Watercolour donkey- Oboe donkey whisperer farm

I am so in love with donkey’s at the moment, we have lots of babies on the forest, so I took my camera out and snapped away, so so cute, here is a sneaky peak of the cuteness.

Baby donkey on the new forest, pure cuteness

Baby donkey on the new forest, pure cuteness

But my painting was inspired by the donkey whisperer farm, who do some wonderful work, and have much larger donkey’s than the ones that graze the new forest. Melody asked if I could paint her donkey’s, I was nervous but thought I would try, donkey whisper farm has a great Facebook page and Instagram,as well as their blog. credit is given to Melody Johnson Photography, Donkey Whisperer Farm, Please check out their site, see link below.

https://donkeywhispererfarm2010.wordpress.com

I hope to try and paint more for her in the future, but having problems with a poorly kitty at the moment, so feeling overwhelmed with life in general ( I think stress has caught up with me, as spent the night in A&E with heart palpitations and tight chest) .

Advertisements

About REcreate-RebeccaEvansCreate

My name is Rebecca Evans, living in the New Forest I have been inspired to paint the many animals often seen around me. Having ridden since Childhood, painting equines was a natural path to follow. I use a variety of media, watercolour, oil, charcoal, pastel,inks, plus a few more, infact I will try most things. Choosing the medium to work with can really change the effect of the art, and therefore the character of the animal. Sometimes it is an instant decision, sometimes it is the mood from within me which determines which medium I choose to use. I never know what might inspire me next, but if it’s hairy, I will be sure to try.
This entry was posted in art, donkey, donkey whisperer farm, new forest, watercolour and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Watercolour donkey- Oboe donkey whisperer farm

  1. Reblogged this on Donkey Whisperer Farm Blog and commented:
    Check out OBOE in WATER COLOR!

    Like

  2. Yes this is OBOE the rescue donkey he came with Tuba the rescue donkey. Nice work!!!!

    Like

  3. Oh I am so pleased, I thought it was him with his distinctive ears, the photo quality from your FB page was not great to paint from, and his photo was one of the best to use. So pleased you like it, I am loving donkeys at the moment, actually I didn’t see the herd today when we went out riding, only new forest ponies. What is your lovely giant donkey classed as, by that I mean is there a breed type? Or did it just kind of happen that way, is the giant one melody? I can’t get over her size, how big, and great to see her being ridden. I love mules too, but I think they are much more popular in the USA than here in the UK, we had one born on the forest couple of years ago to a pony mare, the poor thing is bottom of the pecking order, within the herd, it is often removed from the forest during winter months, to a safe field, as are most of the forest donkeys. Although everything is wild, they are all owned, and branded to owners with grazing rights ( comes with properties and passed through generations. Very interesting, if you ever visit the UK, I can recommend the new forest ( biased) ! Xx

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Austin Chong says:

    Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Melody Johnson Photography, videos, and Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC Blog with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

    Like

    • Hi Austin, I thought I had done it correctly the first time, and as melody had asked if I could paint her donkey, I thought the link was enough, however now I know I have corrected my post, hopefully correctly now. Sorry still learning about blogging

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s