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August 17, 2015
View this painting at A Cup of Everything in Huntsville, AL.   Wonderful paint full of tenderness amount old pasture buddies.

View this painting at A Cup of Everything in Huntsville, AL. Wonderful paint full of tenderness amount old pasture buddies.

LIVE COLOR

April 4, 2015

Live-Color-Website

Please join me at A Cup of Everything for my LIVE COLOR art show.
April 25, 2015 6-9 PM
The show runs: April 25 – July 1, 2015

“Breaking Free”

March 22, 2015

imageOld painting gets an upgrade.

Really feel like this one is coming to life.

I reduced some of the action of the s (more…)

“Shawnee” is grazing at the Farm

February 27, 2015

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A commissioned work “Shawnee” 30″x30″ is now complete. The owner loves it and I’m thrilled.

So much color and excitement involved.

I am so honored and blessed to have the ability to create a piece that another can find such happiness. I am truly humbled.

“Running On ” Sold to client in Chicago

September 2, 2014
"Running On". 22"x22"

“Running On”. 22″x22″

Artist, Peter Grant marries Charmion

September 1, 2014

On June 14, 2014 artist, Peter Grant married Charmion Lackey.

A truly wonderful, beautiful, magical wedding nestled in the valley just south of the T

ennessee River in Alabama.

My handsome cowboy arrives!

My handsome cowboy arrives!

Mr. And Mrs. Grant! So wonderful!!

Mr. And Mrs. Grant! So wonderful!!

Our children!! We love you so much!!

The ceremony... Married by Charmion's brother.

The ceremony… Married by Charmion’s brother.

Sea Turtle #1, #2, & #3

September 1, 2014

I was asked to do a sea turtle by a client, and so I accepted the challenge.

please visit Petergrantfineart.com for more works!   Thanks!

Sea Turtle #2 18"X 18"

Sea Turtle #2
18″X 18″

Sea Turtle #1 18"X18"

Sea Turtle #1
18″X18″

Sea Turtle #3 12"x12"

Sea Turtle #3
12″x12″

2009. Painting for “Road To the Horse”

March 18, 2014

Thought I’d share an old painting Imagethis painting was for the winner of the 2009 competition.   Great event in honor of the horse.  Glad I could participate.

Working on Three paintings

December 30, 2013

Paintings on Dec 29, 2013Working on Three paintings

A mission in California has been requested. Also a horse painting and a chocolate lab….. Bet she won’t be chocolate….. Well here is what has progressed this weekend.

Merry Christmas 2013

December 24, 2013

Taos pueblo missionMerry Christmas I selected a mission painting I did of the San Geronimo Church at the Taos pueblo in Taos, New Mexico.

I also added an article by Sarah of Toonsarah seen at virtual travel.

San Geronimo Church
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Our tour of Taos Pueblo started here, at the church that sits in the heart of the village. And isn’t it a stunner, with that combination of adobe and white against the blue sky? I could have photographed it for hours! Only the exterior though, as photographing the interior is strictly forbidden.

This church, the third in the pueblo to be dedicated to Saint Jerome (I have also read four in some sources), was built in 1850 to replace the previous church which was destroyed by the U.S. Army in 1847 in the War with Mexico. That church, whose evocative ruins still stand near the entrance to the Pueblo, was first built in 1619, but destroyed in the Spanish Revolt of 1680 and rebuilt on the same site (see my next tip for more on the earlier churches).
St. Jerome is the patron saint of Taos Pueblo and a santo of him can be seen in the church, as well as one of the Virgin. It is the custom to change the clothing of the santos several times a year, according to the seasons and festivals. When we were there Mary was dressed in a gold-coloured cloth, for the autumn and harvest.

The church has the traditional heavy viga ceiling and is very much in use as a place of worship. About 90% of the Pueblo Indians describe themselves as Catholic, although the majority of these practise this religion alongside their traditional beliefs. Our young guide explained that they saw no contradiction in doing so and that the two belief systems were quite complimentary in their eyes.

Merry Christmas. Or as my Grand Son, Nico says, “Happy Christmas”.