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Trust
watercolor on cold press paper
24 x 32 cm


I can't believe the month of March has flown by me... I have worked on this painting slowly throughout the month. It is from a photo kindly provided by artist friend Karen Duncan, painted with permission.

I do not have extensive experience with horses, by the little opportunities I have been given, I have noticed that they are very sensitive animals. It must be a great feeling to have a bond with such an animal, to earn their trust is surely a beautiful thing.


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Thank you for visiting and taking the time to view my work!

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  1. Beautiful wow painting, Celia! The title you've chosen is perfect, the way they both appear to be bowing to each other, timid and trusting.

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    1. I love your new template look.

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    2. Thank you Maywyn! I was going for that so it really makes me happy to hear this.

      I hope I did well, I don't know if I can put it back the way it was. There are still some things I am trying to work out.

      I hope you enjoy your break!

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  2. Your paining is absolutely beautiful! Perfect title, too!

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  3. Celia, you did a lovely job on this. The color is so rich and your lights and darks really make it stand out.

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  4. Wow Celia, what an amazing painting ! Paintings that touch your emotions are the ones I love, and this one does just that , well done !!



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  5. Fabulous painting, Celia, a lovely subject! I love the new template of your blog!

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    1. Thank you Judy, I really appreciate it!!

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    2. Dear Celia this is so gorgeous. You captured the sweetness of the scene perfectly. Just love it. Great job! Hugs

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  6. Wonderful work Celia! I love this painting! Well done!!











































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