13 Jun

Sailing Away, available – and Free Shipping week!


Sailing Away, 11×14″, $300, ready to frame, available. This painting  was a sketch idea for a larger painting, but I think it came out well and holds it’s own as a painting.

Free shipping all week! To take advantage of that, just email me with which painting you are interested in, and I’ll send you an invoice sans shipping.

Here are a couple of the available paintings:

Trio, painting of three horses and a farm
Trio, 11×14″, ready to frame, $400. 


Pipestone National Park, 11×14″, simply framed award winning painting. $400.


Blue Skies, 48×60″, $4800, ready to hang unframed, available.

flower paintings, by Rasche
Dancing Ladies, 5×5″, ready to frame, $175. 

Other news: My abstract art web site is up and running! If you check it out, I’d love your feedback.

05 Feb

Horse painting: horses playing in a pasture. Minnesota and South Dakota landscape paintings.

These horses were having a good time at our friends farm and the day and light were so beautiful. I took a bunch of photos that day and this is the 5th one I’ve painted from. Some days the light is just extra paintable.

I had a hard time naming this painting, and my son came up with this title.

This painting is ready to frame. See a larger image here.

 

26 Dec

Equestrian painting. Horse and man. Minnesota and South Dakota landscape paintings.

Merry Christmas! I’ve been working on this little painting for a while now. I really enjoy painting horses, and there’s a lovely connection between a horse and his person.

My December 20% off and free shipping studio sale is still happening until the end of the month!

In other art news, two paintings have been delivered their new homes! They’re both from the Brookings, SD series.

whatzit-500 Farm-Rainbow-500

12 Mar

Equestrian horse painting. Minnesota and South Dakota landscape paintings.

I’m really obsessed with dramatic skies! This is one of my favorite places in Brookings, SD. It’s the Equestrian Center (not sure of it’s official name). Last summer my son took a child and parent horsemanship class there (which he loved). The horses seem so happy, and the people who work with them as well.

There are 6 horses in this painting; they’re a bit hidden. I’m still working hard on figuring out trees. What do you think?

Detail below. For full image go to http://jessiesfineart.com/blog
equine-haven-detail

 

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