Helen Bailey
Colored Pencil

I work in colored pencil drawing animals with a concentration on horses. I draw from photographs and attempt to bring them to life on a flat 2-dimentional surface, making them come alive on paper or board.

My love of both art and horses throughout my life simply carried over when I retired from corporate life and was able to devote myself completely to producing art. Colored pencil is my medium of choice because I like to have more control over that with which I work. I was on the tour last year working from The Martin Place and enjoyed it very much. The people who come to watch and view are all fascinated to learn everyone’s process, tips and tricks.

LOCATION

The Martin Place
1799 N. Graves Street
Mckinney, Texas 75069

EMAIL: jwbheb@sbcglobal.net
WEB: helenbaileyart.com

Helen Bailey McKinney, Texas Colored Pencil Artist
Friesian Majesty, Colored Pencil, 19" x 24"

Friesian Majesty, Colored Pencil, 19″ x 24″
A Friesian Stallion named Dedrick of Cashmere Friesians, portrayed 3 times for emphasis

Horseplay, Colored Pencil, 13" x 23" Mustang stallion named Champ plays in the Salt River

Horseplay, Colored Pencil, 13″ x 23″
Mustang stallion named Champ plays in the Salt River

Ready to Win, Colored Pencil, 18" x 19" A grandson of Hollywood Dun‑It named Definitely A Dun‑It is ready for competition

Ready to Win, Colored Pencil, 18″ x 19″
A grandson of Hollywood Dun‑It named Definitely A Dun‑It is ready for competition

Kiger Majesty, Colored Pencil, 16" x 20" • A Kiger mustang stallion prepares to challenge another stallion for his band of mares

Kiger Majesty, Colored Pencil, 16″ x 20″
A Kiger mustang stallion prepares to challenge another stallion for his band of mares

The New Arrival is Here, Colored Pencil, 20" x 18" • A Palomino mare has just given birth to a new foal in her stall

The New Arrival is Here, Colored Pencil, 20″ x 18″
A Palomino mare has just given birth to a new foal in her stall

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