Geri Dunn, Western Artist
Geri Dunn, Western Artist
Geri Dunn, Western Artist
Geri Dunn, Western Artist
Geri Dunn, Western Artist
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Scooter
"Bird Watching"
7" x 9" Original $295 + s/h
"The Pounce"
7" x 9"  Original  $295 + s/h
"Pretty Boy"
12" x 16"  Original Pencil Drawing ~    $925 plus s/h

Currently showing at the America's Horse in Art Museum Show
"Pure Honey"
11" x 14" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $825 plus s/h
"Say What?"
15" x 18" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $1275 plus s/h
"Brotherly Love"
16" x 22" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $4400 plus s/h
Currently showing at the America's Horse in Art Museum Show
"Western Skies"
16" x 20" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $1600 plus s/h

Inspired by my husband's love of windmills, I
started this drawing without having an idea in mind
on how I would complete the background.  


This drawing sat unfinished on my drawing board
for several nights, waiting for inspiration.

O
ne late afternoon, while sitting outside on my back
patio, I found myself watching the ever-changing
wispy clouds that formed and changed shapes so
quickly, tha
t my inspiration came to me...
Enjoy!
Release Date:
September, 2014



"Son of a Dun"
11" x 14" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing
$750 plus s/h
"Black-Chinned
Hummer
"
8" x 10" on Bristol
Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing
~  $
475 plus s/h

A true Texas Original,
this hummingbird loves
the red trumpet flowers
pushing their way in
between my fence.

Release Date:
October 2014
"Scooter"
8" x 10" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $475 plus s/h

Release Date: September 2014


Sometimes I see these beautiful horses running with their manes
wildly blowing and it makes me yearn to ride that lovely animal.

Such was the case with this horse. I've no idea what his name
was, but if he was mine, I would've named him Scooter.