Focus was and now isn't on the drawing board!

One thing I knew: it had to be big, bold and dramatic.
The concept and image had been floating banging around in my mind for a couple of years (constantly drawing even without pencils in hand!)

Daring to crop harshly and spend the better part of a month scribbling a high risk composition was, until a few months ago, way too far out of my comfort zone. With age and maturity there seems to be serious rebirth in my "go get ya!" streak. It's rubbed off on my scribble friends and three weeks ago we got to work.

The result:
"Focus", an image full of power, beauty & silky smooth equine brilliance.
Hope you all like it too ;)

pencil on paper
39x50 cm
Sheona Hamilton-Grant © all rights reserved.


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