Thursday, July 7, 2011

Mustang A Day Challenge Guest Artist: Jennifer Beers

 How Jennifer came to make Mustang Art
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Burned Wood Original
by Jennifer Beers
 About a year or so ago, after joining to sell my Folk Art and wood crafts, I discovered Linda Martin through the Christian Artists Street Team, I had joined there. I checked out her shop and really liked her artwork. When Linda began her Mustang a Day Challenge, I joined her Facebook and started following her Mustang artworks every day, and reading her blog, and also started following

The Sand Wash Basin Wild Mustangs--(, and I was hooked! I have really enjoyed and appreciate all the photographers who post the great photographs and document the Sand Wash Basin Mustangs.

Oil on Canvas Board
by Jennifer Beers
  I had done some drawing and wood burnings of horses, years ago, and decided to try doing a wood burning of a horse. When I finished it I posted it at the SWB wild mustangs facebook, and Nancy Roberts, the administrator there liked it,and asked me if I could wood burn one of their mustangs. She emailed to me a photo she had taken of the band stallion named Picasso. I did the wood burning, posted it, and received a lot of nice compliments, and encouragement from Linda and Nancy and others on facebook!

Head study
Burned Wood
by Jennifer Beers
One person who liked my rendering of Picasso, and sent me a nice message was the photographer John Wagner. I had been following his photos as well, and asked him if I could use some of his photos to wood burn or paint from and he kindly granted me permission. So, I decided to try painting "Falcon", a SWB colt. I painted this in acrylics and I plan to do some more paintings of the mustangs soon, and maybe trying oils or watercolor.  Linda has also become a good friend, as well as an inspiration! Thanks Linda!

  I have been drawing and painting since childhood and started working with wood in the late 70's. I do some folk art and I make birdhouses, game boards, signs,etc.
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  1. Thanks Linda, for including my work as a guest on your Mustang A Day Challenge! I've been so enjoying your work and all the equine artists here, and others I've met through Facebook and am so honored to be seen among such great company! Blessings! Jennifer Beers

  2. Gorgeous!!!! Very nicely done Jennifer!!