This image is devoted to the state of Texas which has the largest population of horses (Almost 100,000.)
I quietly placed the shape of the state in the upper left side of the image.(See in bottom image)
The woman represents the indigenous Tonkawa tribe from Texas. Each of the horses has an individual essence and each carries the unique characteristics described below.
My soul, as we walk through this time in history, feels like the free spirit of a horse.
For 35 years I have opened my doors and heart to the world and shared this beautiful Gallery and now the doors are closed but my creative soul is flying free.
I am so grateful I can share these new works of art with all of you and hope you find wings to fly free with me.
"Horse, like Dog and Cat, is one of those animals who has made an alliance with humankind. For thousands of years Horse has helped us to carry our burdens, grow our crops, travel our roads, even fight our wars.
One of the most striking things about Horse is a dignity that is impossible to diminish. Even pulling a plow or bearing the meanest burden, Horse maintains a noble bearing. Horse has shouldered his burdens without surrendering his essential nature.
Even after his thousands of years of servitude when let loose to run wild Horse becomes in a very short time the untamed spirit he was destined to be.
Perhaps this is Horse's greatest medicine, the knowledge that no matter what we have borne in the past, there always exists in us the waiting seed of our true selves. Horse shows us how to carry our burdens with ease and with dignity, but more importantly, he shows us that we are always and forever free."