Texas State Historical Assoc. online store is a great place to find Rymer prints! Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. When you purchase a Rymer print through TSHA, you are helping fund this organization (home to the Texas Almanac and countless other literature offerings, as well as historical maps). Right now through Dec. 10, any print purchased will also get you a free package of the new 2013 Christmas cards. Visit http://shop.tshaonline.org/Tamara-Rymer-By-Artist-Fine-Art/b/5761611011 and thank you!
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I am always interested in celebrating the horse in art, and there’s a show just for that purpose. Check out An Equine Jubilee at The Arts Castle in Delaware, Ohio Aug. 26 – Oct. 23. You can certainly visit in person, or go online to see the array of horse related art being offered up. You can also see this piece that will be displayed there called, “A Steady Gaze”. Visit: http://www.artscastle.org/equine_jubilee/
Yep! To start off the New Year, I have decided to give away one of my lithographs, “The Lost Rider”. This is a signed and numbered 15″ x 22 1/2″ print of an award winning watercolor. I appreciate my collectors, blog- readers, and Facebook fans & friends, and I think this will be just plain fun! All you have to do is “Like” my Facebook Fan page – www.facebook.com/tamararymer and you will be entered to win. Deadline is Jan. 31, 2012. I’ll announce the winner on Feb. 1. Here is the prize-
*the name & copyright symbol are not on the actual print.
I have, for some time, been contemplating adding a section to this blog on the goings on around my barn. Well, I have officially decided to do it. The reason I am adding this section is because I think the barn life, the horses, and my sometimes crazy lifestyle is part of what kicks in my creative side. The section will be called “From The Barn” and you will find it as a link on the right to view posts, in case you miss one.
I started my day yesterday with feeding the horses and cleaning out stalls. Normal. Upon taking the manure out to the pile, where we had just bulked it up so it would compost better, I noticed I had a visitor. This beautiful hawk lives in my area, and for some reason, decided that the pile was worth visiting.