Friday, February 16, 2007
Rogue River Studios
My daughter Meghan started collecting Breyer horses when she was about five years old. That hobby has developed and grown over the years. Now she buys "resins"(white plastic sculptures of horses)and preps and primes those models before applying layer upon layer of acrylic paint, pastels and colored pencil to achieve a realistic horse. She has gotten to the stage where she now takes these models to compete at shows. The photo above is of her most beloved model horse who has taken some firsts in tough competition against professionally done resins. Meghan does accept a few commissions to paint models for other people. For more information go to: http://rrstudios.equusrising.net.