"Pretty Boy"
12" x 16"  Original Pencil Drawing ~    $925 plus s/h
"Pure Honey"
11" x 14" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $825 plus s/h
"Brotherly Love"
16" x 22" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $4400 plus s/h
Previously shown at the America's Horse in Art Museum Show
"Scooter"
8" x 10" on Bristol Board Paper
Original Pencil Drawing ~  $475 plus s/h

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.
Geri Dunn
Defining the West
Why Shades of Graphite?


Looking back on my art career, pencils are all I've known.
I love the simplicity, the tones and shades that make the emphasis
of the drawing so meaningful.

In the drawing of "Scooter" your attention is drawn to the eye of the
horse, the intelligence and free spirit unmasked.


In the drawing "Pure Honey" the emphasis is on the spade bit and
the rigging. It hints at the patience of the horse, while displaying a
bit of history for the Californio horsemanship.

I don't know of any medium that can communicate so effectively for
an artist and portray a sense of peace and honesty in each piece of
artwork. I absolutely love to incorporate the darkest of tones next to
the lightest shades of graphite, incorporating textures and angles, to
create a realism that is hard to identify if it's a photo or a drawing.
Previously shown at the America's Horse in Art Museum Show