Immerse yourself in the beauty and majesty of the equine world with “Evening”, an original artwork by Wendy Johnson. This stunning piece captures the grace and power of a horse with a masterful composition that is both captivating and awe-inspiring. The intricate details and realistic depiction of the animal create a sense of wonder and admiration, making it a perfect addition to any equestrian enthusiast’s collection. Crafted using only the finest materials, this high-quality artwork is designed to retain its beauty and vibrancy for years to come. Whether you’re a lover of horses, a collector of fine art, or simply appreciate the skillful artistry of a masterful composition, “Evening” is a must-have addition to your collection. Shop now and bring the beauty and wonder of the equine world into your home with this breathtaking original artwork.
Evening measures 16″ x 20″ inches Acrylic by Wendy Johnson
Wendy is a long time resident of Maple Ridge. Her work with dogs and a love of nature and nature’s animals inspired her to begin a journey into the art world.
Starting a bit later in life painting became an outlet for emotions and she leaves a little of herself in each painting.
She is known for capturing the expression, personality, and soul of the animal or pet she is painting. “ The eyes are the window to the soul”
Her paintings have a bit of a different perspective. Most are on black and positioned on the canvas in an interesting way with close ups and cropped images.
She began doing commissions of family pets. Then branched out to all forms of animals and wildlife.
Wendy is continually acquiring new skills and learns something new from each painting she does as a result.
Her new creative endeavor is to paint trees and forests. She certainly wants to capture the beauty of some of our trees here in BC with a favorite being the Aspen tree.
Wendy paints primarily in acrylics but also enjoys pastels, graphite and charcoal.
Although all of images are color compatible for viewing online, most computer monitors vary in their color configurations. The images that you see may not have accurate color representation.