There are moments when life unfolds and meant to be moments simply make you pause. As a new Sponsor of the NRCHA, I was fulfilling my role with a presence at the 2020 Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth Texas. Several days into the event, I was happily minding my artwork on display when Bob Moorhouse stopped by for a
They say good things come to those who wait. After having this project come to fruition and a long time in the making, I am now a steadfast believer in this statement. When I reached out to Jay Winborn, Executive Director of the NCHA (National Cutting Horse Association) and shared my goals with him, dialogue began on how to properly align
The world may be on pause and I for one have had to pause to find a silver lining, as opposed to becoming dispirited during this experience. During this pause, I fully realized it is incumbent upon myself to keep creating. Painting keeps me right, and I am better at days end for it. With clarity, I come realized there were only two choices here: To come out the other side a stronger or weaker version
Although I’ve not been immersed in the Thoroughbred breed, my respect is longstanding. All my life I’ve had a peripheral pulse on the ‘big races’ and identified from afar while remaining eternally curious for more knowledge.
Fast forward to the fall of 2018, I had the opportunity to travel with my dear friend Hazel Bennett to the blue grass hills of Kentucky. Now Hazel has been long immersed
We all have childhood heroes and those we look up to. Growing up on the frozen tundra of Manitoba, there was an urgency to my rummage of every Arabian Horse magazine arriving monthly by mail. I clung to the images of the stallions and mares, memorized their lineages, their offspring, and the farms they were raised on. I don’t ever remember not knowing about Sheila Varian. Sheila