HORSE RACING

DYNAMICS IMPRESSION

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“The Front Runner” 30″ x 14″ Oil on canvas 2017

I like to re-create that moment we feel when we watch them speeding. In the first place, by placing the objects next to each other.

Likewise, using geometric shapes together as a plane. Then, build layers.

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BRIEF TRAINING

Lastly, grooming care and training require long hours. Subsequently, they understand horses are susceptible animals.

They have good memories, and they can sense human emotions.

 

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“RACING THE G ” 18″ x 36″ Oil on canvas 2017

ENGAGING TIME

Moreover, my first painting, about Horses and Jockeys called “The Front Runner.”  Along, took me an entire month to finish it. For then, I thought it was over. So! until, five years later, I did the final touch-ups.

“In the cross above is an exciting never-ending experience.”

DYNAMICS LEARNING IMPRESSION

TECHNIQUE APPROACH

“Jockey and Horses, colors and tonality are much loose compared to the first paint above. Furthermore, as I developed these subjects, I discover more. Explore and release creativity, for there is so much to learn and add! 

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“AT THE BELMONT RACE ” 7″ x 17″ OIL ON PAPER 

SEARCH AND DISCOVER

Likewise, I live this freedom by holding a fraction of my running adrenaline. The color pigments set the tone in time.

“Close-ups are attractive and directed to details.”

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SUBJECTS INFLUENCE

Indeed, my first impression of studying horses and Jockeys was Edgar Degas. Afterward, he concentrated on sketching and painting the rider and horses while training. I use my photos and sketches as references; As a result, they allow me to get them at their power peak. 

To conclude, something the old masters would have been pleased to use. And I’m content to explore it.

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