. The source was a black & white ad in The Horse Gazette, a local rag. I put some color into it. Buckskin is one of my favorte coat colors and I figured she would have a gorgeous copper colored colt. I love blackboard and working with shadows, so this picture was an excellent exercise. Color pencil on black paper. Prints only.


Aladin, an Arab stallion - pencil
When I was a kid I had many Breyer model horses, and one of my favorites was a Proud Arabian Stallion dapple grey repaited that I named Aladin. He actually won a few 'model' shows classes. My model for his portrait was the 1972 National Champion Stallion *Elkin. I noticed just recently that the markings of this favorite model from the 1970's is amazingly similar to my Welsh gelding Tobi! Prints only.

Dapple Arab Mare

Dapple Arab Mare - pencil
Another one of my 'live' portraits for one of my Breyer model horses. The live model I used I believe might have been the 1972 National Champion Mare *Elkana, half sister the *Elkin. Prints only.

Racing Horse Home Stretch

Racing Horses Home Stretch
One of my art school projects, a more abstract style. India ink wash. Prints only.


Clydesdale - pencil, colored graphically
Another one of my Breyer model 'portraits'. I had mostly Arabians, but a few other breeds, and one of them was a Clydesdale. I think I called him Sir Douglas McArthur. Prints only.