Wednesday, Jul. 24, 2024

Dressage by Debbie Goldring

Artist Debbie Goldring has been drawing and riding for more than 40 years. She takes pride in capturing the personality and character in every animal she paints. Using pastels, she strives for realism and accuracy in her subjects.

Goldring’s commissioned work may be found worldwide. Some of her most memorable works include commissions for the Ontario Equestrian Federation to do five portraits for the 2008 Canadian Olympic silver medal show jumping team. A portrait of each horse was done for each rider, and a composite portrait was done for the team’s chef d’equipe.

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Artist Debbie Goldring has been drawing and riding for more than 40 years. She takes pride in capturing the personality and character in every animal she paints. Using pastels, she strives for realism and accuracy in her subjects.

Goldring’s commissioned work may be found worldwide. Some of her most memorable works include commissions for the Ontario Equestrian Federation to do five portraits for the 2008 Canadian Olympic silver medal show jumping team. A portrait of each horse was done for each rider, and a composite portrait was done for the team’s chef d’equipe.

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This week’s cover, Dressage, is a 12″ x 16″ pastel.

Goldring resides in Milton, Ontario, where she paints and ride.

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