A kitschy approach to an examination of oneself. Possibly a grim foreshadowing of sorts; between a living and curious cat and a solid yet empty cattle skull. There they sit and remain still, a stillness one can only capture in flight. At the end of a long day the future is in sight. Oil…
this group of Holstein cows are debating as to whether the grass is actually greener on the other side…
a whimsical Holstein Cow
Brahma by Sharon Repple acrylic 6" x 6" This is the third miniature in my cow series. These small painting have been a break from larger pieces. Painting is so much fun!
Need Milk by Sharon Repple 6" x 6" x 1.5 acrylic I'm having fun painting these little paintings. Working on blending a variety of white and grays. http://sharonrepple.com/
Mom to Be by Sharon Repple 6" x 6" x 1.5" acrylicIsn't she adorable, I think her calf will be here soon. I'm starting a new cow series on 6 x 6 canvas, hope you enjoy them. http://sharonrepple.com/
Ah Mom by Sharon Repple acrylic 12 x 12 Can you tell I had a great time painting this mom and her calf? My niece and daughter have encouraged me to do more animal paintings. Hope you enjoy! Location is South Georgia
Perfect peace, oils 10" x 12". It was one of those perfect Irish Spring Mornings. I was in Liscannor Co Clare and saw this Mammy and her calf relaxing in the sun looking our over the calm Atlantic.
I was standing next to a stone wall on a small road taking photos of the sea when I distracted by this cow behind me who was very interested in what I was up to. She followed my every move with great interest and in the end I found her antics just as interesting as…
24 x 36 Acrylic I was driving through the countryside and came across this tranquil evening landscape and was drawn to the filtered light exploding through the branches. My husband thinks that I should remove the back lighting from the front cow, let me know what you think. Your comments are very welcome.