my art stories

there is comfort in Eyes

that seek the Essence.

there is connection Within;

a completion of Self.

Wisdom

Wisdom

Royal is a small (14.3h) but powerful queenly force. Born on a Thoroughbred racing farm in 1986, small like her sire, she just was not destined for racing-altho she would question that many times! She came into our lives at 5 yrs old and had not been handled much due...

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Lumbee, the Splatter Dog

Lumbee, the Splatter Dog

Lumbee found his way to our family as a foster dog. He had been trained in a women’s inmate program for basic obedience and he also knew some good tricks. After 2 families returned him to the rescue, the administrator contacted me.  When we arrived to meet Lumbee, he...

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Image

When I was 7, I won a prize at a local art contest. My uncle asked if I wanted to be an artist when I grew up. To which I declared: “I AM an artist!”

Today, my 7 year old self and my current self have teamed up to produce art. Now I can truely declare: I AM an artist!

Artist Statement:

Hay! I’m Harriet, the resident artist here.

I started my artist career in 2019 at age 57, which is perfect timing for me. I was a professional equestrian coach and life coach (Equine Gestalt Practitioner, to be exact!) for decades before embarking on the whole “I wanna be a full time artist” thing.

I started art lessons as a wee child and actually won some contests when younger. Then went to college, vet school, got married, had kids, gained all that wisdom…

I have always seen the world in a different way and felt the world always saw me in a different way (I have soooo much Leo in my astrological chart). Yes, I was that different kid. And now I literally see the world differently and need to wear glasses because I have weird goings on with my eyes.

I believe art should evoke emotion and be therapy for us all. I am a storyteller through my art and my ideas come down to me through my intuition.

I love creating with color and paper and texture. My passion is to show animals in a different way and how they really show up.