Paintings by Cheryl Ward With her painting horses
- Romeo, Juliet, DaVinci and Raleigh
We are no longer creating new paintings for sale, but we would like to refer you to someone who is! Meet Peggy Hogan and her amazing clicker trained horses. Peggy is a phenomenal horse trainer with a huge heart. Her miniature horse, Handsome, is a bona fide bell ringer for the Salvation Army. Her other miniature, McKee, has an exuberant enthusiasm for painting.
Peggy's website is a treasure trove of information and fabulous videos. I know you'll enjoy your time there as I did!
Meanwhile, please enjoy the gallery. If you'd like to teach your own horse to paint, see my tutorial below.
Sold Paintings & Private Collection
Field of Lilies
Make Your Mark With Juliet
The Season of Mist
With Romeo, Juliet & Davinci
Soul Mates With Juliet
Gently Down the Stream
A Thousand Miles
With Juliet - from the Lao Tzu Collection
Quest for Fire With Juliet
Joie de Vivre (Joy of Living)
Passages With Juliet
Learning to Fly With Romeo
Ponies in the Surf With Romeo
Chrysalis With Juliet
Madras With Romeo
Snake Fight With Romeo
Birds of Winter With Romeo
Day at the Lake WithDaVinci
Dove Chocolate With Romeo
Herd of Flowers With Romeo
Dreamtime With DaVinci
Dance of the Blue Horse With Raleigh
Alphabet Soup With Romeo
Cascade With Raleigh
Resurrection With Romeo
Large paintings on canvas
include photos or a DVD
Large canvas paintings are documented with either still
photographs or videotape taken during the process and come with
8x10 print (sample at right) or an edited DVD (sample
and preview below).
Additional segments on the DVD include, Meet
Romeo/Juliet/DaVinci/Raleigh, Painting Preparation and Interview with artist Cheryl Ward.
Average running time, 13 minutes.
Watch a preview of the painting DVD Gently Down the
Your Horse to Paint By Cheryl Ward
* Free download
* Learn how to teach your horse to paint
* 10 pages (PDF)
* Print, share with friends and enjoy!
"Teaching your horse to paint is not so much
about teaching your horse to wield a brush as
much as it is understanding pressure-free,
attraction-based training..." -Cheryl Ward
do you get a horse to sign its name? I started by painting the sole of
Romeo's hoof with water-based paint and had him step on a piece of white
paper. We took that image, shrunk it down in size, and made it into a
rubber stamp. Ditto for Juliet, DaVinci
Each painting is stamped
on the back of the painting with the hoof print of the painter.
� 2004-2009 Cheryl Ward
& Sam Sharnik
Last updated November 21, 2009