The amazing horse, Jesse, has become somewhat of a local talent, and he is rapidly gaining artistic notoriety in Massachusetts. Jesse is a four-legged artist – a horse – that has recently been put on film for an imminent segment on “Chronicle,” Boston’s Channel 5 news magazine show.
This amiable horse painter is presenting his latest artistic endeavors of new paintings in Marshfield, Massachusetts in August.
Jesse has found support and increased publicity for several reasons. He has an amazing talent of putting paint to canvas, turning out attractive, frameable art. He learned this skill as he recuperated from an injury. Since he still enjoys painting, Jesse continues his work at easel and canvas.
Says Derel Lee Twombly, director of Amazing Grace Equine,“Jesse has continued to enjoy painting, and has found it beneficial in many ways. The sales of his paintings helps support our local horse rescue, Amazing Grace Equine.”
Amazing Grace Equine helps to re-home horses who might otherwise face a bleak future.”
This local celebrity horse deserves accolades since his work is admired and fits easily into the modern art collection. He is charismatic, extremely personable and thoroughly welcomes attention.
Artists generally hold a reception at start or finish of an exhibition, and so will horse artist Jesse. Here he meets and greets friends old and new, has his picture taken and enjoys the exclamation of oohs and aahs as people view his paintings. At Jesse’s last public exhibition, 13 of his 17 paintings sold, and that is a fine achievement for any budding artist.
Jesse’s paintings will go on display Wednesday, August 1 at noon. His exhibition will remain open to the public for the entire month of August, at Cravings Café on Route 139 (1853 Ocean Street) in Marshfield, MA. Jesse will make a personal appearance and greet his admirers from 3 to 4 p.m.
Says Twombly, “The last time Jesse made such a public appearance, he was requested to visit again at the end of the exhibition because he was so popular. It would not be unexpected to receive this request again.”
Examples of Jesse’s artwork can be seen in the attached slideshow or online at www.TwomblyPublishing.com in the gift shop where reproductions of his work are printed on shirts, hoodies, water bottles and more.
You can receive further information on Jesse and his art exhibition by contacting Derel Lee Twombly, Amazing Grace Equine at www.AmazingGraceEquine.com.
Heidi Rucki writes for ovalpike.com and www.DressYourHorse.com and her blogs.
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