Michelle, Robin & Susan
Barbara, Larry & Christi
with Don & Nancy
On a sunny spring day in Floral City, Romeo, Juliet and DaVinci painted, autographed and performed for visitors.
Tina & Thelma
Artists Tina and Thelma watch Romeo & Juliet at the easel (left), while Romeo shows Tina the finer points of making funny faces (right). Romeo might think Tina's artwork (below left) is his portrait. Thelma's artwork (below right) is titled Nature in the Balance and is colored pencil on black paper.
Ted, Ted Jr, Cheryl & Mae
Ted Jr. prepares a yellow canvas for painting while his mom & dad (Ted and Cheryl) look on. Cheryl #2 (Romeo & Juliet's mom) prepares a blue one (above).
Juliet paints for guests in her indoor studio (above right).
Ted and Ted Jr. pose with Romeo and Cheryl #2. Romeo and Juliet contributed their brush strokes to both paintings.
Pat & Linda
Coincidentally, Pat has a handsome, gray Paso Fino also named Romeo (right). The two Romeos were born months apart and share similar bloodlines. Hopefully Pat's Romeo won't get jealous seeing his mom with another Romeo.
Penny & Patty
Patty, Cheryl, Juliet and Penny (left to right) admire Juliet's latest creation. Sisters Penny and Patty shared some great insights into the Montana countryside and introduced us to a new gaited saddle horse called the Montana Travler (one "e").
Marian read about Romeo in the Gaited Horse Magazine and decided to come see him paint while visiting her family in Florida. Not only did she get to see him paint, she helped him paint! And she got to ride on Juliet with just a bareback pad. How's that for 83 years young.
Janet & Jill
Friends Janet and Jill came to see Romeo and Juliet paint on a cool January day. Janet got so inspired by watching him paint with a brush in his mouth that she had to try it too. Yes, that is Romeo's brush in her mouth, but that's okay with him. He likes to share.
Audrey, Stan, Pam, Keith, Kaitlynn &
Cheryl's family traversed the United States from Washington state to Florida and took home paintings by Romeo and Juliet. Where else can you get paintings created by a pair of painting Pasos?
© 2004-2007 Cheryl Ward
& Sam Sharnik