Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Primative Markings on Wild Mustangs: Pangare Brown Mare Jackies Butte, Oregon #478

Jackie Butte Mare
WH&BProgram Internet Adoption
4 by 6 inches watercolor
by Linda L Martin Artist
Painting SOLD

One of my projects this week has been to put together a poster to promote wild horse adoptions. While I was doing it, I got a wonderful Idea for a collage to remember adoption days. A photo of the horse the day of the adoption, a painting of the horse in watercolor, a graphite drawing of the horse and the tag when it is removed. From Captivity to the beginning of a new life as an amazing companion in its new forever home. This is how adoptions should be, the beginning of an amazing partnership.

Collage made of one 4 by 6 inches
watercolor, One 4 by 6 inches graphite
drawing, the BLM number tag, and
a pick up day photo. The background is the
" Grease Wood" design for scrap booking
and crafts also designed by LindaLMartin.
Contact the Artist at

Today is day two of the Internet adoption of the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Program. Each horse that is privately adopted means one more horse that doesn’t go into long term holding. There is still time to qualify. For more information go to

For information on having your newly adopted Mustang Painted or to have a collage designed of  your new partner contact the artist directly at
Photo images and reference photos for this project provided by the Wild Horse and Burro Internet Adoption January 2014

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